Hiring a Wedding Planner? Here's What You Need to Know

Hiring a Wedding Planner? Here's What You Need to Know

Couples don’t hire a wedding planner because planners have some kind of superhuman ability to make a timeline. People hire a wedding planner because they prefer to spend their money rather than their time. Make the most of both by feeling confident in your vendor selection with these simple guidelines.

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Wedding Loans Are More Popular Than Ever, and That's Not a Good Thing

Wedding Loans Are More Popular Than Ever, and That's Not a Good Thing

“These loans are a way to thread the needle,” David Green told The Post. Green, who is the chief product officer at San Francisco-based online lender Earnest, explained that “people are carrying more debt [and] they want to get married but don’t have the funds to do so.”

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Why You Need a Clean Up Plan for Your Wedding Day

Why You Need a Clean Up Plan for Your Wedding Day

Without fail, my clients always forget one very important detail as they plan their weddings: Who’s taking all of their sh*t at the end of the night? You’d think this would be an easy question to answer but, in my experience, it’s often one of the hardest.

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The Invisible Labor Women Endure While Wedding Planning

The Invisible Labor Women Endure While Wedding Planning

What are all the unacknowledged ways that a bride labors over her own wedding? A big part of it is emotional labor. More often than not, the bride is the wedding’s emotional referee. She fields dozens of requests, needs, and opinions (so many opinions!) from family, friends, and other guests. The stakes are high, too. If she messes up and shows any sign of frustration or anxiety or stress, there’s a nasty word to put her back in her place (it rhymes with “Godzilla”).

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Stop Asking Engaged People About Their Weddings

Stop Asking Engaged People About Their Weddings

What a horrible situation this puts engaged couples in, especially women. What should be a joyous occasion becomes so much work that you can't even enjoy it. It becomes yet another thing you have to do.

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