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One of the first things you need to do when planning your wedding is to pick out a Ceremony Location.  Typically, you would do this roughly 12 – 18 months prior to your wedding date. This location not only represents the place where you and your partner tie the knot, but it sets the tone for the rest of your wedding day. Finding the perfect ceremony location, however, is not always easy. Not only are there many venue options to choose from, but there are many factors to consider as well. Below are some tips to help make choosing your Wedding Ceremony Location a little easier.

A great way to say thank you to all your guests for attending your wedding and celebrating your special day is to provide them each with a Wedding Favour. Wedding Favours are small gifts that each guest gets to take home with them at the end of the night. Typically, these little gifts are placed around the dinner table(s) beside everyone's name tag, however, they can also be placed on a special table for guest to pick up on their way out. These favours can range in price, depending on your wedding budget, but usually do not cost too much. Wedding Favours come in many different forms and can be customized based on your wedding style, colour and season.

Below are some inspirational ideas for wedding favours for your guests!

Succulent Plants: Succulents are small plants that are really popular at the moment. They are great keepsakes that can look good in anyone's home. 

You and your partner are officially engaged and have started the wedding planning process. You have decided on your wedding date, created your budget and picked out your ceremony/reception locations. Now for what may be the hardest part of planning a wedding … creating your guest list. Unfortunately, the ability to invite everyone you know is rare which means that most people must cut off their guest list at some point. Although creating a guest list may not be the most exciting part of planning your wedding, considering these helpful tips below will make the process a little easier!

Creating a Maximum Number: The very first step to creating your guest list should be to decide on the maximum number of guest you can invite...

Your wedding party is your support group. They are the ones you can turn to, helping you plan for one of the most important days of your life.  They can help come up with ideas and suggestions for your wedding, help to carry out wedding planning tasks, or simple just be by your side as you plan for your special day. Your wedding party also helps to make sure that you wedding day goes smoothly and are there to take care of any issues that may arise, leaving you and your partner worry free. The question is, how exactly do you choose who is going to be in your wedding party?

Continue reading for helpful tips to consider when choosing your wedding party...

One question that many Brides struggle with is how do you find your perfect wedding dress. There are so many amazing dress designers out there and so many stunning dresses to choose from. The problem is, that the style of wedding dress you might think you like the most, is not always the style of wedding dress that will look the best on your particular body type. The easiest way to find the best dress for your body type is to look for dresses with a silhouette that will highlight your favourite assets and conceal your not so desirable ones. In order achieve this, your must first determine what body type you are. Keep in mind, however, that most people do fit into one particular category...

Once you have chosen your Wedding Dress, its time to choose the type of Bridal Hair Piece you would like to use to help "accessorize" you dress. Bridal Hair Pieces tend to come in three main categories - Wedding Veils, Hair Accessories & Flower Crowns:

Wedding Veil: Wedding veils were originally made to be able to cover one’s face while walking down the aisle. They are used throughout the world; and have many symbolic interpretations. Today, however, wedding veils tend to be used more as an iconic part of the bridal ensemble. The length of the veil is up to the Bride and tends to depend on and reflect the style of the wedding dress...

Each year, leading colour forecaster, Pantone Colour Institute, predicts the trending colour of the year. This year they announced this colour to be Ultra Violet - 18-3838. Many people within the wedding industry, especially DecoratorsWedding Planners, and Florists look forward to this announcement, as this tends to be the trending colour choice in weddings for that year. 

Although I loved last year's Pantone colour "greenery", I am really excited for this year's colour. This bold, Ultra Violet purple is going to bring a vibrant contrast to the soft pastels we seen in 2017. I am especially excited as purple is my favourite colour and I cannot wait to see how people choose to incorporate this amazing colour into their weddings... 

While getting into Team Canada Olympic spirit, I have come up with some inspirational red and white wedding ideas. Red and white can be incorporated into a wedding in many different ways... from the wedding bouquets and decor, the wedding party attire and accessories, and even the dessert and appetizers. It is a great way to show off a little Canadian spirit and a nice pop of colour for a winter wedding!

Below are some inspirational ideas on how you can incorporate red and white into your wedding...

You are now engaged and are about to start planning your perfect wedding. The first step, and a question your will be asked many times during your wedding planning process, is the wedding date. Choosing your wedding day may seem like an easy task at first. All you need to do is pick a date and everything will fall in place from there right? Unfortunately, picking a date for your wedding is not quite that simple. There are many factors that both you and your partner should consider when making this important decision. Not only is this the day both of you tie the knot, but it is the day you will celebrate your wedding anniversary for many years to come. Below are some key tips you may want to consider when choosing your perfect wedding date...

Recently Engaged? Planning a Wedding? Not sure when to start to the planning process or where to even begin? Planning your wedding does not have to be stressful. NiagaraWeddingHelper.com is a free online wedding directory and a great resource when planning your wedding in the Niagara and surrounding area. It offers you links to the areas finest Wedding Professionals and Venues, along with many helpful wedding planning tools!

One extremely helpful wedding planning tool that Niagara Wedding Helper offers is a Wedding Planning Timeline and Checklist. These helpful tools give suggestions on when to start your wedding planning process, what you need to do, and when to start booking what... 

Recently Engaged? Planning your wedding? Not sure where to begin your wedding planning process or what style of wedding you are even interested in? A great place to start is to visit a local wedding show. Many of these shows occur during the spring and fall and are a great way to speak to a variety of vendors for many different areas of a wedding, all in one location. If you are a bride/groom that is not sure what kind of wedding you want, wedding shows can help give you an idea of what types of options exist within the many different areas of a wedding, and help you get an idea of what styles you really like. If you are a bride/groom that knows what style of wedding you want, wedding shows can help you gather information, compare prices and services, and speak directly to the types of wedding vendors that you are interested in, all in one day...

Looking back into the past, Niagara Falls has long been recognized at the Honeymoon Capital of the world. Many newlywed couples would flock to Niagara to celebrate their Honeymoon and to look upon the falls as a romantic setting. Well that tag is now being changed to reflect the true reality of Niagara becoming a world class wedding destination.

With all the beauty and spender that the entire Niagara Region has to offer, there is no reason that you should need to plan your wedding else where...

When it comes to planning your wedding, no detail should go over looked. You have taken the time to be sure that your days schedule has been well planned right from the time you wake up in the morning to the time you departure from your reception at the end of the evening. You have made sure that your dress is exactly what you have dreamed of, your hair and makeup are perfect and made sure to accessorize with items that set up the perfect look. All the flowers, food, photographers, reception hall and music have been planned to a tee. Now, the only thing that needs to happen is for everything to go exactly as planned...

The most important thing for a Bride & Groom to do before they even consider booking a photographer is to determine their own style.

A good way to do this is to spend time looking at different photographers´ websites and wedding magazines. This way, you can put together a collection of the images you like, and then separate them into your favourites. Two classifications will help you determine which style you lean more towards:

  1. Traditional Photography - those images that look like they are set-up, posed or arraigned
  2. Photojournalism - those images that look like they are captured during the natural course of the event (uninterrupted and unobtrusive)

We all know that one of the main roles that the wedding Party has other than standing up for you is the Stag & Doe Party Planning. However what if you're wedding Party has no experience in this field and you do not want to be left planning your own party. Seem kind of tacky right? Well here is another option. Tell your Wedding party to click to this page and find out what all has to be done.

Here are a few tips and games for a Stag and Does that are sure to make the big night a success...

It´s always nice to receive a thank you note of any kind, but it´s especially nice to receive a beautiful note, sincerely written, in response to the giving of a wedding gift. That´s why, if you´re a bride or a groom, there´s no better time to become a creative and thoughtful thank you note writer. Pulling it off is really just a matter of combining common sense with some old-fashioned etiquette. Here are some tips sure to help with this traditional gesture...

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One of the first things you need to do when planning your wedding is to pick out a Ceremony Location.  Typically, you would do this roughly 12 – 18 months prior to your wedding date. This location not only represents the place where you and your partner tie the knot, but it sets the tone for the rest of your wedding day. Finding the perfect ceremony location, however, is not always easy. Not only are there many venue options to choose from, but there are many factors to consider as well. Below are some tips to help make choosing your Wedding Ceremony Location a little easier.

A great way to say thank you to all your guests for attending your wedding and celebrating your special day is to provide them each with a Wedding Favour. Wedding Favours are small gifts that each guest gets to take home with them at the end of the night. Typically, these little gifts are placed around the dinner table(s) beside everyone's name tag, however, they can also be placed on a special table for guest to pick up on their way out. These favours can range in price, depending on your wedding budget, but usually do not cost too much. Wedding Favours come in many different forms and can be customized based on your wedding style, colour and season.

Below are some inspirational ideas for wedding favours for your guests!

You and your partner are officially engaged and have started the wedding planning process. You have decided on your wedding date, created your budget and picked out your ceremony/reception locations. Now for what may be the hardest part of planning a wedding … creating your guest list. Unfortunately, the ability to invite everyone you know is rare which means that most people must cut off their guest list at some point. Although creating a guest list may not be the most exciting part of planning your wedding, considering these helpful tips below will make the process a little easier!

Creating a Maximum Number: The very first step to creating your guest list should be to decide on the maximum number of guest you can invite...

Your wedding party is your support group. They are the ones you can turn to, helping you plan for one of the most important days of your life.  They can help come up with ideas and suggestions for your wedding, help to carry out wedding planning tasks, or simple just be by your side as you plan for your special day. Your wedding party also helps to make sure that you wedding day goes smoothly and are there to take care of any issues that may arise, leaving you and your partner worry free. The question is, how exactly do you choose who is going to be in your wedding party?

Continue reading for helpful tips to consider when choosing your wedding party...

Each year, leading colour forecaster, Pantone Colour Institute, predicts the trending colour of the year. This year they announced this colour to be Ultra Violet - 18-3838. Many people within the wedding industry, especially DecoratorsWedding Planners, and Florists look forward to this announcement, as this tends to be the trending colour choice in weddings for that year. 

Although I loved last year's Pantone colour "greenery", I am really excited for this year's colour. This bold, Ultra Violet purple is going to bring a vibrant contrast to the soft pastels we seen in 2017. I am especially excited as purple is my favourite colour and I cannot wait to see how people choose to incorporate this amazing colour into their weddings... 

Once you have chosen your Wedding Dress, its time to choose the type of Bridal Hair Piece you would like to use to help "accessorize" you dress. Bridal Hair Pieces tend to come in three main categories - Wedding Veils, Hair Accessories & Flower Crowns:

Wedding Veil: Wedding veils were originally made to be able to cover one’s face while walking down the aisle. They are used throughout the world; and have many symbolic interpretations. Today, however, wedding veils tend to be used more as an iconic part of the bridal ensemble. The length of the veil is up to the Bride and tends to depend on and reflect the style of the wedding dress...

Each year, leading colour forecaster, Pantone Colour Institute, predicts the trending colour of the year. This year they announced this colour to be Ultra Violet - 18-3838. Many people within the wedding industry, especially DecoratorsWedding Planners, and Florists look forward to this announcement, as this tends to be the trending colour choice in weddings for that year. 

Although I loved last year's Pantone colour "greenery", I am really excited for this year's colour. This bold, Ultra Violet purple is going to bring a vibrant contrast to the soft pastels we seen in 2017. I am especially excited as purple is my favourite colour and I cannot wait to see how people choose to incorporate this amazing colour into their weddings... 

While getting into Team Canada Olympic spirit, I have come up with some inspirational red and white wedding ideas. Red and white can be incorporated into a wedding in many different ways... from the wedding bouquets and decor, the wedding party attire and accessories, and even the dessert and appetizers. It is a great way to show off a little Canadian spirit and a nice pop of colour for a winter wedding!

Below are some inspirational ideas on how you can incorporate red and white into your wedding...

You are now engaged and are about to start planning your perfect wedding. The first step, and a question your will be asked many times during your wedding planning process, is the wedding date. Choosing your wedding day may seem like an easy task at first. All you need to do is pick a date and everything will fall in place from there right? Unfortunately, picking a date for your wedding is not quite that simple. There are many factors that both you and your partner should consider when making this important decision. Not only is this the day both of you tie the knot, but it is the day you will celebrate your wedding anniversary for many years to come. Below are some key tips you may want to consider when choosing your perfect wedding date.

Is there a date that has special meaning to you and/or your partner? Maybe it’s the day you first met? Or started dating? Or the date of your wedding proposal? Or maybe it is a day with a different special meaning all together...

Recently Engaged? Planning a Wedding? Not sure when to start to the planning process or where to even begin? Planning your wedding does not have to be stressful. NiagaraWeddingHelper.com is a free online wedding directory and a great resource when planning your wedding in the Niagara and surrounding area. It offers you links to the areas finest Wedding Professionals and Venues, along with many helpful wedding planning tools!

One extremely helpful wedding planning tool that Niagara Wedding Helper offers is a Wedding Planning Timeline and Checklist. These helpful tools give suggestions on when to start your wedding planning process, what you need to do, and when to start booking what... 

Recently Engaged? Planning your wedding? Not sure where to begin your wedding planning process or what style of wedding you are even interested in? A great place to start is to visit a local wedding show. Many of these shows occur during the spring and fall and are a great way to speak to a variety of vendors for many different areas of a wedding, all in one location. If you are a bride/groom that is not sure what kind of wedding you want, wedding shows can help give you an idea of what types of options exist within the many different areas of a wedding, and help you get an idea of what styles you really like. If you are a bride/groom that knows what style of wedding you want, wedding shows can help you gather information, compare prices and services, and speak directly to the types of wedding vendors that you are interested in, all in one day...

Looking back into the past, Niagara Falls has long been recognized at the Honeymoon Capital of the world. Many newlywed couples would flock to Niagara to celebrate their Honeymoon and to look upon the falls as a romantic setting. Well that tag is now being changed to reflect the true reality of Niagara becoming a world class wedding destination.

With all the beauty and spender that the entire Niagara Region has to offer, there is no reason that you should need to plan your wedding else where...

When it comes to planning your wedding, no detail should go over looked. You have taken the time to be sure that your days schedule has been well planned right from the time you wake up in the morning to the time you departure from your reception at the end of the evening. You have made sure that your dress is exactly what you have dreamed of, your hair and makeup are perfect and made sure to accessorize with items that set up the perfect look. All the flowers, food, photographers, reception hall and music have been planned to a tee. Now, the only thing that needs to happen is for everything to go exactly as planned.

The most important thing for a Bride & Groom to do before they even consider booking a photographer is to determine their own style.

A good way to do this is to spend time looking at different photographers´ websites and wedding magazines. This way, you can put together a collection of the images you like, and then separate them into your favourites. Two classifications will help you determine which style you lean more towards:

  1. Traditional Photography - those images that look like they are set-up, posed or arraigned
  2. Photojournalism - those images that look like they are captured during the natural course of the event (uninterrupted and unobtrusive)

We all know that one of the main roles that the wedding Party has other than standing up for you is the Stag & Doe Party Planning. However what if you're wedding Party has no experience in this field and you do not want to be left planning your own party. Seem kind of tacky right? Well here is another option. Tell your Wedding party to click to this page and find out what all has to be done.

Here are a few tips and games for a Stag and Does that are sure to make the big night a success...

It´s always nice to receive a thank you note of any kind, but it´s especially nice to receive a beautiful note, sincerely written, in response to the giving of a wedding gift. That´s why, if you´re a bride or a groom, there´s no better time to become a creative and thoughtful thank you note writer. Pulling it off is really just a matter of combining common sense with some old-fashioned etiquette. Here are some tips sure to help with this traditional gesture...

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