I planned to write some tips on how to submit your wedding write up to your newspaper, but then I wondered. How many brides do that anymore?
There's no doubt that the newspaper industry is suffering. People have shifted to online news and get inundated by television news outlets. Then there's twitter and facebook and myspace and blogs, oh my! Who needs to put an announcement in the newspaper anymore?
So, before I tell you HOW to do that, please tell me...Did you or do you plan to submit your wedding to your newspaper? Please take the poll and leave a comment with your view on this.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
|Meet Ashley, a recent bride and author of Bride on a Budget. |
Photo Credit: Micha Everett Photography
No doubt we are slap dab in the middle of wedding season 2010! Our extended family is blessed to be celebrating a wedding in three weeks, so everyone has begun to ask, "What are you wearing?" Yes, it's true, the focus will be on what the bride is wearing. Yet guests care about how they look, too. There will be photographers and cameras, you know! So here are a few things to keep in mind.
White is out, unless you're the bride. That goes for the guys, too.
|Great choice by this couple!|
Don't wear overtly sexy attire. If you wonder if it's appropriate, the answer is no.
You don't need to coordinate with the bride's colors. You couldn't possibly be expected to know all those details.
Guys should wear suits, possibly a sports coat, for informal day weddings. The best choice for later in the day is a dark suit.
Anything more formal, such as a tux, will be stated on the invitation.
|A perfect dress for a wedding.|
Let's see if we can help each other out with what to wear. The Green Hanger Shop usually charges a small fee for its listings. However, we have created a new category that offers free 30 day listings for dresses that guests have worn and are ready to sell.
|The best thing to wear? A SMILE!|
Be our guest!
Posted by Judy@grammyreads.com at 11:09 AM
Thursday, July 8, 2010
You got the wedding invitation, so now it's time to get the gift. (Yes, if you were invited, I want you to give them a gift whether you are going or not.) What do you get and how much do you spend? I can make this easy for you. Well, actually, the couple has already made this easy for you. USE THEIR REGISTRY! They took the time to create one in order to help their guests choose items that they could use to start their new life together. Hopefully, they included all price points, so you can find something in your budget. And don't feel pressured to spend a certain amount. You should only spend what you can afford. Have your own ideas about what you want to give? Don't go there. I am telling you the simple truth. Stick to the registry and you will never go wrong.
Posted by Judy@grammyreads.com at 1:17 PM