Whether you are using an event planner or not, one of the most challenging things about planning your wedding day is creating a time line. There are many variables that can effect the timing; weather, traffic, and appointments that run longer than expected. There are many things to schedule; hair, make-up, getting dressed, transportation, ceremony, reception, flower delivery, photographs and more. Since couples plan only one wedding - there is no way to learn from past experience! Here are 3 tips for planning a more carefree wedding day.
Sarah and Travis' wedding was a reunion for us; Besides having the pleasure of photographing their engagement session on the South Side, Sarah was maid of honor for Meghan and Geo's wedding last fall. Meghan returned the favor as Sarah's
HEY Class of 201X! It's not to late to order! Don't Forget that we offer totally cool Graduation Announcements and Invitations plus awesome matching Thank You cards and Address Labels through www.avenueanne.com!
We can rave about how beautiful Michele & Dan's wedding was at the Omni William Penn on Memorial Day weekend. You can see for yourself how gorgeous Michele was in Maggie Sotero, and that her Mom, Nancy and Dan's Mom
Jaspreet and Satwinder (Riti and Jon) were married at the Sikh temple in Monroeville with a reception following at the Sheraton Station Square. Starting several days before wedding day with Sangeet, loosely translated in English as "sung together" or "singing with