Any wedding DIYer has probably had to incur extra stress thinking all those wedding-specific decorations may not be useable again in any situation. Those buntings, the string lights, the table cloths and centerpieces — some may look good in your home, while others might look out of place. And chances are you’re not going to use those cake toppers, flower girl baskets or untouched wedding favors ever again.
Wedding season is upon us and whether your own wedding or a friend’s is being held outdoors, you’re going to want to be prepared for the heat. Some weddings get lucky — unseasonably mild weather or early morning rain showers before the ceremony can cool the event down considerably — but if your location is in the middle of a dry spell and you’re hitting temperatures of 80 or 90 degrees, you’re going to want to have a few ideas on how to keep cool.
Planning a bridal shower has many facets; there is the guest list and event style to consider all before choosing a venue. Many people host bridal showers at home, but for those looking to take the show on the road, there are venue options for everyone.
Booking a block of hotel rooms for out-of-town guests is an important part of the wedding planning process. This makes life easier for guests unfamiliar with the area. Jetaport makes life easier for the happy couple. The free service works directly with local hotels to secure a room block at a great price. It’s as simple as that.