There's nothing like a surprise public proposal, and we were lucky enough to witness one last weekend at the Skagit Wedding Show.
Bethany was modeling for Belle Bridal when Zac arrived to sweep her off her feet in front of everyone.
See the proposal in this sweet series of photos captured by Radley Muller Photography.
It’s no secret that when you’re planning your wedding, costs can add up fast, and when Uncle Bob has a “nice camera” or Aunt Sue makes the “best cake ever,” it can be tempting to farm out wedding day tasks to save some dough.
But what happens when the photos don’t turn out or something goes wrong and the cake never makes it?
Those are questions you need to ask yourself before you agree to let your friends, relatives or those who are
trying to get their foot in the business take a role in the most important day of your life.
Photo by Evantide Photography
The Skagit Wedding Show will be held Sunday, February 23 at Swinomish Casino & Lodge's Walton Event Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. We can't wait to see you all there!
This show is the perfect place to connect with highly qualified bridal vendors in a variety of categories.
This is a great chance to check out the latest trends in the wedding industry and enter drawings for great prizes.
Show tickets may be purchased online at www.skagitweddingshow.com and at the door for $10. Vendor space is still available as well. For questions contact Creative Celebrations at 360/428-5972.
Can't make the show this weekend? Visit our Shows page for a list of upcoming bridal shows.
What's a girl to do when she isn't sure she really wants to have a wedding, but then finds the dress of her dreams and knows she has to wear it?
Plan an island elopement with her closest family and friends, of course, and rock that gown in style.
Sadie and Derrick's simple, gorgeous and low-key wedding all came together in a mere six weeks (which we think means Sadie probably has magic powers, because anyone who has planned, or is in the process of planning a wedding knows that that is a lot of work in a very short amount of time).
But some how, some way the dress, food, venue, flowers and shoes still all fell into place at the exactly the right moments, keeping this eager-to-be-married couple on track for the to say "I do" on September 13.
The couple whisked their family and friends away to Roche Harbor for the reception and ceremony, and got married exactly the way you should when you're on the islands – in a casual and laid back sort of way.
Reception first, ceremony second, dinner and dessert and an evening boat ride back to the mainland. It doesn't get any better than that.
Photo by Matt Priestman Photography
Common wisdom says that the wedding day is the bride’s day, but even though the bride (and, OK, the groom, too) should be in the spotlight, it’s important that you remember to be considerate of the people you’ve invited to share your special day. The considerate bride will take some time to think of others and ensure that her family and friends are well cared for throughout the wedding day.
Here are some tips for making your wedding easy and enjoyable for your guests:
Accommodating the elderly
Give your elderly guests easy access to the ceremony and reception. If you can, designate extra parking spaces close to the venue entrance for those who have difficulty walking.
For the ceremony, make sure the sound system is working and is loud enough for those who are hard of hearing.
Assign someone to help them to and from their seats.
Are you planning to have loud music at your reception? If so, try to set aside space in a separate room or in a far corner where your older guests (or anyone who prefers quiet conversations to dancing all night) can have a chat. This would also be a great area to set up some games for the introverts in the crowd.