Engagement tips


Do engagement photos!

Engagement photos are a great opportunity to connect with your intended photographer or to try out a photographer you are thinking about booking for your big day. These photos will come in handy for your wedding website and for save-the-date cards.

Pick an engagement photo session location that means something to you and your betrothed.

Picking a special setting will make the photos that much more special and your personalities will shine when the environment is meaningful to you.

Send out save-the-dates.

Sending save-the-dates will help you to solidify your guest list early and when it’s time to collect those RSVPs, guests will already know if they will be attending or not. Setting your date early has other perks as well, including vendor availability and lower travel/accommodation costs for out-of-town guests.

Browse wedding bands.

Picking your wedding band may seem like just a matter of taste and what looks good, but it’s important to consider your lifestyle as well. A bulkier ring with a raised setting may be a great choice for someone who works in an office, but for someone whose job requires rubber gloves or who loves being outdoors, this may prove to be a hinderance day-to-day. Pick a ring that looks amazing and works in your normal.