Monthly Archives: January 2013
As soon as the question’s been popped (and sometimes even before), many brides and grooms jump into wedding planning like it’s a full-time job. But if you’d rather leave the logistics to someone else who’s got experience—and who can offer extra inspiration—you’re in luck: Metro Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin have plenty of event planners.
The host or hostess in a restaurant is arguably the most important person in the entire wait staff. The flow of the restaurant is dependent on how well the hostesses can perform and execute their jobs. In other words, having a job as a host at a restaurant involves more than being friendly and outgoing. […]
With a slew of newly engaged couples hitting the wedding-planning scene, winter is undoubtedly bridal show season. Is your first one marked on the calendar? Below are the best ways to make the most of your experience. 1) Make a mental checklist. Before you get to the event, take stock of what you want to accomplish. […]
About two weeks after her wedding, every bride suffers from a unique breed of buyer’s remorse. No matter how long the wedding has been in the works, it’s a good bet that it has been a whirlwind experience full of stress, indecision and other people’s unsolicited advice. Now that all the gifts have been unwrapped, […]
This morning, by many accounts, the line to get into the Wonderful World of Weddings has never been longer. And when our beauty blogger, Amanda, and I got inside, it was easy to see why. There really is something for couples of every style in this two-day show at the Wisconsin State Fair Park Expo […]