As founder and CEO of GraciousBridal.com, I am pleased to offer suggestions for those puzzling situations such as wanting to give personal gifts to bridesmaids that have totally different interests, how to show appreciation to guests on a budget, what small things that can be done to make a huge impact for the ceremony and reception.
At the helm of graciousbridal.com, I am up-to-date on the latest trends. Our products have been featured in the finest wedding and style magazines. I am essentially a consultant to consultants. Because many wedding consultants are a small operation, they don't have access to the vendors, markets and other consultants that we have. Therefore, we use our resources to find those elusive items. Having a party and want to re-create the garden at Tavern-On-The-Green? We provided the marbelized balloons. Are you wanting a garden party with lanterns strung through the trees? We have provided the lanterns with coordinating parasols and hand fans. Want to plan a wedding merging two cultures, I can help navigate you through the potentially sticky situations (now is not the time for a social faux-pas!) It is important to be aware of the various customs in different parts of the country too, and I am more than happy to assist brides, moms and consultants in this.
Degree in Fine Arts and years of experience in design and marketing prior to becoming involved in the wedding industry.
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Hi Frida, Thank you for choosing me to answer this question for you. And especially -- Congratulations on your marriage!!! It sounds like it was a wonderful, very special, and intimate day. To
Hi John, Generally, we don't see balloons at weddings unless at very casual outdoor events. They are mostly relegated to proms and birthday parties. If in question, I would err on the side of caution
Hi Wendy, Thanks for asking. That varies from church to church, and family to family, but typically, it follows this scenario: 1. Dad walks up the aisle with his daughter. 2. The groom is waiting
Hi Morgan, Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. And congratulations on being a well-rounded person who surrounds herself with interesting people of varied backgrounds. You know, we can often keep
Hi Carol, Congratulations on your son's upcoming wedding. Without the bride's mother there, you don't have to worry about her choosing first. I would suggest wearing a color that is complimentary to
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