Vegas Wedding Trends & Services

The Future is Here: Bride’s Guide to Online RSVPs (Part 2)

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You’re the bride who’s immersed in technology, from social networking to work-related Internet research. Naturally, you’ve chosen to skip traditional return-by-snail-mail RSVPs in favor of the new online RSVPs…. You’re going to let your guests RSVP through a wedding Web site. Read more…

The Future is Here: Bride’s Guide to Online RSVPs (Part 1)

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Where Weddings Are Heading: How to Get your Guests to RSVP

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In the age of Internet and cell phones, many brides are asking if traditional RSVP cards are worth the postage. Money aside, are RSVP responses as reliable as they once were for an accurate head count? …What is the best way to get your guests to RSVP in the 21st century? Read more…

More Than You Can Chew: Wedding Cake Cutting Tips

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While cake cutting is one of the less stressful moments for some brides, for other girls it can become quite the task. At my Las Vegas wedding in June, I certainly underestimated my cake. My husband, Anthony, and I had rehearsed so many moments of the big day, from walking down the aisle to our first dance. Unfortunately, we forgot about the cake cutting. Soon, we found ourselves surrounded by dozens of guests at the cake table. And in that moment, as we stared uncertainly at the bottom layer of a tower of whipped cream, we realized that slicing a couple of cake pieces was quickly becoming a show-stopper…. Here are a few tips to make sure your wedding cake cutting goes smoothly. Read more…