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bride-to-be

As some of you may know, I recently tied the knot on Oct. 23rd with my now ‘husband’ Mark! Now that a few months have past since the big day, I’ve had some time to reflect on what I learned throughout the process and what I can share to hopefully help you brides-to-be have a smooth and happy pre-wedding process. The suggestions below include both my tips and my overall observations, most of what I hadn’t know prior to being an engaged lady myself. Even though I have spent 10 years now in the wedding industry, doing it yourself...

Last month I had the immense pleasure of being featured in the bridal spotlight of the October edition of the Wedluxe Trend Report. As many of you know, I have worked very closely with this magazine for around 5 years now advertising Fancy Face Inc. We have also created the hair and makeup look for one of their covers a few years back!! Much to my surprise, I received an email from the team at Wedluxe letting me know that they had chosen me to feature in an upcoming edition prior to my wedding to my now husband Mark!...

Good-Afternoon Everyone!  Today I feel like sharing my experiences so far when it comes to the wedding planning process. I feel like I have definitely learned some things along the way, and for all of you busy women on the go, here is what’s working for me!:  -Hire a planner. When I first got engaged, the very 1st thing I did was hire a planner. With my busy work schedule and running Fancy Face Inc. on a daily basis, I knew that I would have very little time to plan my big day all by myself. SO many members...

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Wedding Planning 101

Well, I am now 4 months into planning my wedding and I have some tips/advice for those who are newly engaged. Here are my pointers to help things run smoothly during the 1st few months of your wedding planning!  1) Realize that everyone in your life will be asking you about your wedding planning. Don’t feel overwhelmed by this. Don’t make rash decisions because of this. The worst thing you can do is feel the need to book all your vendors and purchase all the accoutrements the 1st or 2nd month of being engaged. 2) Schedule some time to...