When Should I Send Out Wedding Invitations?

Wedding invitations should be sent out 6-8 weeks in advance. If many of your guest have to travel from out of state consider sending out Save The Date cards in advance to ensure they can plan ahead.  You may also want to create a Wedding Website.  A Wedding Website will provide your guest with valuable

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The Benefits of a Wedding Website

Make a Wedding Website that shares the details of your big day. Your Wedding Website is the perfect way to communicate details regarding your wedding, that may not be appropriate to include in the invitations. For example, information in regards to the dress code, the weather forecast, things to do in or around the wedding

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+ April 5th, 2018 in Bride and Groom, Events

Old Sugar Mill Wedding Showcase

We are thrilled to be apart of the Wedding Showcase on April 19, 2018 at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, CA. We will be there providing specials and discounts on Day of Coordination and Wedding Planning Services. Make sure to stop by the Cain Event Planning booth.   The show includes: Meet & Greet

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+ March 27th, 2018 in Bride and Groom, Wedding

John & Jen’s Wedding at the Old Sugar Mill

It was a pleasure working with John and Jen on their special day in August of 2017 at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, CA. This picture truly captures the essence of this couple’s love and enthusiasm. We were honored to be apart of their special day.  Photo credit to Bellus Photography!

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+ October 26th, 2017 in Uncategorized

Top 4 reasons on why you should hire a Wedding Planner

Top 4 reasons on why you should hire a wedding planner   Reason number one for a stress free enjoyable wedding experience. No running around in your wedding dress decorating the venue or talking calls from your venue that needs parking directions. Your Wedding Planner will be onsite to handle your set up needs or

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Wedding Planning Budget Tips

When planning weddings or events it is very important to include an estimated service charge and tax in your calculations for event cost. Often times when people are planning events they only think about the hard cost. The cost of the venue, the food, the entertainment, decorations, ect. What people often forget to include in

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Should I have Escort Cards at my wedding?

Are you asking yourself, to have Escort cards ( place cards)  or not to have Escort cards at your wedding? To have Escort Cards or otherwise referred to as place cards or not to have Escort cards depends on if you want to have assigned seating.  There are two types of seating assignments. There is assigned seating and then there is

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+ February 17th, 2017 in Bride and Groom

How To Plan A Wedding Merging Two Cultures

1. You can’t please everyone. The sooner you accept this fact the better off you will feel. Many people will insist you do things a certain way because it is “their” tradition or it has “always been done” that way in their culture. Not everyone will be satisfied but you must be at peace knowing

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+ February 7th, 2017 in Bride and Groom

Cheryle & William’s Wedding

Cheryle & William are a Fun loving couple that were excited to incorporate their love of delicious southern cuisine, travel, and All things Disney into their wedding. We had the pleasure of working with this couple for over a year on our Full Wedding Planning Package. As both the Bride & Groom are busy professionals they

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+ January 10th, 2017 in Bride and Groom, Weddings

4 Rules to Sharing Your Engagement!

4 Rules to Sharing Your Engagement! Call your immediate family. Don’t let the news beat you home. Call your parents, grandparents, and siblings right away. Family members always wants to feel like they are the first to know. Send a text message to all your closes friends. Use your best judgement as your best friend(s)

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+ December 29th, 2016 in Bride and Groom, Wedding, Weddings