TIDBIT TUESDAY :: MISMATCHED BRIDESMAIDS DRESSES

Mismatching your maids is all the rage these days (did I just write a poem??) But I get a lot of questions about specifically HOW to do it. So here's a little tidbit to help you as you curate the perfect look for your ladies.

1) Determine the length--long, short, or "free to be me" status?

2) Determine the color/pattern--shades of blue from dark to pale or more similar? Is pattern ok?

3) Determine the texture--bonus points for sequins and lace or should they stick to less texture?

4) Create a Pinterest board (secret, obvi) and load the page with looks you love. After you have quite a few options curated, invite your ladies to collaborate. Let them know they can choose any of the specific styles you've chosen or use those as inspiration in their own searches. This allows you flexibility in adding and deleting looks as your vision evolves and also gives you a great visual tool for seeing all the dresses together. 

 Anna Delores Photography

Anna Delores Photography

TIDBIT TUESDAY :: RSVP CARDS

I love a good alliteration; don't you? I did Freebie Friday" there for a while, but in the spirit of quick and to-the-post advice, I'm replacing that with Tidbit Tuesday. Cute, right?

I'll take a brief moment to give you a helpful nugget of wedding planning knowledge and hopefully save you little headache along the way. Today, we're talking RSVP cards. 

RSVP CARDS

1) Even if you're treating your guests to a buffet or family style meal, don't forget to have a line for guests to mention dietary restrictions. Trust us, your caterer will ask!

2) If you're doing a plated meal with multiple entree choices, don't forget to ask who's having what! When a family of four puts a "3" next to steak and a "1" next to fish, it makes a lot of extra work for you to figure out which three are steak and who's the one fish eater. 

 Anna Delores Photography, Prim & Pixie Stationery

Anna Delores Photography, Prim & Pixie Stationery