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27
Dec
Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding {w/Infographic!}
categories: from the consultants, the paper chase, Tips and Advice, Wedding Inspiration, Wedding Resources

When it comes to your wedding RSVP’s, the goal is very simple- you need guests to tell you how many people are attending your wedding by a certain date- but the way to achieve that goal can be tricky. You want to be clear with guests that you need a reply by a certain date without being too demanding. You might even need said guests to give you extra information such as meal preferences, intent to attend additional wedding related events, a +1 name, or even song suggestions. This all seems pretty straightforward but the trickiest part is actually getting your guests to RSVP on time! In an effort to help you get off to a good start, we’re sharing our best tips for getting people to RSVP to your wedding.

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(Stationer: Celebrations in Paper, Photographer: Elyse Hall Photography)

Event Planner Victoria Canada of Victoria Canada Weddings + Events top 2 tips for getting people to RSVP to your wedding: 

-If guests do not RSVP at the requested time, call them! You can say, “We noticed we are missing your RSVP and we wanted to make sure that you received your invitation to the wedding!”. By mentioning that it may have gotten lost in the mail, you’re disarming your guest and opening up the conversation. And mail actually does get lost sometimes!

 –If you’re offering meal choices, have guests place their initials next to their meal choice on the RSVP card.  This will make it easier for when you’re organizing seating or place cards.
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Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: Guests should RSVP at least 8 weeks before the big day and no less than 3 weeks before. Your caterer will need a head count and you need to build in a bit of a cushion to follow up with guests who haven’t RSVP’d yet.
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(Stationer: Be in Love Designs)

Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: Be very clear about HOW and WHEN to RSVP. You’ll get much better results if you offer a few ways to RSVP such as a card via snail mail, text, email, or an online RSVP site (like Eventbrite). If you do offer a snail mail option, always include a pre-addressed, pre-stamped envelope. Consider the age of people who have been invited- some may not be comfortable with online or mobile device RSVP’s so a good ol’ fashioned card is still a really solid option.

Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: Be (and stay) organized! If you don’t have a plan to track your RSVP’s, you’ll have a nightmare on your hands. Whether you use a spreadsheet, a notebook, or an online tracking system, make sure you use it every single time you get an RSVP because even though you think you’ll remember, you won’t!

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(Stationer: Be in Love Designs)

Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: Send a reminder to RSVP a week prior to any guests that haven’t replied then follow up if you still don’t get a response. You can send an email or text, or better yet, make a phone call to check with guests who haven’t RSVP’d yet. Most of them will be so grateful that you are following up!

Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: Give yourself a cushion. Remember that it will take time to follow up with non-responders and you don’t want panic to set in because you started following up the day before your count is due to the caterer. Also, expect that some guests who don’t ever reply will still attend and some guests that reply yes will be a no-show. It happens all the time and there’s no need to stress about it!

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(Stationer: Brie Dumais Designs)

Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: Include some fun! If one of your priorities for your wedding is a packed dance floor, ask guests for song suggestions on the RSVP card. You’ll be able to give your DJ or band a well-rounded song list without doing all the work!

Tips for Getting People to RSVP to your Wedding: If you want to track your RSVP’s online, consider using Eventbrite. You’ve probably already used this online RSVP/ticketing service to attend an event, join a party or even RSVP to someone else’s wedding and while we highly recommend sending an actual invitation in the mail, we like Eventbrite’s ability to track your RSVP’s. Their event management software can be used for any size event and is very user friendly; with Eventbrite your event can be made private, several events can be listed (like a welcome dinner, wedding ceremony, reception, and brunch) and there’s a password option so only your guests can see and respond to the event. Check out Eventbrite’s infographic about RSVPing:

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26
Apr
Colorful Arizona Wedding Inspiration: Arizona Biltmore Styled Shoot
categories: bridal fashions, cakes and sweets, fabulous reception sites, floral inspiration, for your ceremony, from the consultants, reception ideas, Wedding Inspiration

Here at Phoenix Bride & Groom, we pride ourselves on sharing the most inspiring styled shoots, real weddings, and great finds with you, our loyal readers, but one thing you may not realize (but probably totally appreciate) is that we only share what we believe is achievable by real couples planning their weddings. Completely over the top inspiration shoots are fun to look at and dream about but when we publish a styled shoot, it’s because the design is inspiring and the details are within reach of Arizona’s couples planning weddings. Today’s styled shoot (which of course utilizes the talents of local Arizona wedding vendors) is one of the most colorful Arizona wedding inspiration shoots we’ve seen and we’re sure you will adore it!

A bright color palette, thoughtful details, and an iconic setting await!

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From Victoria Canada of Victoria Canada Weddings & Events: This colorful styled shoot was inspired by the iconic stain glass at the entrance to the Arizona Biltmore Resort.  Frank Lloyd Wright was the consulting architect for the building of this historic resort in 1928 and it is known as the “Jewel of the Desert”.  I styled the shoot to have vibrant jewel tone colors and patterns that reflected the famous Biltmore Block. 

Colorful Arizona Wedding Inspiration Details:

-Cake designed with stained glass motif to reflect a clean, modern and colorful feel

-Floating “Stained Glass” as a ceremony backdrop

-Laser cut wood stationery elements that are normally created with paper- this reflects Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous dedication to nature inspired design

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Colorful Arizona Wedding Inspiration Details:

-Acrylic ghost chairs with custom Biltmore Block vinyl appliques

-Color Blocked Bouquet

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The bride’s gown was “Lana” by Willowby- it features a statuesque profile and lace panels that marry modern and vintage beautifully

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When Victoria Canada designs any event, whether it be a wedding, ceremony, brunch, or rehearsal dinner, she always includes special touches and design details that tie the entire event together. For example, not only does the signature cocktail have an adorable Frank Lloyd Wright style stir stick, it also complements the color palette of this colorful Arizona wedding inspiration shoot.

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The elevated glass table top on the reception table allows for even more pops of color!

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We hope you enjoyed this colorful Arizona wedding inspiration and use some of the fun ideas and details in your wedding planning- like we said, we only show you what is achievable right here in Arizona so we know you have some awesome “take-aways” from today’s shoot!

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Planner & Stylist: Victoria Canada Weddings & Events

Location: Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa

Hair: Ruca Bowman- Hautie Rouge Salon

Makeup: Linda Wagner

Wedding Dress: Bella Lily Bridal

Linen: Wildflower Linen

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29
Mar
Tips for Including Dogs in Your Wedding
categories: for your ceremony, from the consultants, reception ideas, Tips and Advice, Wedding Inspiration

The practice of including dogs in weddings isn’t brand new but we’ve seen a huge increase in the number of couples choosing to involve their furry babies in their weddings so naturally, we have some tips for including dogs in your wedding from Arizona’s Elite Circle wedding planners

David Twigger of T Weddings & Vermilion Events says: More and more weddings are becoming inclusive, modern traditions and one of these modern traditions is including family dogs in the wedding. Our tip for this is, rehearse.  We’re not talking just the wedding rehearsal.  If possible bring the dog to the location more than once to let them get used to the surroundings.  Increase social interaction before the wedding by taking your pup to lots of dog parks and places with unfamiliar people to get them used to all the excitement that they will be exposed to at your wedding. And the finishing touch? The doggie flower collar- it is a must!!

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(Photo: Hagerty Photography)

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(Photo: Katrina Wallace Photographers, Location: Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa)

Victoria Canada of Victoria Canada Weddings & Events says: Some pets get anxious around large groups of people so it is best to have someone be in charge of your pet who is familiar with your animal- this should NOT be someone in the wedding party or a parent.  They will be busy taking photos and enjoying your wedding! Don’t forget to provide your pet with water, snacks, toys etc. because the property most likely will not have those things on hand for you. We’ve had many experiences with dogs at weddings and sometimes they do NOT want to go down the aisle so despite all your preparation, if they don’t want to go, don’t force it. 

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(Photo: Stephanie Fay Photography, Wedding Coordinator: Victoria Canada Weddings & Events, Location: Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch)

Cara Morrison of A Day to Cherish Weddings says: Just like having small children in a wedding, you have to be prepared for and completely OK with the fact that things may not go as planned. If you realize that and it doesn’t cause you stress, bring them along!! But if you want everything to go perfectly textbook, don’t forget, animals are unpredictable and may or may not behave how you envision!

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(Photo: Katrina Wallace Photographers)

Jo Ann Grant of Apropos Creations says: Before incorporating your dog babies into the wedding, figure out what role your pup will be playing and most importantly, make sure to contact the venue to verify if they allow pets.  If they do, great!  If not, ask if they would allow him/her to just do the ceremony. I had this experience recently and even though the venue didn’t allow doggies on the property at all, we were able to compromise: the dog was present only for the ceremony then had to be gone shortly after the ceremony (after the photos). We worked it out and everyone was happy!

Trista Guzman of BTS Event Management says: We recommend that the bride and groom appoint a family member or friend to be in charge of their dog.  This way there is someone in charge of bathroom duty, walking the little fur baby down the aisle, sitting with the him/her during ceremony, and making sure the pup gets back to the room safe and sound after the ceremony. This person should also check on the dog through out the evening so the bride and groom can soak up every minute of their wedding and don’t have to worry about being taken away from their special day to tend to the dog.
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(Photo: Ben & Kelly Photography, Wedding Coordinator: BTS Event Management, Location: The Phoenician)

Victoria Canada offered a few more tips for including dogs in your wedding:

– If your dog only understands commands in a language other than English, please let your coordinator know! It’s quite possible that your wedding planner will have to manage getting your dog down the aisle and if she knows some basic commands that your dog is familiar with, that will be super helpful.
-Let the resort know your dog is part of the ceremony and if your dog is staying on property, leave a note on the door alerting anyone coming in and out of the room that there is a dog in the room.  We had to help rescue a runaway dog once when a wedding guest did not close the room door after them.  The dog was in a new surrounding, got scared, and was running around the property.  Of course we went above and beyond and helped round up the runaway pup but it caused quite a stir! 
-Don’t forget to style your dog.  There are so many super cute leashes and collars that can coordinate with your wedding colors or theme. If you want to go with a classic tuxedo style, we really like these
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A few more tips for including dogs in your wedding:
-Consider your dog’s temperament. No matter how badly you want your pooch to be involved in your wedding, if he/she is skittish or doesn’t listen well to commands, skip the potential aisle drama and just have your furry baby hang out with you while you get ready.
 
-Let guests know in advance that your dog will be attending your wedding- some people have severe allergies that can be managed with advance notice.
 
-Your photographer should be in the know when it comes to including your dog at your wedding. Photographers typically discuss a must-have photo list with you prior to the wedding day so if there are particular pictures with your dog that are really important to you, let him/her know.

Remember, your dog’s level of inclusion is totally up to you and what you’re comfortable with (and what your venue is OK with)- some couples just have their pups with them while getting ready, some include them in their actual ceremony, and some have them by their sides the entire day. Just follow our tips for including dogs in your wedding and you’ll be all set!

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16
Feb
A Post Wedding Brunch at Arizona Biltmore
categories: fabulous reception sites, floral inspiration, from the consultants, reception ideas, Wedding Inspiration

When you get married and have a wedding planner like Victoria Canada of Victoria Canada Weddings & Events who thinks of EVERYTHING, you’re probably going to have some sort of post wedding brunch- an event the morning after your wedding is just the loveliest way to wrap up a wedding weekend, say goodbye to your guests, and decompress (as long as you have someone helping you organize it, otherwise it’s kind of stressful!).

Victoria shared a recent post wedding brunch she organized at Arizona Biltmore for her clients Michelle and Brandon who, luckily, happen to be early risers and it’s got everything you want and need for the perfect send off!

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Victoria tells us: the bride wanted a French themed event so we really concentrated on having it in the garden area of the Aztec Lawn- the linen was perfect with a bistro feel; we re-purposed the lounge furniture from the wedding the night before to get the most out of the rental fee- it was a little extra for labor but worth it!  

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Post Wedding Brunch Tip: We created a buffet with after party essential items like sunscreen, Advil, extra sunglasses etc. and to go boxes and water for guests who needed to eat and hydrate on the run.

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Newspapers for guests to read while relaxing had a fun wrap while custom napkins continued the after party theme; the custom Coffee Bar was a hit too. Victoria’s team used herbs in the floral pieces for a French Provincial twist.

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Post Wedding Brunch Tip: Inside, we used the Chameleon chairs from the wedding and just took off the chair covers from the night before to make them perfect for a brunch; we had Arizona Biltmore set up a Mimosa and Bloody Mary bar for guests (hair of the dog!)- the Bloody Mary bar was a request of the bride’s and she was so happy with it. 

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One of the couple’s favorite elements of the event was lawn games- corn hole and ladder toss made sure guests socialized and got moving a little before travelling back home. Phoenix bride and Groom_post wedding brunch_Victoria Canada Weddings and Events_Arizona Biltmore (8)

Bride Michelle’s best advice for couples planning their weddings: I think the best piece of advice is to not get overwhelmed by all of the things that need to be done. First pick your venue and then decide on what kind of look and or theme you want to go with. Don’t stress over the small things because it won’t go exactly as you plan and that’s ok!

The couple went on their honeymoon a few months after their wedding which they say was nice to wait a couple of months after the wedding hype died down….we went in mid May to the south of Italy (Puglia, Positano, and Tuscany)- it was unreal. 

Congratulations Michelle and Brandon and thank you for choosing us to share your post wedding brunch…and thank you Victoria for submitting it to us!

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Coordinator: Victoria Canada Weddings & Events
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Stationery: Celebrations in Paper

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8
Sep
Wedding Planning Advice: Nix the Jitters
categories: from the consultants, real weddings, Tips and Advice

Since they’re typically deep “in the mix” with their couples before and during the wedding day, wedding planners often have the best perspective on how to make the day the very best it can be. The getting ready part of the day is one of those times that some couples forget to plan for but it shouldn’t be overlooked- it’s a really fun, anticipatory, and often reflective time to prepare before taking the leap into marriage and with just a bit of effort, it can be a time for memories just as precious as the rest of the day. Elite Circle wedding coordinator Cara Morrison of A Day to Cherish shares her top tips for this part of the wedding day:

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  1. Decide Who Will Be There: It takes quite a while for everyone to have their hair and makeup done, and to get on all your dresses. Make sure to surround yourself with people you know will make the day stress free and fun. If you’re stressing out while getting ready, it could put a damper on the rest of the day.
  2. Personalize the Space: You’ll want the room everyone is in to be tranquil and calming. Burn some candles to take the edge off and add a festive atmosphere. If candles aren’t allowed wherever you’re getting ready, try some reed diffusers.
  3. Set the Mood: Getting ready can feel like being in the locker room before a big game. To add to the fun mood, have each bridesmaid make a playlist of songs that are inspired by memories they share with you, it will lighten the stress and get everyone laughing and reminiscing.
  4. Supply Snacks: A big mistake many brides make is not eating much on their big day, usually due to the high stress. But that is a bad idea, as a balanced sugar level keeps stress under control. Keep fruit or veggie platters in the bridal suite to munch on throughout the day without creating a mess or filling you up too much. Also, having water, juice, and soda on hand is a good idea to keep everyone hydrated.
  5. Keep Entertained: Set a cheerful mood by playing a favorite movie in the background if there is a TV. Drink some herbal tea, which can help calm nerves. Ask each of the bridesmaids to contribute a favorite pampering product to a tray for everyone to share. Bring pictures from your bachelorette party and wedding showers to pass around while getting ready, it will be fun to reminisce in anticipation of the day ahead of you.

Thank you Cara for your invaluable advice (find out more about A Day to Cherish by visiting their website)!

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14
Jul
5 Things We LOVE about Phoenix Bride & Groom Summer Fall 2015!
categories: floral inspiration, from the consultants, Grooms, Meet Our Friends, photography, real weddings, reception ideas, Tips and Advice, trends in catering, Wedding Inspiration, Wedding Resources

Our 15th Anniversary issue is a one-of-a-kind issue, even for us. It features 3 different covers, is packed with even more wedding advice from Elite Circle wedding professionals, and is bursting with 17 beautiful Real Weddings! Although you know we love every single page of the magazine (yes, every page), we’ve chosen 5 things that make it exceptional. Enjoy!

#1: Publisher Fran Samuel’s top pick:

My favorite part of the 15th Anniversary issue are the 3 covers. It was a first for us and I can honestly say now that it’s over what a huge project it was. Planning for one cover takes a tremendous amount of time, thought and talent and adding 2 more to the equation was certainly a challenge and one I’m so very proud of. A project of this magnitude of course needed an Elite team of pros who came together with their A- game in play.

The first photo shoot was a celebration At the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale captured by Katrina Wallace Photographers. Followed by the Romance of the Boojum Tree Hidden Gardens and Hagerty Photography. The third shoot was a day full of fun at Sassi with Ben & Kelly Photography.  The combination and style of each cover represented the out of the box talents of each photo shoot team. The many weeks of planning were in the hands of the pros and coming to life. It was a an absolute pleasure working with the amazing and talented Elite Circle Members and worth every detail of the planning process.

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#2 Editor Stephanie Riley’s Pick:

One of my favorite things about the 15th anniversary issue is the “Food for Thought” feature. It began as a roundup, asking caterers and resorts about their favorite dishes, but it became so much more! I think this feature is a delicious adventure that helps our readers really think about how creative food choices can set a celebratory tone at their reception. Plus, the pictures are so yummy!

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#3 Social Media Writer Kelly Gill’s pick:

I really love 2 things about the “Something for Everyone” article. 

First, we’ve made a change in our word choices to reflect an attitude we’ve always had. We have always been a publication that supports brides & brides, brides & grooms, and grooms & grooms and hopefully that’s more obvious than ever. This article aims to include any couple planning their wedding; wedding expos are beneficial to men and women and the time has come for us to use verbiage that makes it clear that everyone is invited to the party. Also, we don’t feel that a separate publication or website is necessary to reflect our support of couples getting married who happen to be same sex couples- that actually seems counter-intuitive to us- so hopefully articles like this one let the Arizona wedding community know where we stand. It’s where we’ve always stood. 

Second, our continued efforts to include the groom’s perspective in features such as the “Something for Everyone” article shows that we are walking the walk. We continue to put more emphasis on the groom’s role in wedding planning and it’s a natural fit for us. Men’s fashion, decision making, and design input are in the forefront more than ever and I love that we have embraced that concept!

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#4 Editor Stephanie Riley’s Pick (and Kelly Gill’s too):

Another favorite part about the 15th anniversary issue is the “Sweet 15” feature. In each issue of Phoenix Bride & Groom, we offer advice from top wedding professionals. This time, we were able to gather up some of the best advice ever and put it all in one issue. There are many tips I hadn’t even considered before!

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#5 We’re featuring the weddings of our friends! Each couple that we feature is special to us and we want to do right by them and you, our readers, by featuring the best professionals and most inspiring wedding stories and details so when those in the industry get married, and we are chosen to feature their weddings, we get an extra little thrill. We featured Lauren and Veronica’s weddings in our Summer Fall 2015 issue and we’re bursting with joy for our friends and colleagues!

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We hope you find that our Summer Fall 2015 issue is filled with tips and tricks paired with good solid advice. Not only do we show pretty pictures but we definitely go the extra mile to share the HOW and WHY of planning a wedding. Enjoy!

Pick up a copy of Phoenix Bride & Groom Summer Fall 2015 here and visit our website where you can download a free digital copy and browse tons of Arizona wedding inspiration.

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