Real Weddings

Are you planning a wedding for the upcoming 2021 and 2022 seasons in Manitoba, Canada? Does the thought of not knowing how many guests you'll be allowed to have stress you out? Are you thinking about postponing (again)? Would a guideline on how to safely host your event be helpful to you - as you navigate your wedding planning journey with your partner, vendors, and invited guests? If you've answered 'yes' to

Welcome to your wedding planning journey! Whether you are planning your wedding for the first time, or in the middle of replanning due to the pandemic, this post offers the best advice for planning your wedding in 2021, Covid Edition. Yes, I said the 'C' word! We may be in a brand new year, but we're still in the middle of a worldwide pandemic. If you're uncertain on where to begin or

Looking back at the end of 2019, I walked into 2020 with so much hope and excitement for the many plans that would unfold for both my personal and professional life as a wedding planner. I'm sure that nobody saw what was coming, and we were all walking in what felt like a muddy forest covered in fog. Ha! Like any year, 2020 had its wins and losses but the impact of

Bea and BertFebruary 23, 2019 Planning a wedding is an invitation to a couple's love story. The time we spend together allows me a glimpse into who they are as individuals, and the life they are building together. Sometimes, I am gifted with more than a glimpse and are welcomed into the journey that continues after the Big Day. This was my experience working with Bea and Bert, and I'm elated to feature