Can you believe 2015 is here already? Since 2014 was such an amazing year in weddings, we can’t wait to see what’s to come in 2015! If you got married in 2014, we’d love to hear from you! Visit RealWeds.com to share your wedding photos with us – we may feature them in our real weddings section next year. And if you just got engaged during this holiday season and want to start figuring out this whole wedding planning thing for your 2015 (or 2016 or 2017!) wedding, be sure to check out our helpful five-step planning guide. But most importantly, happy new year from your friends here at WeddingWire!
There are so many reasons to love the holiday season. From spending quality time with family and friends to giving (and receiving!) gifts, there’s an overwhelming sense of togetherness and gratitude. And – perhaps, not surprisingly – it’s a popular time of year for proposals and engagements. In fact, according to a survey of WeddingWire couples, 30 percent of engagements occur between November and January. If you’re among this lucky group, and are ready to start thinking about planning your wedding (maybe take some time to relax first!), check out our five-step planning guide here. And if you’re fortunate enough to be hosting or attending a wedding during this magical time of year, check out 16 reasons why holiday weddings are the best.
Happy holidays from the WeddingWire team!
Choosing the right wedding vendors is one of the most important parts of planning your big day – and reading reviews of pros near you is one of the best ways to build your vendor team. WeddingWire is thrilled to announce that we now have over two million reviews submitted by newlyweds and wedding professionals, which is the largest number of reviews on any wedding and event industry site.
What does this mean for you? Well, whether you’re looking for a wedding venue, caterer, photographer, or any other type of vendor, you’ll be able to read even more useful reviews of pros in your area, written by real couples, than anywhere else!
“This is a major achievement for the entire WeddingWire community as it signals a major trend in the wedding space where engaged couples are not only relying on reviews to help make their critical wedding decisions, but are actively giving back to all engaged couples in the future,” said Timothy Chi, CEO of WeddingWire. “This incredible milestone of 2,000,000 vendor reviews helps engaged couples find their perfect wedding vendor team and strengthens the vendors’ online reputation and credibility, which ultimately helps them grow their business.”
Ready to start building your vendor team? Start searching for vendors near you (and reading reviews!) here.
And if you’re recently married, be sure to help other couples plan their weddings by writing your own vendor reviews on WeddingWire (bonus: you’ll be entered to win a $1,000 Amazon gift card with every review you write in December)!
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Photo by Brit Jaye Photography
Whether you’re recently engaged or have been planning your nuptials for a while, you’re probably bursting with excitement about your wedding and want to tell everyone you know about all of the details of your big day. Our advice? Try to hold back. We know it may not be easy, but when you see your guests’ surprise and genuine excitement at your wedding, keeping your mouth shut for all those months will be totally worth it, we promise. Check out our list of the details you really shouldn’t share before your wedding day.
Photo: Ashley Paige Photography
During your hectic time of wedding planning, it’s almost certain that everyone in your life will offer their opinion about something. Whether it’s something as small as your aisle markers or something as big as your wedding attire, you’ll hear every idea out there. While it’s great to have a supportive team of friends and family, there are certain decisions that should just be between the two of you. Check out our list of 10 things that you get the final say on.