Stress Reducing Wedding Planning Tips with Eventbrite

Tackling Wedding Planning: Wedding Planning Tips to Reduce Stress Congratulations! You’re engaged! Enjoy this beautiful time in your life, and start thinking about the big day. Often times, planning a wedding can be overwhelming at first, but have no fear! We’re here with a few tips to get you started, keep you sane and ensure

The Groom’s Guide to Weddings: A Must-Read

The Groom’s Guide to Weddings: Wedding Planning Tips and Ideas for Grooms It’s true that the brides get a lot of our attention, but we haven’t forgotten about our grooms! Grooms can get just as nervous about the big day as their brides, and it’s time someone put a guide together to help prepare men

Why You Need a Day-Of Wedding Planner

So much time and energy goes into planning your wedding, but while you’re thinking about cakes and chairs and chargers, don’t forget to book a wedding planner, too! Trust us: even if you have to make a little room in your budget, do it, because you can’t afford not to hire a wedding planner! Here’s why:

Wedding Booking Tips, Tricks, and Timeline

Planning your wedding can be stressful – but it doesn’t have to be that way! A Chair Affair’s wedding booking tips and tricks come from our seven years of experience in the wedding industry, and are designed to take the guesswork out of the planning process. Check out our wedding booking tips below to find

Table Setting Basics: How to Set a Table for a Formal Event

Table Setting Basics: How to Set a Table for a Formal Event Table Setting Basics – It so important to know how to set a table right, but often we forgot the right ways to set your table. A Chair Affair offers  everything you need to set a table, from chargers to flatware and stemware,

Tips and Hints for a Well-Dressed Groom

Attention guys, it’s time to take some notes! On the wedding day, all the attention is usually focused on the bride’s fashion, but times are changing, and it’s important for you to be an equal counterpart in the style department. A well tailored suit is the difference between looking dated and lackluster, to looking modern

Top 5 Tips for Working with Wedding Vendors

  During the wedding planning process, couples spend a lot of time and effort seeking out the wedding vendors that suit their needs. If you think about it, for most people, the largest event they’ve planned in their past is a birthday or dinner party, usually for twenty people or less. Planning a wedding is

How to Have Your Dream Wedding While Being Budget Conscious

  With the popularity of wedding-based reality shows like “Say Yes to the Dress” and “Four Weddings” on the rise, people’s expectations for their own wedding can become a little warped. How many of us have tens of thousands to spend on our own wedding? Or in the case of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian,

Fun and Creative Guest Book Ideas

Over the years a guest book has always been a staple element at any wedding or party event. Usually there is just a book in the corner for all the guests to sign. Of course, the host gets to keep the book and cherish the signatures and notes as a special keepsake. But there are

Wedding Welcome Bags

Weddings Illustrated recently had an article on 10 welcome bag essentials for destination weddings, specifically Florida weddings. Their 10 bag essentials were great ideas for destination weddings this summer. We picked out our top 5 favorites and added our own ideas to them. 1. Packaging The packaging of your wedding welcome bags can help set

Wedding Entertainment Ideas

Everyone knows a good band or DJ can get all of your guest in a great mood and on the dance floor.  But what about the times when you’re just not ready to dance yet? Here are a few extra entertainment ideas to keep you and your guest entertained throughout the reception. 1. Scavenger Hunt

Who Pays for What at Your Wedding

Your wedding will cost you a pretty penny. Many of you have probably wondered who pays for what at a wedding. What is the appropriate protocol and who is responsible for what? Do you know who pays for what? Are you prepared for all the expenses involved? What is appropriate and what is not? Here’s a