Archive | June, 2012

Etiquette for Using the Term {Master}

28 Jun

When you sit down and begin to write the names for your invitations or ceremony programs, you may find yourself stumped when it comes to your junior groomsmen and/or ring bearer.  The formalities of when to use {Mr.} or {Master} can give you a headache!

For young men under the age of 13 or those that haven’t entered high school yet, etiquette tells us that, when writing formal correspondence, invitations or programs, it is proper to use the term {Master}.  These days, this term is not usually seen/spoken unless on formal occasions though this charming old custom was once widely used in the US and especially the UK.

In any case, when writing formal invitations or programs {especially for weddings}, it is proper etiquette to precede a junior groomsmen and/or ring bearer’s name with {Master} if he is under the age of 13.

 

Meagan Warren Weddings is WeddingWire Rated 2012

25 Jun

Columbia, SC – June 25, 2012 – WeddingWire is excited to announce that Meagan Warren Weddings is WeddingWire Rated in 2012 for Wedding Planning. WeddingWire Rated is the annual ratings program that recognizes wedding professionals across the country for their commitment to service and is the most recognized and trusted brand among engaged couples, as they start their search for local wedding businesses. The ratings program is based on hundreds of thousands of recent newlywed reviews of over 200,000 wedding professionals in the US and Canada, across 20 different service categories.

Meagan Warren Weddings has 21 reviews on WeddingWire. Reviews by our newlywed clients include detailed ratings and insightful descriptions about their experiences working with our business and staff. Our reviews provide transparency for potential clients, assisting them in making informed decisions for their big day.

“We are very pleased to announce WeddingWire Rated 2012, recognizing Meagan Warren Weddings for their commitment to exemplary service in Wedding Planning,” said Timothy Chi, CEO, WeddingWire, Inc. “Meagan Warren Weddings has shown dedication to their craft and service, helping engaged couples understand what to expect from their business through reviews on the nation’s leading wedding review site.”

As the largest site for wedding reviews, WeddingWire empowers engaged couples with the most comprehensive and trusted review system available in the wedding industry. WeddingWire Rated provides Meagan Warren Weddings with the distinction of being WeddingWire Rated and a simple platform to capture client feedback from their wedding planning experience. Engaged couples can easily access all of the reviews for Meagan Warren Weddings on WeddingWire.com. We have all of our newlywed clients to thank for our WeddingWire Rated 2012 recognition.

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How to Involve the Groom

11 Jun

Most brides-to-be find themselves doing most of the decision making when it comes to planning the wedding, but many would prefer to have their soon-to-be hubby help in the decisions to keep him involved in the planning.  Here are a few ways to keep his opinions in the mix!

Men respond better when given choices rather than saying, “You decide what flowers we should use.”  Find a few ideas you like and then run them by him.  It will be easier to get an opinion from him this way.  Of course, if your man has a certain hobby, play off of it!  Most men enjoy food, so have him brainstorm menu ideas.  If he’s into music, have him pick the songs for the reception.  Many brides will give the groom full power to decide on the honeymoon (you may be surprised and pleased with what he comes up with).  With some men, however, they need to be told what to do, so make him a list!

If nothing else, take him with you to food tastings, when looking at venues, hunting for a DJ or band, or any outing when his opinion could be used.  It’s always a great feeling when you can both come to a decision together!

Top First Dance Songs of 2012

7 Jun

Photograph courtesy of Dave Gilbert Photography

Often the bride and groom will share their first dance to a song that has special meaning to them.  Other times, the couple will pick from a variety of popular songs.  The top first dance songs of 2012 were revealed in January of this year and were based off a list of recently married or soon-to-be married couples.  Check out the list below and listen to them for free provided by MySpace music.

 

  1. At Last by Etta James
  2. Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley
  3. Marry Me by Train
  4. You & Me by Dave Matthews Band
  5. All My Life by K-Ci & JoJo tied with Lucky by Jason Mraz, The Way You Look Tonight by Frank Sinatra and Then by Brad Paisley

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