The "Spotlight On" series continues to cover vendors that can help you out with your local Detroit/Metro wedding. This time we conversed with Kathy Koze of SendOutCards.com.
So as I was reading through some recent wedding statistics, I read the following, "99% of grooms do the proposing," which left me wondering: Is that all? I would have thought that 100% of grooms do the proposing...Are there really women out there that have proposed to their men?
Chances are that if you are a bride (or know someone getting married), your entire life's focus has changed. Take advantage of the holiday season to get the bride-to-be what they really want: anything to do with their wedding!
One thing that every couple has (hopefully!) is a budget for the wedding. Christmas can be a nice "loop-hole" in the wedding budget. If mom wants to buy you some jewelry, or pay for your flowers, it's just a Christmas gift and won't be counted in the "actual" budget. It's how you look at it!
New Year's Day normally signals a time of new beginnings. It is traditionally the time of year for resolutions, to change your lifestyle, or to pick up a new (and healthy) habit. If you are getting married in 2010, are in a relationship, or even are currently married, why not make some New Year's Resolutions for the two of you as a couple? Here are a few ideas:
Destination weddings are a growing industry trend, but for many Michagan-ders, there are several great "destination" locations right here in Michigan One such venue is Castle Farms in Charlevoix, MI, which is roughly a 5-6 hour drive from the Metro-Detroit area, but you will feel transported to another place and time altogether.
Tom Santilli has been in the Detroit wedding industry since 2002, and in that time has established himself as one of the top in his field. His company, Complete Video Solutions , was named as the #1 Best Wedding Videographer in Detroit by local brides and Channel 4 FIVE consecutive years and is currently inducted into TheKnot.com's "Vendor Hall of Fame." He also has won several awards for his wedding production, and is a member of WEVA (Wedding & Event Videographers Association.) As the Detroit Wedding Examiner, he has helped hundreds of brides with their weddings, with a local knowledge not found anywhere else. Being in the industry for so long, he is an expert in all areas of wedding planning, not just videography. He welcomes your questions, article suggestions, or feedback, and he can be reached