Are you looking for wedding favor ideas? Are you in love with Instagram? Do you oohhh and ahhh over all things miniature? We’re kind of obsessed with all of the above. So what we are about to show you kind of has us all kinds of excited. We recently ordered these super adorable Tiny Books from Printstagram. And we they are not kidding when they call them tiny. They barely fit in the palm of your hand (which is what makes them so darling)! We filled the books with our favorite goodies from our Instagram page, but think it would be an awesome fun time for you to put your engagement images or other photos to show your guests.
All of the books come with this heart shaped logo (sorry, no customizing, but the heart is cute!). You can select 24 Instagram photos and create 3 of the same books. Or select up to 72 images and create 3 different books. Either way, you get 3 books for $10 (plus shipping). Talk about a great deal! You could fill these books with favorite recipes, love sayings, movie quotes or other fun items that are special to the two of you.
Printstagram also offers printing of posters, square size pictures, polaroid type prints and much much more. We recommend checking out the site and getting creative!
Katie and Steven’s wedding at The Smith Center was stunning and truly romantic. Their art deco, 1920′s formal affair mimicked the architecture of the beautiful venue. It was a perfect match. We were in love with the navy blue and white color scheme this bride chose and gaga over the cake topper! The floral pieces were perfectly themed and created by the very talented duo at Flowers of the Field. Thank you Moxie Studio for sharing these beautiful photos with us. Congratulations again Katie and Steven! It was an honor to help you on your wedding day.
Wedding Planning: Scheme Events • Photographer: Moxie Studio • Venue: The Smith Center • Floral: Flowers of the Field • Catering: Culinary Arts Catering • Cake: Retro Bakery • DJ, Lighting and Photo Booth: Elegant Entertainment • Harpist: Queen Harp • Hair and Makeup: Amelia C & Co. • Draping: Naakiti • Officiant: Elegant Vegas Weddings
We recently wrote a blog post on planning 101 for the local blog, Vegas Style Weddings. Vegas Style Weddings is a great resource for you to follow to see real weddings here in Las Vegas captured by some of the Valley’s most amazing wedding photographers, get planning tips, and to find inspiration for your own wedding. Here is a little insight to our advice to the readers of Vegas Style Weddings as well as our readers here on the Scheme Events blog.
Your engagement and wedding planning should be one of the most exciting times in your life. There are so many questions you’re probably asking yourself and not sure where to begin your steps in planning. We are here to help you in the first few steps to get you started.
1. Set A Budget
This is such a crucial part of planning a wedding. Having a realistic budget will give you realistic expectations for your wedding day. Setting your budget first helps you know what venues and vendors you can begin to research for your wedding day. A wedding planner is a great resource to hire from the beginning. They will create a customized budget plan to help you stay on track.
2. Set A Wedding Date
Think about a couple of your ideal wedding dates. What time of year would you prefer for your wedding? Winter? Spring? Summer? Fall? Each season has its own beauty. If you want to save money, think about selecting a date that is in “off wedding season”. Venues and vendors are known to discount in the hot Las Vegas summer months and less popular winter months like January and February.
Next, think about other factors that could matter to you, your family and guests. What are work schedules like? What holidays are guests able to attend on? Are you or any of your guest’s huge football fanatics? Choose your #1 preferred date and have a couple back up dates just in case that date isn’t available at your venue choice.
3. Consider Your Guest List
This is quite the project for most couples and families. Make a list of the people you would like to have at your wedding. Sometimes an A and B list is good; A) being the people you absolutely have to have at your wedding (immediate family, cousins, grandparents, aunts and uncles, etc.) and B) being your friends and extended relatives.
4. Decide On The Style Of Your Wedding
Design your wedding to be a true representation of you and your fiancé. Tie in elements from your lifestyle, heritage and culture. This will give your wedding ceremony and reception an element unlike any other wedding your guests have been to. So, with that being said, would you like it to have a vintage/rustic or handmade feeling, a modern and eclectic vibe, or a classic or traditional style?
Being a resource for brides planning their own weddings or thinking about hiring a planner, Scheme is here to help you and would love to meet with you. Take a moment and feel free to reach out to us via email at email@example.com or give us a ring (702) 778-9414 to get started planning with Scheme. We would love to hear from you.