Omaha’s Premiere Wedding and Event Professionals.
Hosting boutique-style bridal shows for Omaha couples.
Who We Are.
Wedding planning can be stressful. There are so many details to fret over, it can be overwhelming.
That’s where we come in. We are group of Omaha’s top wedding professionals here to help you plan your Omaha wedding.
We host two to three boutique-style bridal show in Omaha each year, where you can talk to vendors about your wedding plans while enjoying a laid back, low pressure atmosphere.
Each of our members are experts in their field and love what they do. We help wedding planning be what it should be:
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Wedding Planning Timeline
When is a good time to get all those wedding planning items done? To help, I created this fun little graphic you can pin and keep handy while you’re creeping closer to wedding day. Don’t forget my favorites on here: Save the Dates go out 6 to 9 months before your wedding Invitations go in …
10 Steps to Get Your Wedding Planning Started
You said “yes” now what? An engagement is a once in a lifetime experience that can be both the happiest and most stressful time of your life. Wedding planning isn’t easy, nor is it the same for everyone. Here’s a quick guide you can follow, whether your engagement is two years or four months. Announce …
Planning your Guest List
The guest list could be the hardest part of wedding planning. I provide my couples with a template to get them started. This template helps you stay organized and is exactly what I need if we’re printing on your envelopes. I have a lot of tips included on this excel sheet, so make sure to …
Family Style Dinners
Are you looking for a unique twist to a sit down dinner? Most people think of a buffet or plated meal for their wedding. However, a new trend that we are seeing more often is family style! What is family style? I am glad you asked! Family style is similar to a plated meal, …
3 Things to Consider Before Starting Your Guest List
It’s the most painful part of wedding planning: the guest list. I mean, where do you start? How many people can we invite? Where do you draw the line? Before you even open that Google doc to type in your uncle’s address, consider these 3 things before your start. *1. How many people can …