Ladies, we’ve all been there before. Planning a get together with the girls can be almost as stressful as planning a bachelorette party. Getting everyone on the same page and agree on the itinerary can be a near impossible task. Dealing with the vendors can be a headache, and the prices are over the top. I created VegasGirlsNightOut.com for these particular reasons, so bridal parties can relax and enjoy the bachelorette party experience at an affordable price. Here are some of my top suggestions I recommend to our clients on things that you must experience to have the ultimate bachelorette party in Vegas. Photo by DFH Photo Take a limo ride down the Strip. The one mistake I always see bridal parties make is walking down the Las Vegas Strip in heels. Save yourself and your group the blisters by renting a limo service to see all of the Las Vegas ... Read More »
While destination weddings can be seen as inconvenient, they also give the couple and their guests more chances to celebrate. A whole wedding weekend is common in these instances, as well as when you aren’t traveling for your nuptials but many of your attendees will be. The first event on the itinerary of a weekend in honor of your upcoming marriage is often a welcome party. This is usually a dinner or cocktail party, which is certainly going to be appreciated – but why not have a little more fun with it? Particularly if you are in an exciting location, a fun or unique soirée will help set the tone for the big day. Even a hometown wedding can embrace a local pastime in order to give attendees an experience that differs from the main event. If you’re still figuring out what to do for your welcome party, consider the ... Read More »
It’s become so popular to change into a reception dress for the wedding that in the case of celebrities, it’s almost expected! There are a lot of benefits to wearing a second gown, such as being able to go classic for the vow exchange and then switching to a more comfortable style in order to tear up the dance floor; however, it’s not the right choice for every bride. Whether two dresses simply aren’t in your budget or you love your bridal gown so much that you want to wear it as long as possible, there is certainly nothing wrong with sticking to wearing one dress for the whole event. That being said, you may still want to change your look between the ceremony and reception (or after-party!) in order to signify that the party has begun. Luckily, there are plenty of other ways to alter your bridal style while still ... Read More »
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