Without a recommendation from a trusted friend, it can feel like you’re looking in the Yellow Pages for a place to get married. I decided to consult the pros — people in the wedding business, people in the know about what works and what doesn’t, people who have their own favorite places with their own special memories of working there. I turned to a wedding officiant, florists, musicians, photographers and caterers to tell me where they’ve really enjoyed doing their jobs.
Recently a friend asked me: “If you could perform a wedding, what would it be like?” Let me see….
“Much of my work, and certainly my book, won’t really make much sense unless you’ve had some taste of obsessive love/unrequited love at some point in your life.”
He wanted it to be real, Jack Warren explains, and sometimes it was
Perhaps the future lies in digital narratives, like videogames. I just hope, for the sake of young lives, that they are as effective as books.
I work as an event planner. My day job often requires I step outside myself to behave as though I’m
There are 405 photographers listed in the Hudson Valley area on popular wedding website TheKnot.com. There are 93 caterers, and
In an article posted shortly after the Supreme Court declared marriage a universal right, Mike Adams, editor of the Natural
Lately the Catskills have become one of the prime areas for destination weddings. New venues, from renovated barns to golf
My first memory of planning a wedding might have been around the age of six. To me, weddings were a