December 2015

RSVP cards have got to be one of the biggest frustrations of wedding planning.  You can make all of the arrangements, but if you don’t have a good headcount, you won’t have any idea how much of everything you will need.  The number of tables, chairs, plates, cups, and favors, for instance, needed can be impacted.  And, of course, there is the concern about catering and cake ordering.

Wedding planning is often something that women look forward to immensely.  That is, until they realize that there are more ideas that just those in their own heads.  Having to include the thoughts of her mother, soon-to-be mother-in-law and future husband can make the planning more of a challenge that she would have expected.  There are also a lot of details, many of which are not as exciting as choosing the dress and color theme, which can make the bride-to-be lose her zeal for planning. If you have found that wedding planning is not all that you imagined it to be, then consider how celebrating small achievements can make the process much more enjoyable.

At the risk of stereotyping, men are generally pretty easy to please. You meet their basic needs, and for the most part, they’re happy campers. Your wedding is no different. If you want to keep the male portion of your guest list happy, it isn’t really that tough. We talked to a few different guys and found out what makes them say, “Wow, that was an awesome party!” Here’s what we found out:

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