In the past, couples were pretty easily able to separate their work lives from their personal lives. Work took place (mostly) at the office, while everything else—including wedding planning—occurred at home during off hours. During the coronavirus pandemic, however, many couples are finding themselves working from home, making it difficult to find the right balance between work and wedding planning— plus household responsibilities, exercise, getting enough sleep, and more.
There are plenty of articles out there that walk wedding planning couples through the steps of finding and designing their perfect cake. As much as we appreciate that useful information, we'd love to offer our own set of unique tips, from a venue's perspective. Take a look, you might find some useful information below.
We've officially wrapped up summer weddings here at The Aerie, and we could not be any happier with the outcome from this season. Now is the perfect time to look back on all the weddings and reminisce on the individuality of each one, while acknowledging the trends that helped shape this summer. Take a look below to see what trends we saw here at The Aerie, and maybe get some inspiration for your upcoming day.
We’re back this week and we’re super excited to share the greatness that was the Lucky wedding. Kate and Jared held their perfect Pacific Northwest themed reception here at The Aerie. They were able to plan their grand affair from the east coast, with the help of Aerie coordinator Chelsea Hutchinson.
For The Aerie, Sierra and Caleb's wedding was a day of many firsts. After months of renovation, The Cave was finally ready to be the backdrop of someones special day. Its seems fitting that the first couple to wedd there had such a memorably unique day.