When deciding how to do your hair on your wedding day, we recommend you consider different styles. It is important to do a trial with your stylist and you should bring photos of styles you're considering.
With all the recent engagements, we thought it would be good to revisit some advice about announcing the big news.
You just said “yes” and can’t take your eyes off the new piece of bling on your left hand. What next?
Tell everyone the good news, of course! But wait…before you text, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook (or whatever social media tool you’re obsessed with) a picture of your hand; put down the phone and think about who should really be the first to know that you are engaged!
Children: Without a doubt if either of you have children, they should be the first to hear the news. This change impacts them the most. Combining into one family is a very exciting time, but it can take some transition.
Parents: If your new fiancé followed tradition, your parents will be expecting a call from you. Be sure to give his parents a call too!
Once you have shared the news with your kids and parents, it is free game to pick that phone back up and share the news with the world! You may also want to consider submitting an engagement announcement to your local newspaper, sending an email to your entire distribution list and getting a start on your wedding website to share the news.
Finally – Congratulations on your engagement!
Once you’re ready, give Sapphire Celebrations a call and we can set up your free one hour consultation.
Sapphire Celebrations combines the energy, perspective and creativity of two generations when planning weddings and events throughout Colorado. Founded by a mother and daughter team, Sapphire Celebrations reflects their Colorado heritage with family roots dating back to 1907. Owners Pamela Drennan and Angela Johnston are proud of the high level of service for which Sapphire Celebrations has become known. Two full service coordinators, three associate coordinators and ten assistants take pride in exceeding the expectations of clients who entrust them with their event.