Let us provide the elbow that guides your trip down the aisle. Because we all know that aisles—though straight and narrow – can trip you up sometimes. We believe that, until you’ve read this section—and subsequently gathered all the green wedding advice possible, internalized the folly of movie brides & grooms, turned to local vendors for wedding gifts, scouted out local organic caterers, and pondered the varied wedding customs of the world—your first step will be a doozy.

Five Bits of Info You Must Provide Your Wedding Guests

a tip from the experts: remember to share who, what, when, how, and why

The basics are easy: who, what, where, when, and why. But don’t forget to make sure your guests are prepared to celebrate with you by making sure all their questions are answered...

Fake Bride, Fake Groom, Fake Wedding

how one totally faux wedding helped wedding professionals better serve local brides and grooms

For the Chippewa Valley Wedding Professionals, planning the perfect faux wedding is a way to help market each others’ wedding businesses and connect brides and grooms to the resources they need to be successful ...

Local Jewelers See Rise in Engagement Numbers

more Chippewa Valley couples are getting ready to say ‘I do’ amid pandemic

In the past six months, my Facebook and Instagram feed has been clogged full of delightfully thrilled couples flashing sparkly stones with some (not very) witty caption: “The easiest ‘Yes’ I’ve ever said,” or “I can’t dance to Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies’ anymore!” – or worse, “We did a thing." ...

Love Is Sweet: Sweet Legacy Hosts Wedding Market

find the wedding décor of your Pinterest dreams at the Sweet Legacy Wedding Market

Want to make your big day extra memorable? Head on down to the Sweet Legacy Wedding Market, March 3-6. Sweet Legacy is a local wedding shop ...

COVID-19: The Wedding Crasher They Never Expected

couples get creative in the midst of pandemic

With our wedding three months out, we’re at a standstill. The “Safer at Home” order prohibits groups of over 10, and the pandemic has no end date. So now what?

Wedding Photo Story: Honoring Family, Celebrating the Future

Chippewa Valley Residents Blong and Pang Hang were married at the Swan Door Barn in Wisconsin Dells. They were also married at Pang’s parent’s home. Their two weddings celebrated their Hmong heritage, integrating traditional wedding ...

5 Things You Must Tell Your Wedding Guests

The basics are easy: who, what, where, when, and WHY. But don’t forget to make sure your guests are prepared to celebrate with you by making sure all their questions are answered ...


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