Recent Blog Posts

Planning the Perfect Buffet

Holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and other special occasions bring family and friends together in celebration. Yet it is easy to forget that weeks and months of preparation and planning goes into just one day of feasting on delicious delicacies, succulent bite-size entrees and fun entertainment.

6 Ways to Ditch the

The following article was originally posted on Style Me Pretty. From the start of my wedding planning, I knew I wanted my day to be nontraditional. During our initial design consultation, I told our wedding planner, Keri Ketterer of Always Yours Events that I did NOT want a cookie cutter wedding. Of course, that's easier said than done but today I'm sharing a few key ways we're planning to break away from the norm by incorporating unique and unexpected touches.

Tips on Finding Your Wedding Insipiration

This article was originally posted on Style Me Pretty. As a little girl, I'd often dream about what my wedding would one day look like. Of course at that time, Barbie and Ken weddings were a common occurrence in our household (I'd even go so far as to pick wildflowers for Barbie's mock-bouquet). It's memories like this that remind me that even from a young age I've had a relentless passion for celebrations, beautiful and meaningful details, flowers, and love. Now that I'm actually engaged, it's been so fun to dream up what I really want our big day to look like and feel like. While getting caught up in the inspiration and endless possibilities of decor is fun (sometimes!

Renting Guide to Rototilling

While driving through upstate New York recently one thing was very clear, it was tilling season. Gardeners and farmers all around are beginning to fire up their tillers and prepare their flowers and vegetables for the warmer months to come. Tillers are used for more than just turning soil.