Look, we'd be lying if we told you that your wedding day will be anything less than a bustling blur . But after preparing, attending, and participating in countless weddings over the years, we've boiled it all down to the seven most important things you can do to keep your sanity and make your special day actually feel special.
Like many brides, I spent 15 months planning every single detail of my wedding. But two years later, I don't remember much about any of that. The things I actually remember from my wedding are the "insignificant" moments...
Wondering what a consultation with Vow Muse entails? Read on for a few easy steps to let you know what to expect before, during, and after your consultation.
"I don't even like talking about the wedding," one woman told me. It was weeks before her wedding and she was getting it from all sides: "Every day, everyone is asking me, 'How's the wedding planning coming?'"
When I think back across the people I’ve met in life — whether they were crushes in high school or customers buying a used Sue Grafton novel — what stands out is how many people I can’t remember.
The streets and sky are clear, and we’re meeting a couple engaged to be married. We’re in the business of love. Alicia and I mint currency in words with a delicate exchange rate between symbols, metaphors, and customs
Sending save-the-date notes can be a strain on a wedding timeline, but there are ways to make sure your guests receive the correct information while not going completely bonkers. Angie provides insight into how she approached this for her wedding.
Is there a ghostwriter in our midst? You bet there is! Late last month, Annie Vainshtein talked with us about what we do and the evolution of the modern wedding. Her write-up in the San Francisco Chronicle's online publication, SFGate, turned out to be really interesting and insightful.
On September 25, 2017, Vow Muse was featured on a segment of Good Morning America about "side hustles!"
Good lord, weddings are expensive. Even a casual, small one. Getting help from family can be a lifesaver, but what strings come attached?
The first foray into the marathon that is wedding planning: picking a date... and all the things that come with it.
What's so weird about telling people you're engaged? Lots, apparently.
Angie recounts how it all started when one man asked one very big (and very expected) question.
After seven years watching weddings unfold from a quiet corner of the proverbial room, one Muse got an insider's view of planning a wedding. Please join Angie in the upcoming series recounting these new perspectives on the wedding experience in A Muse Gets Married.
With alternate readings to swap into the ceremony, ideas for truly one-of-a-kind rituals, plus a bonus speed-version of how to write you own vows, this puppy helps you not just get started, but finish, your dream ceremony. See inside now!
We've got a sneak peek of what's inside the Pride Edition toolkit! See 8 (count em!) pages of what you're in for, including the Table of Contents, a page of the ceremony, and one of our oft-not-mentioned (but super useful!) appendices.
It's a big world out there, full of individuals who each experience love in unique and powerful ways — and Angie and I recognize that, but we wanted to do more than say, "Heck yeah, we love love!"
Yep, we are talking old-fashioned missives — no postage required!
Think of wedding letters as the ultimate love letter. Something you write for your sweetheart, and just your sweetheart, on your wedding day. These wedding letters often encompass what DIY vows historically have, but are read privately before or after the ceremony.
- always a bridesmaid
- custom ceremony
- destination wedding
- guest list
- help writing vows
- maid of honor
- making decisions
- mangagement rings
- mens engagement rings
- personal story
- Skylar Astin
- thoughts & feelings
- vow muse
- wedding basics
- wedding budget
- wedding history
- wedding party
- wedding planning
- wedding rings
- wedding timeline
- wedding vows
- your ceremony