The Bridal Etiquette Series, Part 1: Hey Brides, Are You Ghosting Vendors?

I am bringing this 3-part series to light about bridal etiquette in the hope that you can receive the best service, results, and experience while booking your wedding vendors. Many Brides don’t realize their approach isn’t giving them a leg up on the competition; allowing them to secure the best vendors, and pricing.   Remember that guy from college that …

Wedding Venue: Are Greenhouse Conservatories the New Barn Trend?

I almost hesitate to even write this article due to the fact that I’m not sitting on a cash cow of capital to run out and invest in my own theory…. But I’m starting to feel a shift and since my goal is to bring new and fresh ideas to my followers, here it is! Think back to 2008-2009, the …

It is Time For a Wedding Industry Revolution – Brides, Are You Ready?

As a professional planner who’s been in the wedding industry for more than 16 years and spent her life pouring over anything exquisite, beautiful and feminine, I am so excited that you are here. The idea of that a woman can transform into a queen for a day is just divine and the idea of this day left me healthily …

Guest Blogger Interview Series – Feature Amy Collins

I created Teach Me To Wed for a simple reason; I want Brides everywhere to have access to sound advice that is simple, experienced and helpful. I set out to bring information that, as an experienced full-service planner, I give my clients and bring that sought out information to brides everywhere. I designed easy to follow templates, in-depth video tutorials …

TeachMeToWed.Com showcased in US News and World Report

Wedding planning is supposed to be exciting, but the process can quickly become stressful as budgets grow tight. According to the 2017 Real Weddings Study from The Knot, an online resource for wedding news and inspiration, the national average wedding cost $33,391. So, it probably comes as no surprise that 74 percent of engaged couples say they will go into …

2018 Wedding Trends

Every year the industry looks to the new and upcoming ideas that we think will be smash hits for the upcoming wedding season.  Below are some of the emerging ideas that we have procured from industry specialists. Kelsey Crews, Kelsey Crews Photography, Santa Barbara, CA “The biggest trends for 2018 wedding photography will be anything that helps create dynamic imagery, …