Tag: texas hill country weddings

Venue Manager vs. Day of Coordinator

The job of a Venue Manager is to handle all issues related directly to the buildings and grounds.   Problems with the air conditioning, plumbing, lighting, water on the floor, no toilet paper in the bathroom, etc. These are the types of things that should be reported to the Venue Manager. A good Venue Manager is… Read more »

Wedding Insurance

  Bad things happen to good people. Even with meticulous planning, highly rated vendors and diligent follow up, badthings can still happen. This is why you need wedding insurance. Don’t worry if you are unfamiliar with it; it is a legitimate and necessary part of your planning. There are two main types and you will… Read more »

Save Money on Your Decorations

Want your wedding to be beautiful and memorable while saving as much money as possible? Of course you do! Well then, carefully evaluate the walls of the venues that you are considering. Walls that are interesting in their own right don’t need decorating.   If they have lots of texture and great color they will make… Read more »

Hill Country Wedding in the Round

Up for something a bit different? How about a wedding in the round? Instead of the usual rectangle of chairs with an aisle in the middle, why not be surrounded by your guests? There’s something formal and distancing about being confined to the back of the event.   But there’s something warm and inclusive about surrounding… Read more »

Autumn Weddings – Texas Hill Country

Here in the central Texas Hill Country, fall is a lovely time for an outdoor wedding. The days are cooler, we start to get some foliage color and many of the flowers are still in bloom. Roses and iris usually bloom well into December. Native fall asters, white salvias, and blue sages are reliable bloomers,… Read more »