26 Jun, 2017

7 Handy Items You Can Repurpose for Your Wedding

By | June 26th, 2017|Detail of the Day, Guest Bloggers, Real Weddings|0 Comments

7 Handy Items You Can Repurpose for Your Wedding Couples these days are planning their weddings not only with an eye on their budgets, but also with an eye on the environment. From farm-to-table reception menus to creative floral alternatives, weddings are becoming more and more eco-friendly and community-centric. If you’re a couple who wants [...]

15 Mar, 2017

Pros vs. Cons: Hiring Your Own Wedding Vendors

By | March 15th, 2017|Guest Bloggers, Just Marry! Team, Press Release|0 Comments

When it comes to hiring your wedding vendors, there are generally two schools of thought. In School One, couples hire all of their vendors themselves. In School Two, couples work with a company (like Just Marry!, for example) who specializes in booking all-inclusive wedding packages where they hire the vendors. If you’re not sure which [...]

8 Feb, 2017

Wedding Jewelry Trends for 2017: Sapphire Engagement Rings

By | February 8th, 2017|Guest Bloggers, Wedding Fashion, Wedding Ideas|Comments Off on Wedding Jewelry Trends for 2017: Sapphire Engagement Rings

Wedding Jewelry Trends for 2017 Today we’re happy to be featuring another wonderful guest post by Ronnie Berg with The American Wedding! Having been in business since 1919, this company has served generations of satisfied customers with their quality and values. Today Ronnie is sharing some of the knowledge and predictions the company has gathered [...]

3 Jan, 2012

2012 Wedding Trends with Guest Blogger Mark Kingsdorf

By | January 3rd, 2012|Guest Bloggers, Orlando Wedding Planner | Just Between Us Wedding Blog, Wedding Ideas|1 Comment

We are so excited to start the new year by sharing some insight into 2012 wedding trends with you! Especially since we have a special guest blogger whose work and advice has appeared in publications such as Martha Stewart Weddings, The Knot, USA Today, and on HGTV! He is also designated as one of only [...]