Sandy’s Weddings in Vieques Blog

Wedding Planner Tell All – The Most Overbearing Mother of the Bride EVERRRR – Sandy’s Blog in BRIDES

Hey there! If your mom isn’t pushy then you might have trouble relating to this blog, but read it anyway because you probably know somebody’s mom who is torturing her through her wedding planning. You can tell them to go look at BRIDES and see they could have it worse. Right? Wish them luck! Sandy

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How to Create the Ultimate Bridal Emergency Bag – Guest Blog by Claire-the-Intern

After spending months interning with Weddings in Vieques, there is one thing I have learned we cannot forget when we are running to a wedding—the bridal emergency bag. It’s always on our list of things to bring and it’s something we use every single wedding. Every bride likes to think that every single second of the […]

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Groomsmen Gone Wild! Epic Stories of Some of the Worst Members of the Wedding Party – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington Post

True life, I’ve had more than one client kick a member of the wedding party out after they arrived on the island for a destination wedding. This blog is about some particular groomsmen, but I’ve seen it happen with bridesmaids too. And I’ve had to hunt down those dresses they took with them to reclaim […]

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Do You HAVE TO Invite People Who Don’t Support Gay Marriage to Your Same-Sex Wedding? – Sandy’s Blog in BRIDES

No. You never have to invite anybody who doesn’t support your union to your wedding. I explain it very clearly in my BRIDES blog. With that said, if it’s a very close family member, you may want to evaluate the long term repercussions before you make your final decision. End of day, anybody who isn’t happy for […]

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5 Tips for Turning Your Summer Internship into a Real Job Offer – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington Post’s Biz Section

Hi everybody! You know I feel passionately about helping undergraduates and new graduates find good internships in their career field, and even more, making sure they’re equipped with the tools to actually get a job in any field when all is said and done. If you have a summer internship this year, check out my blog in […]

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Don’t Believe Wedding Vendors Who Claim They Can DO IT ALL – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington Post

I HATE IT when a wedding vendor who knows how to do one or two things pretends to know all just to take more of brides and grooms’ wedding budgets for themselves. You cannot be everything to everyone. You cannot be an expert at all things. Read my blog in The Huffington Post to help […]

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What to Do When Your Fiance’s Sister Doesn’t Like You – Sandy’s Blog in BRIDES

You don’t have to adore all of your new family that you get when you get married, but getting along with your new spouse’s siblings can be the key to a happy marriage. Especially if he comes from a close family. Check out my BRIDES blog for handling a future sister-in-law with a chip on […]

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The Logistics of Planning a Gay or Lesbian Wedding Ceremony – Sandy’s Blog in BRIDES

Happy Wedding Planning! Gay and lesbian couples have so many choices as to how to run their actual wedding ceremony, but it’s best to have a solid plan in advance. Check out my BRIDES blog today for some tips on making things go smoothly! #OneLove! Sandy

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Beautiful Wedding Décor Has to Be Realistic to Execute Too – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington Post

Hi there brides and grooms! I love pretty wedding décor as much as anybody, but I have to shy away from things that are clearly staged or unrealistic. Check out my blog in The Huffington Post that explains my concerns and warns brides and grooms what to watch out for! Until next time, happy wedding […]

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What Reality TV Viewers Want to Know About How their Favorite Shows Work – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington Post

Hi Everybody! This blog was inspired by my interns, true millennials who have grown up in an era where most of what’s on television is considered “reality TV.” They had a lot of questions and I had some of the answers, so I took a whack at answering them in this blog in The Huffington […]

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