Posts Tagged: marriage

Marrying the Millennials

In case you haven’t heard, this year is our 20th anniversary officiating weddings in the Central Texas region. Earlier this week, as we pondered twenty-year-celebration logistics and timelines, Rene (amazing PR Director here at Austin Weddings Unlimited), asked me: What’s our “why?” At first I thought this was the opening line of some new take on… Read more »

Five Things Every Wedding Ceremony Needs

You are engaged. Now the work begins, right? The dress, the colors, the music, the food, the venue, the photographer. Then there is transportation, makeup and hair, guest lists, save-the-dates, invitations, seating arrangements. Oh! And a marriage license! And hey – probably someone to sign that license, too. We get it. The actual ceremony, the… Read more »

The Power of Pause in Marriage

Bride and Bridesmaid

My wedding rehearsals are full of little bits of instruction, trivia, announcements, and well – rehearsing. It’s not a science, but it does make life easier. One announcement I make is, of course, to not lock your knees.   Fainting isn’t fun, and dramatic moments are mostly overrated. I always tell the wedding party that I… Read more »