After averaging 10 weddings per year for the last seven years, jigg has become somewhat of a wedding expert. One thing he loves to do is judge the maid of honor and best man speeches – everything from the type of stories shared to how long they speak for (he actually takes out his phone [...]
Thanks to Addy for letting me know that physical gifts are worth about 70% of its monetary value to the recipients. (Read: Wedding Gifts: Cash is King.) I wonder how my card recipient will feel about their other non-cash presents after reading this card. Here’re the links to the studies if you are curious: https://www.amherst.edu/media/view/104699/original/christmas.pdf http://www.francisflynn.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Money-cant-buy-love.pdf
Wedding season is in full swing again and one of the most common questions I hear guests asking is “What should I get the bride and groom?” First lesson in finance: cash is king. In the hierarchy of wedding gifting, I noticed that many gifters rank cash at the bottom of the sincerity and thoughtfulness [...]
Using the Uncle Sam recruiting poster as inspiration, I helped Lawrence and Suet create a playful invitation where they let their family and friends know that they are wanted at the wedding. I love working on these non-traditional designs — it’s cool when couples set themselves apart.
We were looking for something “photojournalistic”. jigg and I told our photographer that we wanted our wedding photo album to have a “photojournalistic feel” to it – pictures that are unsuspecting and spontaneous, and shots that capture events in mid-action because we felt that those were the type of pictures that told the best stories. [...]