A neckline that sits below the shoulders.
The person in charge of the wedding ceremony. They must be legally able to marry someone in their state but are not required to be a clergy member.
Most printing these days is offset, which means the original image is transferred from a plate to a drum before it is transferred to the paper. This process produces print that sits flat on the surface.
Displaying proofs from an event over the computer, that allows you, your family and friends to view, share and purchase your wedding photographs…anytime, anywhere.
Abbreviation for Out-of-town guests.
Catered food grown without the use of pesticides or fertilizers. The food is often sourced from sustainable, local vendors.
Flowers grown without the use of chemical pesticides.
A semisheer, stiffer fabric holds a lot of shape, it is usually used on structured styles, like full skirts and overlays.
A decorative cloth that sits on top of the underlay to provide contrast in color or texture.