1. Why is there such a big range in pricing for photographers, and how do you select the right one for yourselves?
2. After going through all the magazines and blogs for inspiration, how do you nail down the right design for your own wedding and how do you thread elements throughout the wedding to make everything look and feel cohesive?
3. How do you create a realistic budget, and be able to stick to it?
4. How do you create a wedding day timeline to flows well, to ensure that you and your guests will have a wonderful experience?
5. What are some cost saving tips when it comes to choosing your wedding flowers?
6. What are elements that you must consider, when thinking about the lighting for your wedding?
7. What do different textures of musical instruments sound like, and how do you determine the number of musicians or type of musicians you should have at your wedding venue?
8. How do you sit, stand, and walk gracefully in your wedding gown?
.....and much more! You will get information that is not commonly found in magazines or anywhere else. There will be absolutely no 'selling' going on, just teaching from our professors.
In addition to all the useful tips and information you will get, you will also have a really fun time sampling delicious food from the Four Seasons Hotel, learning to dance from the fabulous Cynthia Glinka, and be part of a drawing for a 3 night stay at a luxurious Four Seasons resort for their honeymoon!
To keep our classroom sizes small and intimate, we are capping our event at 150 students. Please register early to reserve a spot.
All photos above by Janae Shields
Second row: Photography/Videography Group--Lara White, Kevin Chin, Andrew Hsu
Third row: Beauty/Attire Group--Armando Sarabia, Design Group--Gloria Wong
Fourth row: Design Group--Nancy Liu Chin, John Woods
Not pictured here:
Menu Planning Professor--Paul Kuhn of Four Seasons Silicon Valley
Planning and Logistics Professor--Mary Dann of Mary Dann Wedding & Party Coordinators
Attire Professor--Gabrielle Medrano of Gabrielle's Bridal Atelier