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The top 5 things to do after the YES!

Karen Herford • Owner~Wedding Planner~Designer • Events! by Karen Herford

Whether it happened over a romantic dinner, during a walk around the park or you just turned around to see the person you love bending down on one knee, it has happened – you are engaged!


What an extremely important time in your life – the first thing you should do is BREATHE….in…then out – great job.

One more time….in….then out. Ok. Good!

Now let’s talk about some additional things to prepare you for planning your wedding. As a wedding planner, I obviously have many ideas of what should happen after you are engaged. I want to share my top 5 things to get you started. I think after these 5, it’s more a matter of personal preference.

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Hyak Photography Photo Shoot

Photo Shoot for the cover of the Summer/Fall
Wedding Resource Guide Cover 2015

4The photo shoot for the cover of The Wedding Resource Guide was done at the beautiful Cave B Estate Winery & Resort by Hyak Photography. The Cave B Estate Winery & Resort is located near George, Washington. The resort offers some spectacular views of the Columbia Reiver. Their stay accommodations range from the private Cliffhouse to a rugged back to nature Desert Yurt.

Relax at their spa, in the Quiet Room which is softly lit and features a constellation ceiling. Your experience starts as soon as you walk in. They specialize in "Treatments from the Cave" using materials indigenous to the land like basalt and river stones, lavender, and more.

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On the edge Photo Shoot

Photo Shoot for the cover of the Winter/Spring
Wedding Resource Guide Cover 2015

Cover Image FlatWEBRiverside Place, formerly the Masonic Temple, nestled in beautiful downtown Spokane, is a turn of the century building, gracefully echoing the curve of the Spokane River and is one of a series of buildings, monumental in style that forms the Riverside Avenue Historic District. The recently remodeled grand building still maintains its Neo-classical style, with eighteen freestanding columns rising two stories high in a stunning, picture-worth fashion.

Behind the classical splendor of the facade are equally grand interior spaces, with much of their original historic character carefully preserved. 

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