$100 cash in your pocket. Refer Us.

Thinking about buying those new pair of shoes but don’t have the extra cash on hand? Well, don’t you worry. Let Savannah Events and Weddings give you the cash you need. You have now until September 13 to refer our wedding planning services to your newly engaged bride. If the bride books with us for 2013 you receive $100 cash and the bride will receive $150 off our services. This is a win win deal. And a sweetdeal you don’t want to miss. Tell your newly engaged bride to contact us @ 912.631.2390.  Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new...
How To Re-Define Marriage

How To Re-Define Marriage

How To Re-Define Marriage By: Maggie Reyes The first year of marriage is the perfect time to decide and design *exactly* what you want your marriage to be like. I was going to write a long its of 12 Easy Steps to Re-define your marriage. Instead it really boils down to two. Do these two and you are done. Well 2 and 1/2 really. But I decided not to count. 1. Question Everything. Traditional “roles” are a lie. We made them up. And just like we made them up once, we can make them up again. Back in the days of serfs and nobles, marriages were business transactions preserving property and land and establishing peace by uniting two families who would have to protect each other’s holdings instead of fighting each other for them. So, question everything. Who works? Who takes care of the kids? Who cooks? In my house it’s Chef Hubby and he is amazing. If I was “cooking” we would be living on Hot Pockets, Rocky Road and Bread with Butter. And perhaps a pre-cut salad and an apple every now and then. Not Pretty, People. Chef Hubby it is. So question everything – together. Decide together. Re-decide together periodically. Is this still working? How can we make it work better – so you are happy and I am happy? 1b. After you have questioned everything – Upgrade the Quality of Your Questions. Question Everything isn’t just about the status quo, it’s about the quality of questions you are asking yourself about your life and your love about theirs. What is our vision for our life...
Answers to the Name That Place Setting Contest!

Answers to the Name That Place Setting Contest!

Formal Place Setting The one rule for a formal table is for everything to be geometrically spaced: the centerpiece at the exact center; the place settings at equal distances; and the utensils balanced. Beyond these placemats, you can vary flower arrangements and decorations as you like. The placement of utensils is guided by the menu, the idea being that you use utensils in an “outside in” order. For the illustrated place setting here, the order of the menu is: Appetizer: Shellfish First Course: Soup or fruit Fish Course Entree Salad (a) Service Plate: This large plate, also called a charger, serves as an underplate for the plate holding the first course, which will be brought to the table. When the first course is cleared, the service plate remains until the plate holding the entree is served, at which point the two plates are exhcnaged. The charger may serve as the underplate for several courses which precede the entree. (b) Butter Plate: The small butter plate is placed above the forks at the left of the place setting. (c) Dinner Fork: The largest of the forks, also called the place fork, is placed on the left of the plate. Other smaller forks for other courses are arranged to the left or right of the dinner fork, according to when they will be used. (d) Fish Fork: If there is a fish course, this small fork is placed farthest to the left of the dinner fork because it is the first fork used. (e) Salad Fork: If the salad is served after the entree, the small salad fork is placed to the right of the dinner...
Letter To Our Friends

Letter To Our Friends

Dear Friends, As the year comes to a close, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank you, JL Events LLC’s supporters, for your continued well wishing, referrals or just staying abreast on what we are doing here with this little event planning company. For the new year there will be a new us!!  We are proud to announce that we are changing company name from JL Events, LLC to Savannah Events and Weddings – SEW. The name change is due to the significant improvements we have started to make in last half of 2012.  The company will continue to run in its current owner structure and we added some extra assistants to the company, but Amanda Hollowell will remain as the main contact. At the same time we will change all our e-mail addresses to amanda@savannaheventsandweddings.com and info@savannaheventsandweddings.com. The old e-mail addresses will continue to be working for the foreseeable future. Our web domain and email addresses www.jleventsllc.com/blog will be forwarded to www.savannaheventsandweddings.com starting in mid January 2013. During this time we are still up and running and offering free consultations. Please feel free to call or schedule your appointment Thanks again for your cooperation during this time of change, and we hope to have your continuous support. Follow us on Twitter at @marrymesavannah for the latest wedding and event trends, plus free advice 🙂 Please like us on Facebook as well at https://www.facebook.com/SavannahEventsandWeddings Thanks for a great year and many more 🙂 Sincerely, Amanda Hollowell Owner and Planner Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share...