Data brokers scour the internet in search of personal information they can resell, and your wedding website could be subject to this threat. Other cyber scammers pursue vendor fraud– posing as fake photographers, florists, or DJs and tricking couples out of their money. While online wedding planning is advantageous, it’s crucial to know and avoid the risks of online vendor fraud. To make sure your wedding day goes off without a hitch, keep reading to learn the do’s and don’ts of wedding websites!
And here we are, lovelies! Entering Phase 1 of the ‘Recovery Plan’. But what does this mean for you and your wedding planning? While I imagine Virtual Wedding Planning will continue to be an impactful piece of the wedding planning journey, we wanted to give a quick update of what you can expect as your […]
Believe it or not, it looks like there is an actual end in sight for our current stay-at-home orders. As many states and counties are tentatively beginning Phase 1, we are excitedly planning and adjusting for what this might look like when it comes to planning your wedding. While we’re not out of the woods […]
We have a saying around here at Whatever Is Lovely – Hope for the best but plan to make adjustments. And with many cities and states extending the current Stay At Home Orders, it looks like we’ll have to start adjusting our best-laid plans. Last week, we shared with y’all how to reschedule your wedding. […]
With all the craziness of COVID-19, you might be a bride who is faced with the unfortunate reality of having to postpone your spring or summer 2020 wedding. We know how stressful (and upsetting) this can be, especially after all the time and effort put into planning your perfect day. But just remember that no […]