5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Wedding Planner - By Chrissy Kumornik of CK & Co. Wedding and Events
Did you know it takes approximately 200 – 300 hours to plan a wedding?
That’s a lot of time! Wedding Planning is supposed to be one of the happiest times of your life, but it can cause even the most organized people to become stressed. Working with a professional can help to make the process much easier and reduce stress. Here are five reasons why you should hire a Wedding Planner.
This is the second guest writer for the blog. I am happy to introduce you to Janice Brown (no relation the last guest blogger Alison Brown). A compassionate person that truly has everybody's' health at the front of her mind. You can read more about Janice in her bio at the bottom of the blog post. This is her introductory blog post. I am excited for you to read this blog post but also excited for the future blog post she will be writing using her expertise in yoga, breathing, and overall health and wellness. I think this can be especially helpful for those pregnant mama's that are reading this blog post. I am going to try to get a masculine blog post in the future as I know that the blog posts focus on woman. Keep reading below for Janice's blog post.
What is One-For-One Essential Worker Gratitude Session ?
Inspired by Anastasia Chomlack (check out her Instagram, Facebook, or Website)
Every 1- Hour Family Session booked between now and April 30th will purchase an additional photo session for an essential front line worker of your choice and their family.
If you are just interested in purchasing a 1-Hour Family Session to donate to a front line worker, you can do that too! This also works if you do not know who to donate the complimentary photo session too, I can find a front worker who would be very appreciative of this gift.
If you’re not in a position to invest at the moment, but would love to be apart of giving back, please message me and nominate an essential worker that you’d like to see receive a complimentary family photo session.
A little history about Puddicombe House...
Built in 1868, in the elegant Italianate architectural style, it first served as the home of Samuel Merner, a prominent New Hamburg businessman and politician. Merner spared no expense in construction or decorative details of his grand house. Located on Peel Street in the central downtown of the town, the exterior boasted characteristic Italianate gables, gracious porches and heavily ornamented windows.The interior competed favourably with the exterior in elegance. Twelve foot ceilings, ornamented bay windows and burnished wooden floors lend an air of grandeur to Puddicombe.
Keep reading below to find out more about this wonderful wedding venue in located in New Hamburg, Ontario a short drive from on Kitchener,Ontario.