Oh So Classy Events is an Every Last Vendor!

Oh So Classy Events is an Every Last Vendor!

We are so very excited to announce that Oh So Classy Events is officially an Every Last Vendor within Every Last Detail’s exclusive vendor guide! Thank you so much to Lauren Grove at ELD for inviting us to be part … Continue reading

How To Pick the Perfect Honeymoon Spot


Your honeymoon is a big deal, don’t let someone tell you otherwise. It’s a chance for you and your new spouse (congratulations) to get some alone time and fully unwind. I don’t know if anyone has ever told you, but planning a wedding can be extremely stressful! Now, it’s your chance to fully relax and enjoy some one on one time that you haven’t really had once the engagement was announced. But the big question is: where should I go? There are so many places to choose from, and now the world is your oyster (thanks, Shakespeare). Whether you have a ton of money to spend, if you’re on a budget, you like beaches and he likes skiing, you can find a place that suits both of your needs. Here are some things you can do to choose the best honeymoon spot for you and your new hubby!


First, consider all the logistics. Just like your wedding, you need to know how much you can spend and what your budget will be for the trip. You’ll also have to take into consideration work or other commitments and how long you’ll have to get away from it all. If you have a huge budget and lots of time, a place farther away and more lavish may suit you. If you have a tighter budget and less time, perhaps somewhere closer where you can spend a week may be right for you. It all depends on your needs. But once you figure this out, you’ll have a better idea of what location you can realistically do.


Second, use google to your advantage. There are so many places out there that I’m sure you or me or anyone else has never even heard of. There are hundreds of lists and blog posts (including my previous one, check it out) showing many different unique places you could go. There are even some extremely different hotels you can find so you can truthfully say that you’ve spent a night in a treehouse instead of in a Hilton. Find ones that you (or him) might be interested in a make a list. Jot some of your favorites down to research and figure out which ones are the most realistic for you both.


Third, ask around. Ask your friends, ask your family, ask your hairstylist. What was the best place they’ve ever been to? What was their most interesting and fun vacation they’ve taken? You’d be surprised at what someone might say and it might spark your interest in checking that place out. It’s always better to take advice from someone you know and who can tell you straight up instead of reading something about it on the internet.


Fourth, read the internet. I realize I just told you that advice from someone you know is better than what you read on the internet but hear me out. Check out websites like Trip Advisor or Yelp and see what activities or restaurants are near where you’re looking. If you notice that the top attractions are museums and landmarks and you’re the type of couple who enjoy jumping off cliffs or zip-lining, that location may not be right for you. People on these websites aren’t getting paid so their reviews are straight up honest opinions of what that place is like, which can really help you out in the long run.

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Fifth, talk to your spouse. I understand that you may have had this dream since you were a little kid to go to France for your honeymoon. However, you have to take into consideration what your spouse wants. Maybe he has been there a few times and it’s nothing really new anymore. Maybe they have a better idea, something that you both can really enjoy and new that you both have never seen before. Really, sit down and have a conversation. Like I said, your honeymoon is a big deal and it’s not going to be that amazing trip you’ve always dreamed of if both of you aren’t fully stoked for it!

So, take my advice and take your friend’s advice. Find somewhere that’s perfect for the both of you! It’s hard to get used to, but now it’s really “us” instead of “you”. Hopefully that doesn’t freak you out. Good luck and enjoy that amazing vacation and relaxation that you deserve!

Wordless Wednesday: Honeymoon Destinations

If you’re in the planning stages of your wedding and still haven’t picked a destination for your honeymoon yet or  just want to see some great pictures of where you could  be right now, this post is for you. Let these photos awaken the traveling side of you and pick a honeymoon destination that is a little…unconventional. I mean, do you really want to be the sixth of your friends who went to Hawaii for their honeymoon? I didn’t think so! I’ll let the pictures do the talking this week for our Wordless Wednesday!


Cape Town, South Africa


Copenhagen, Denmark


Disneyland Paris

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Lencois Marahenses, Brazil


Make Peace Island, Australia


Portmeirion, Wales


Satorini Island, Greece


Tulip Fields, Netherlands


Vaadhoo Islands, Maldives


Vancouver, Canada


Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

How To: Keep Kids Entertained at Your Wedding


Having kids at your wedding could be the greatest idea ever and the not-so-greatest idea ever. It’s been a long time debate that some have a strong opinion on and whether or not you decide to invite them is entirely your choice. However, if you do make the decision on having a few (or more) kiddos at your wedding, you definitely need to make sure they’re entertained. I mean, could you imagine being young and having to sit quietly for hours? Exactly! So it’s time to step out of your adult comfort zone and think to yourself, “how do I entertain these kids?”


The first thing to do is to include them in your wedding. Depending on how many children you’ve invited, there is always something that needs to be done, big or small. Obviously, there are the two big roles: flower girl and ring bearer. Then you have to think of the little things, like passing out brochures or assisting guests to their seats. It might sound silly, but kids like feeling useful, and even the smallest task can make them enjoy your day just a bit more!


Another great idea is having a kid’s table, where all the children are sitting together. Kids can usually entertain kids fairly easily and having them at separate tables beckons for them to be getting out of their seat and running over to the next one. It also makes it easier for meal choices and allowing the adults to have more adult-friendly conversations. Win/Win!


If you’re feeling really generous, you can create a DIY activities bag. A few coloring sheets, some crayons, and a dollar store puzzle can keep kids entertained at least until food is served. The more attention kids have on the activity bag, the less they have on doing something else. 


Lastly, and the easiest route, is to create some activity on the dance floor! Adding some limbo, the cha cha slide, or other kid-approved games, gets kids onto the floor and having some fun. Plus, your adult guests might be happy to have the mix on the dance floor as well!


Again, having kids at your wedding is entirely your choice. But, if you do decide to have them, it’s always a good idea to keep them entertained and enjoying your day as much as you are!

Wordless Wednesday: Flower Girls & Ring Bearers

It’s been a while since our last post but what could be a better way to pick it back up with? That’s right, another Wordless Wednesday! This week, we’re all about the kids in the wedding- our flower girls and ring bearers. It’s not all basic suits and dresses for these little ones! Take a look at some of these beautiful girls and handsome boys and let inspiration flow for your own day.



Wordess Wednesday: For the Groom

Happy hump day! Today is all about the groom. Nine times out of 10, when people think of weddings, they often think of “the bride’s big day.” We can’t forget that it is equally important for the groom as well! He is about to marry the love of his life and should have a voice in the wedding planning process as well as the big day itself. Here are a few things the groom can use to add a touch of his personality into the wedding. Whether it be through a fun groom’s cake, a unique boutonniere, or quirky party favors, the  groom has plenty of opportunities to add his own flair.

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Simply Blissfully

Cake Chooser


Wedding Wire

Glendalogh Manor


Pets are a huge part of many people’s lives, so it only seems natural to include them in weddings. This growing trend is perfect for showing your animal-loving side! Whether it’s using your dog as a ring bearer, dressing up the cats in wedding attire, or taking pictures with that sweet horse for engagement photos, couples everywhere are sharing their big day with their pets!

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Hilary Cam Photography

The Chive

Angela Disrud Photogrphy


Falon Photography

Cinderella For A Day

Gambol Photography

Jeff Cooke Photogrphy

Heather Parker Photography

Breast Cancer Awareness!


As we all know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Therefore, the importance of this post goes beyond any other! Here at Oh So Classy we believe it is important for all women to do self-examinations, and to visit the doctor if any irregularities or questions arise.

It is especially important for brides, bridesmaids, the mother of the bride, and the mother of the groom to constantly be checking themselves for lumps. Every bride deserves her big day and deserves to have all the women in her life be there to witness it. Breast cancer is a serious issue, but with early detection, it is easier to remove and/or take care of.

There are a few ways in which you can perform self-exams. Here are a few links providing information on how, why, and when to do self-exams, and when to visit a doctor.


And of course, this app is definitely worth downloading: Your Man Reminder App!

Again, we can’t stress enough how important it is to check your breasts. Feel free to share your stories about self-exams, personal triumphs, or a family member’s or friend’s fight.


Meet our Fall Intern – Hayley!

Hi everyone! We are well into the season and would like to introduce you to one of our interns this fall.

MEET our new Fall Intern – HAYLEY:


Hayley is currently a senior at the University of South Florida pursuing a degree in mass communications with a focus on public relations. She is creative, detail oriented, organized, and enthusiastic. All of these qualities add to Hayley’s passion for event planning and ultimately lead her to Oh So Classy Events!

After planning the senior prom in high school, Hayley realized how rewarding it was to achieve her goals and to see how happy the senior class was with the event. Furthering her event planning passion, she worked as the Director of Marketing for USF’s chapter of Timmy Global Health and aided them in the logistics of their annual art show at the Tampa Bay Museum of Art. Currently Hayley is the Director of Communications of USF’s chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America. She is working closely with the Special Events Coordinator to help plan the Mass Communications Hallo-Weenie Roast.

In her free time, Hayley enjoys spending time with her friends and family, going to the beach, and reading. She also dabbles in graphic design, drawing, and crafting.

With one internship already under her belt, Hayley is well-equipped for the new and exciting tasks OSC will provide. She looks forward to working closely with Sasha, Maggie, OSC clients, and vendors to ensure an amazing planning experience and an even better event!