Wedding Planning Expert
In a journalism class at the University of Maryland, College Park, Caitlin Krebs realized she was more passionate about weddings than politics. Caitlin completed internships with Bayside Bride, The Knot, and WeddingWire before being offered an Editorial Associate position with WeddingWire. Caitlin worked for WeddingWire for over three years. Caitlin went on to work for U.S. Utility Corporation as a Senior Administrative Associate and started Caitlin Krebs Events, a boutique event planning business.
Caitlin was offered an Editorial Associate position with WeddingWire after completing multiple wedding-related internships in college. Caitlin regularly wrote wedding ideas articles, managed real wedding submissions, served as the lead real weddings editor, and attended New York Bridal Market. Caitlin was then promoted to Senior Editorial Associate. Caitlin’s favorite projects were first-hand accounts from her own experiences. Caitlin then moved on to U.S. Utility Corporation where she worked as a Senior Administrative Associate. Caitlin started Caitlin Krebs Events in 2016 and services couples in Baltimore, Maryland.
Caitlin received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Articles published by Caitlin Krebs
Share this wedding photo list with your photographer to make family photos and portraits on your wedding day a smooth experience.
From tables to barware and everything in between! This wedding rental checklist will ensure that your big day has every detail accounted for.
We know that finding the right words to recite is NOT the easiest feat, so we've put together a wedding vows template to help you write the most memorable words.
Wedding dress shopping—and all the surprises and advice that comes with.
Bridesmaid dress shopping isn’t as easy as going to the mall and buying something off the rack, there are a number factors that go into pulling together a cohesive look.
On the morning of the wedding, the levels of both excitement and nerves will be high. Don't cause even more stress by asking questions that will aggravate the bride.
It is the one project that you might just want to pass on to the paper pros—the calligraphers! Read what they had to share below.
Just when I thought the wedding logistics were behind me, I had a not-so-pretty project to tackle!
Don’t fear your feet—here are five ways NOT to embarrass yourself on the dance floor.
Some parents have the need to please and won't turn anything down, or they're the complete opposite. Here’s how to deal with those that can't say no (or yes!) below.
Before turning into a last-minute bridezilla, take a step back from the stress and remember to R-E-L-A-X! Here are eight tips to keeping calm, cool, and collected.
With all the time in the world to make your wedding a reflection of your relationship, it better be ON FLEEK! Check out these 35 sure-fire ways to succeed.
If you were deemed with the daunting task of planning a bachelorette party for your bride-to-be, here are six ways to keep it stress-free.
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Start your search for a wedding videographer with these tips.
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