Wedding pros, Daniel Moyer and Danielle Pasternak, come together to share their wedding industry and wedding planning knowledge through stories, interviews, tips and practical advice. In the wedding world, there is a great deal of dated information prancing through the interwebs and the Put A Ring On It podcast was created to help couples navigate the modern world of weddings by knowing which rules are ok to break and why certain traditions have stood the test of time. The show is created for anyone planning a wedding and wants insider knowledge and downright sensible wedding planning advice.
Season 9 Q&A
It’s our final episode of Season 9 and we’ve compiled some of our favorite listener-submitted questions for our traditional, end-of-season Q&A. In this episode, we talked about Save the Dates, wedding party gifts, including pups in your wedding, organizing wedding emails, alcohol, and more. Thank you to our Ringer Club members for their support through another great season!
State of the Wedding Industry
Buckle up, Ringers. We’re sharing some major behind-the-scenes transparency as we recognize how COVID has affected the wedding industry and begin to look to the future. This episode is all about sharing what you might not realize is going on behind the scenes of the wedding industry, plus how and why it’s affecting you. It might be rough for now, but if we all come from a place of understanding, compassion, and grace - it will help everyone in the long run.
11 Things You Don’t Want To Forget To Do
There are a lot of things on any wedding planning list you can find on Google. In this episode, we cover the items that are often forgotten about and WHY you should make sure to plan for them. This is a great episode to jot down some notes and do your future selves a solid.
Finding Your Wedding Mantra with Carrie-Ann Kloda
In episode 105, special guest Carrie-Ann Kloda of Kith & Kin joins us to talk about finding your wedding mantra. We talk through why wedding planning is as stressful as it is and what you, as the couple, can do to find your focus and set healthy boundaries through the wedding planning process. Because the wedding is one day. The marriage that comes after is meant to last a lifetime.
The Really, Really Big Guide To Wedding Photography
In this episode, Dan really spreads his wings to share his wealth of knowledge about all-things wedding photography. We talk through every step of the process with logistics, helpful tips, and of course, with Dan at the wheel, you know there’s lots of feels.
Microweddings: Go Big By Going Small
Episode 103 is all about microweddings. What they are, why we think we’re going to see more of them in future years, and what makes them so incredibly special and wonderful. Danielle stepped away from her “tips” on this episode and got deep in the feels with Dan as they shared their experiences and opinions. Whether you’re going big or going small, this is still a great episode to enjoy and listen to with your SO.
I absolutely love listening to this podcast! As someone who is a wedding professional and is now planning their own wedding, I knew I couldn’t listen to anyone who made me feel like I was a cog in the wedding industry machine. Dan and Daniel are soooo fun to listen too, very down to earth, and It feels like they’re the mom and dad of my wedding! I’m so excited to listen in for their new episodes and am happy to have them along on my wedding planning journey!
LOVE Jamie Lee from Netflix “Wedding Coach”
She is really, truly awesome!! I know this podcast is from April 6th but The one episode she is talking about having a major conflict w one of the bridesmaids was absolutely HoRRIFiC!! That person, sister of the groom, was just an evil person and she looked like she would rather punch you than speak to you. Whoever hired her at her “most important” new job is in for quite an awakening. I hope they watched that show to see how she treats other humans. She was disgusting.
Very cool & insightful!
I am director of sales at a wedding venue and love this podcast! Helps me hear candid thoughts to improve service and experience for couples! Light and fun at the same time.