Newtown woman makes invitations for ‘Persnickety’ brides

from The News Times, by Dirk Perrefort (Photo by Carol Kaliff)

Denise Buzy-Pucheu has started several successful enterprises over the years, but she’s found the most joy in helping brides get ready for their big day. Click here to read more...

Wedding Inspiration at Kittle House

from The Westchester Wedding Planner, by Aida Krgin

The Crabtree’s Kittle House has been home to numerous gorgeous weddings. The beautiful combination of garden, historic charm and the farm to table restaurant make this venue a very special place for a Westchester wedding. Click here to read more...

Tips for flower girls and ring bearers

from She Knows, by Maria Mora

Now that your oldest friends are saying 'I do' you’ll find your kids being tapped to participate in wedding parties. Navigate the etiquette and structure of modern weddings with our helpful tips for flower girls and ring bearers. Click here to read more...

How To Propose On Valentine’s Day!

from Jennings Wire, by Corinna Kaufman

Should you or shouldn't you? The answer is YES, but there is so much more to consider. Hear from experts like our very own Denise Buzy-Pucheu to make sure you've thought of everything for this momentous occasion! Click here to read more...

Sandy Hook Business Spotlight: The Persnickety Bride

By Wendy Ann Mitchell (Patch Staff)

Our small business series shines a light on local business owners in the community. Click here to read more...

14 Gifts for Tech Savvy Guests

By Mitra Sorrells

From selfie sticks to wireless speakers, check out some of the newest gadgets to give your guests. Click here to read more...

The Connecticut Bride Magazine

Fall / Winter 2012

"Up, Up, and away. Denise Buzy-Pucheu of Persnickety Promotions in Sandy Hook (and the soon-to-be-launched had a fun-loving bride and groom forego standard "Save the Date' cards for a mailed balloon that had to be blown up in order for the recipients to find out the scoop. The balloon theme was also carried through to the reception, where the couple had several hundred balloons with different saying on them on display."