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Your Perfect Ceremony Site

Your wedding ceremony is a family union and reunion, a sacred contract, a religious vow, and the most meaningful occasion of your lifetime. To have a church ceremony, you must be a member in good standing of the church for a specified amount of time prior to the ceremony. There will be pastoral pre-wedding counseling […]

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Your Perfect Wedding Should be in Writing

While you are dreamy eyed about your perfect wedding, it’s absolutely essential that you are cleared eyed about your contracts for your wedding services. Please require a signed contract for the ceremonial site, even if it’s at your church. No letter or telephone promises, and ditto for officiants; they perform many ceremonies a year and […]

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Your Perfect Team of Vendors

Before shopping or surfing yourself into a quivering puddle, evaluate what your own emotional and report needs are from your vendor bridal team. Consider these questions as you assemble your team: Do you want the photographer to submit a preplanned list of all the photos or do you want one that is spontaneous? Do you […]

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Your Perfect Venue

Selecting your venue should occur as early as possible, between ten and twelve months in advance. Criteria can include: There are many types of venues: hotels, inns, resorts,country clubs, farms, gardens, fraternal halls, churches, historic homes, wineries, taverns, restaurants, parks, art museums, public buildings, waterfronts, and your newly landscaped backyard. While hotels are more expensive, […]

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Your Perfect Budget

The average cost of a wedding in the US is between $19,000 and $33,000, but most couples spend less than $10,000, not including the honeymoon.There are many factors which make up these costs: from the bridal gown, to the rings, to the party favors, and the cake. Make a list of what is important to […]

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Choose Your Perfect Date

To select a date that is convenient for your family and friends to attend, you must consider several important notes. Make sure the date you choose is not conflicting with graduations, vacations, holidays or exams. Also remember that certain dates, such as New Year’s Eve or Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Mother’s Day, and Christmas are at […]

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Define Your Perfect Wedding

There are so many marketing slogans that are applied to weddings such as “Cinderella,” “Princess,” “Storybook,” “Forever After,” “Dream Wedding,” and “Extraordinary.” So, it’s easy to start thinking that your own wedding lacks fairy dust. Remember, your wedding isn’t a Hollywood movie, but a union of you and your soon-to-be husband/wife; as well as a […]

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