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10 Wedding Color Tips | The Ultimate Wedding Color Guide

Color. Simply put, it's the single most important unifying feature when it comes to the look of your wedding day! So then it probably doesn't come as a surprise to you that a lot of people find that selecting the right wedding color palette can be a bit overwhelming. 

But if you think about it, it's a whole lot easier than you think. And guess what? I'm here to help! The key to creating a stylish and successful wedding color palette is really about understanding the relationship between colors. And no, you don't have to be a color wheel expert to figure it all out. Simply find a starting place and then let your intuition guide you.

1. Let Your Location Inspire You   

When deciding on a wedding color palette, the one thing I always recommend is that you consider the reception space. For instance, if you're having a seaside wedding, the natural choices are calming colors like blue. And, in contrast, if you're marrying in a big fancy ballroom with green and gold carpets, fuchsia and lavender details are just not going to work. (no matter how hard you try).

2. Let the Season Be Your Guide   

Mother Nature should never be forgotten. Especially if you plan for an outdoor wedding. A color may work year-round, but barely-there hues like beige can appear incredibly washed out for during those Winter months. Doesn't make or break a color, but definitely something you should consider before deciding.
3. Do a Little Research  

Become aware of color combinations that you are attracted to, whether it's color ideas you've discovered on Pinterest or while flipping through a stack of home or fashion magazines. You'll find that there really is color inspiration to be had almost everywhere you look! Once you find a few favorites, be sure to jot them down.
4. Swatch & Compare   

Now that you have a few favorites in mind, to choose an exact hue, I recommend visiting a local paint shop. Collect swatches or chips of colors you might want to use. Trust me it really does help you visualize things. And this will also help you get specific, so that when you decide on blue you'll know if it's navy blue, royal blue, slate blue, or powder blue. Looking for something hand held that you can take to all of your vendors? Be sure to check out the Pantone Wedding Color Fan Guide - A guide to all the hottest wedding colors. And most importantly, it enables you to easily communicate your wedding colors to vendors, florists, and your bridal party! 

5. Choose Your Primary Color  

After you've compared your favorites to one another, decide on the colors that you're leaning towards most and go ahead and let yourself start dreaming of the possibilities. For example, let's say I decide that I want a purple wedding? Now that I've made that decision, it's time to start thinking about the different shades and tints within that color's spectrum. For example, are you leaning towards a darker shade like eggplant or towards a lighter shade like lavender? Typically Spring and Summer are reserved for the lighter shades and Fall and Winter work best with the deeper, more saturated hues.

6. Determine the Mood    

Figure out what emotions you want your celebration to evoke. A peaceful, relaxing retreat? A upscale, romantic affair? A fun and exciting, high-energy party? A modern fete? Now think back to the color that you're considering as your primary color. Does it evoke the sort of feeling you're hoping to communicate? If not, it might be best for you to go back to the drawing board.

7. Consider the Lighting  

Let's be honest. Lighting can make or break a space. And it definitely ties into the whole mood thing. I recommend that you talk to your event designer or lighting expert about how to best transform your space - especially if that space includes lots of white walls. Tip: Soft shades like pink will warm up a space without overpowering it.
8. Consider the Big Picture  

And last but not least, don't forget about the big picture. You have a bridal party to dress, remember? And so just because you love those romantic and ethereal blush tones, doesn't mean that it will be super flattering on all your attendants. What's pretty on paper, can't always be pulled off as picture perfect in reality. Are you confident that the colors you're considering will work with all aspects of your day?

9. Ask Yourself How?  

Now that you've considered the big picture, it's time to start determining the ways you will incorporate your palette into your big day? How will you actually incorporate those colors into your big day? Will you add color to the tables with your florals? Will you have your custom napkins made to match? Maybe a seat cushion to coordinate?

10. Can You Find Items to Purchase?  

If you can start imagining exactly how the colors you're considering will actually be used, congratulations, you're well on your way! But before you go ordering that mint cake, make sure that you're able to find other items in those colors that you like that will match or coordinate with your overall palette.

Tip: just because you've chosen a color palette, doesn't mean that it's super easy to locate coordinating decor. So keep this in mind before making your final decision. You don't want to get stuck with a color palette that proves to be too difficult to work with.

Need help getting started? Simply click a color swatch below. They don't call this the Ultimate Wedding Color Blog for nothing ;) Happy planning!
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10 Ways to Have a Beautiful Wedding Day on a Budget

When you consider that the average wedding costs over $20,000, you may be thinking that there’s no way you can afford the day of your dreams. You may not be able to go all out, but there are lots of ways to pare down your costs and have a gorgeous wedding. Here are ten ideas for saving money, allowing you to afford a beautiful day on a budget.

1. Keep the Ceremony Realistic
If hotel ballrooms and country clubs are out of your budget, think of the less expensive, creative alternatives. These could include gardens, parks, beaches, or – cheapest of all – someone’s home or backyard. And don’t forget the creative choices that may reflect your personal story: the college campus where you met; the mountaintop where he proposed; your favorite restaurant.
2. Pare down the Guest List
The fewer guests you invite, the less you’ll spend on invitations, postage, rented tables and chairs, food and wedding favors. Plus, having a short guest lists means you can easily accommodate invitees at a home or backyard wedding. Limiting your guests to family and close friends with still make your day meaningful and will cost a lot less.
3. Choose Low-Cost (or free) Invitations
For invitations, save the dates and thank yous, try shopping online rather than in specialty boutiques. If you’re crafty, you can make your own! You’ll save money by eliminating engraving and fancy enclosures, and you’ll have a one-of-a-kind design.
If you’re a child of the digital age, you may just want to keep it simple by setting up a wedding Web site and take RSVPs online.
4. Dress for Less
The quest for the perfect dress means pounding the pavement. Visit bridal shops and boutiques to determine what looks best. Next, do a search on eBay or Craig’s List – you might be surprised at what you will find. (However, make sure you have accurate measurements before you whip out your credit card). Shop sample sales, consignment shops, outlets, or online (search for “cheap” or “used” wedding dresses) and don’t eliminate prom and cocktail dress as options.
5. Good Photography Doesn’t have to Cost a Bundle
Everyone has a friend who is good with photography, so don’t be shy about asking (and be sure to get your photos in a digital format so you can print them out yourselves). Or, employ a professional photographer, but use him or her only for the ceremony and a couple of posed shots. Put instant cameras on the tables at the reception and let everyone take photos, leaving the cameras behind as they leave the festivities!
6. Flowers: Less is More
Have an artistic friend make your bouquets out of seasonal flowers bought at the wholesale or farmer’s market. Long-stemmed Gerbera daisies and some greenery tied with a bow are colorful and beautiful. Boutonnieres are a snap to make, and you can go green by including natural objects like seashells, rocks, branches, or leaves in your wedding d├ęcor.
7. Decorate for almost Nothing
You don’t have to hire a decorator to make your reception space shine. Use a vases, pitchers, or jars from thrift stores as centerpieces and fill them with garden flowers and greenery. The mix-and-match look is one-of-a-kind and definitely a hot trend. Accent tables with tea light candles in glass jars or pillar candles of different sizes set in groups. Surround candles with sprinkled rose petals or leaves.
8. Forget the Champagne
Champagne is expensive and can up the cost of your reception, especially if you plan on serving it all night. Forego the champagne toast and serve only wine or beer – plus at least one non-alcoholic drink – instead. If you want to splurge, serve a signature cocktail designed especially for you (keep your wedding colors in mind and let the color scheme carry over into the drink).
9. Reduce Food Costs
Sit-down dinners are extremely expensive, so you might jettison that banquet in favor of something else. Serve a signature cocktail with a variety of appetizers so guest can mix and mingle at food stations. Plus, a wedding where people can get up and walk around can be more fun and feel less formal. An all-dessert reception is also very popular for late-afternoon weddings, and can feature all your favorites, from cream puffs to cheesecake.
10. Cut the Cake
A huge, multi-tiered wedding cake designed to serve 300 people is going to cost you a bundle. Instead, opt for a small, two-tiered cake for show and for that cake-cutting moment, but order sheet cakes, cookies, or cupcakes to serve the guests. Believe it or not, you can also rent a beautiful non-edible cake (search online for options) that will make for the perfect centerpiece but will cost you a fraction of what a real cake will cost and eliminate the danger of falling tiers or other mishaps.


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Tips And Tricks For Your Wedding Day



People who have planned a wedding know how much angst and effort goes into the whole process. From the florist to the caterer and baker, it can be hard to keep your wits about you. Fortunately, the advice from this article can help you with your wedding arrangements.

Choose a less popular month to get married if you want to save money. The wedding season traditionally begins in May lasting through September. When this is going on, it will cost more to have a wedding. If you can't plan your wedding at any other time, book your venue as soon as possible to get a great deal.

If you decide to cater your own wedding party, go to the big wholesale stores, like Costco. Wholesale prices are generally lower. You may want to ask your friends to chip in with buying food.

Add special little decorative touches to all of the element in your wedding. Take the ribbon you use in a bouquet for instance, and use the same ribbon for table centerpieces, your hair or your gown. The little details like this help you pull all of the various aspects of the wedding together into one coordinated event.

Think about wedding transportation. Try to have limos and taxis available for those who do not have a ride to take them back to their hotel at the end of the night. This helps those who have drank too much.

You'll want to be able to dim the lighting at the wedding reception. You may not think this detail is important; however, consider the effect of low lights on parts of your reception. For example, you may want to dim the lights for your first dance or other important dances and brighten them when you want everyone to participate in dancing. Talk to the venue owner about the light settings. Don't rent a venue that doesn't have the settings you want.

It could be anyone, really, but they should be able to help you carry your gear. Your assistant can help you round up the family members for the group pictures to make things run even smoother.

You will want a dance floor space in the room you rent for the wedding reception. Nothing is worse than everyone being crammed together during a dance, so move things out of the way to help create extra space.

Your guests shouldn't wait while you are having pictures taken. Have pictures of the couple and groomsmen in advance. Having as many photographs taken as possible beforehand will help the transition between the ceremony and the reception go much smoother.

A reception held around lunchtime is a great idea. Since most of your guests won't be interested in drinking much alcohol during this hour, you can save money on your bar costs. It will also be cheaper if you have a lunch time reception and you can have better food or use the money saved to invest in your honeymoon!

Craigslist is a good outlet for locating local talent for your wedding. Be sure to meet in person, and bring your groom along for safety, prior to handing over any money.

Consider silk flowers for your wedding instead of spending a lot of money on luxurious floral arrangements. You can buy silk flowers well in advance to avoid the stress of getting fresh flowers a few days before the wedding.


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Keep Your Wedding Day Happy By Using These Tips To Prepare



Your wedding is a wonderful opportunity to express your joy and share it with those you love. The following tips will help you make sure that your wedding is a wonderful event that you will remember fondly.

If you're wanting to have money for other things concerning your wedding, try keeping a tighter budget on the venue by picking a wedding date that's not necessarily in season. Many brides and grooms decided to tie the knot between May and September. These are the times when wedding venues are most expensive. To help ensure you are able to book the perfect venue, plan well in advance.

When you are planning your wedding festivities, think hard about the kinds of alcoholic beverages that are going to be available, and also how much of a price tag they will carry. An open bar that is available all evening can quickly become a very costly endeavor. If holding the wedding at an outside venue, they may have alcohol serving options available that can control costs.

Choosing your spouse is obviously the biggest decision you will make. Marriage will change your life, and the decision to wed should never be taken lightly. You have to consider why you want to live with this person and work on the things that could be obstacles in a marriage.

Transportation is an important thing to think about. You should have taxis and limos to take people home when it's over. This is the right thing to do if you're serving alcohol at your reception.

Personalize your wedding by including unique touches that express the essence and interests of you and your new spouse. Pick a theme that symbolizes the time you two have had together.

A fun idea is to invite your family and friends on a cruise for your wedding. This way, you can begin your honeymoon right after your ceremony is finished. Some of these cruise companies have special prices for weddings and honeymoons on the ship.

You can look for local talent in many places; Craigslist is a great start to find people. However, before giving them any money, meet up with them in person as a couple.

Decorate your wedding with items which represent your hobbies or passions, such as traveling the world. You could fashion your invitations to resemble boarding passes or vintage postcards. Perhaps use an old, leather suitcase as a display case for the programs and families involved in the wedding.

If travel is a common bond between the groom and bride, incorporate this into a theme for the day. Save-the-date notices and invitations are available in styles that resemble passports, boarding passes or vintage postcards. Design your wedding program and guest favors to match too.

Practice your walk in front of mirrors to feel comfortable on your wedding day. If you worry about twisting your ankle, wear pretty flats instead. Comfortable footwear is a wonderful trade off to protect you from falling.

Flowers that are in season where you live are unlikely to be available, or easy to find in wedding destination locations. Consult with a florist to see which flowers are in season or most readily available at the time of your wedding.

A joyous occasion like a wedding can easily turn into a disaster zone, if you improperly plan it.

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How To Create The Wedding Of Your Dreams



The expectations for your wedding can begin to become very, very expensive. There are several things you can do to control costs, and stay in line with your wedding budget. Read this article to learn how to plan an affordable wedding that you will remember.

Set a date outside of the wedding season. Wedding season runs from May through September. During this time, wedding venues will be more expensive. If you really want your wedding during this season, book as far in advance as possible for a great deal.

One consideration in wedding planning is alcohol service. You'll want to determine the way that meets you needs, including the cost and the way to serve the kinds of alcohol that you prefer. Open bars are typically very expensive, especially when they are open for long time-periods. Ask the venue you're thinking of having the wedding at about the different types of alcohol they serve, and what they have in stock.

Do not avoid eating just so your wedding dress will fit. If you attempt to lose weight too quickly, you are going to be dehydrated, just like a fighter getting ready for a fight. You want to stay on your feet during the ceremony and reception. Get a dress that has a corset-like back that is removable.

Full length mirrors are great for practicing the "aisle-walk." If you will be wearing heels, this is even more crucial. Should you be worried about a mishap, consider some nice flats. Having less than sexy footwear is an easy trade-off for not falling on your derriere!

Instead of spending a bundle on a monolith wedding cake, consider a multi-tier design with mini-tarts or cupcakes. People love these arrangements because they don't cost a lot, are versatile, and convenient. Each guest can just grab a cupcake or tart, then put them into special take-out inspired box.

To add spice to your wedding reception, select a caterer that prepares ethnic foods. Use lots of different foods rather than the more traditional chicken and steak. Your wedding dinner can be very memorable when it includes interesting variety.

For a high-impact look that won't drain your budget, consider renting diamonds for your big day. You can get the stunning look without spending too much money.

Make sure that you carefully consider what to include in your vows, as they will be something that your future spouse remembers forever. Keep in mind that your marriage is a strong bond between two parties that must both compromise and sacrifice. Take this opportunity to express your love for your betrothed so that will always be a part of your wedding ceremony.

Midday is your best bet for planning a wedding reception. People consume less alcohol during daylight hours, and this can lower your bar tab. The costs of lunch are far more affordable than catered dinners. Therefore, you can afford to step up your menu or divert that part of your budget to another area, such as floral arrangements or wedding favors.

Of the various kinds of flowers you can choose for your wedding day, silk flowers offer a unique and practical option. You don't have to purchase these fresh so you can buy them months ahead, and you don't have to be concerned with huge floral arrangements.

Silk flowers can be a good option to use in lieu of cut flowers. One advantage to silk flowers is the fact that they can be purchased ahead of time and the arrangements can be made prior to your wedding day.

Your budget does not determine the quality of your wedding. By following the advice in this article, you will have an unforgettable wedding, without going hugely into debt.

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30+ Online Tools For The Perfect Wedding

Spring and summer are considered "wedding season" here in the United States, and of course the web is full of tools and information for you to use. Considering this is a $40 billion dollar a year industry in the USA, these 30+ tools represent but a fraction of what is out there for you to use, but these will get you well started down the aisle to wedded bliss.

Miscellaneous

Brides.com - A bit of everything for the blushing bride including building a web site, gift registry, color guides, community message boards and much more.
OffbeatBride.com - Hate the idea of the traditional wedding? OffbeatBride is definitely the blog for you to check out and find some unique ideas of how to mix the modern with the a taste of the traditional.
Pictoma.com - A site dedicated to vent photos such as weddings that allows you to password protect the photos and then share the link and password with just your guests.
TheKnot.com - From the magazine of the same name, find lots of unique and hot trends for your ceremony.
WeddingChannel.com - A catch-all site bringing you planning tools as well as hairstyle and bridal gown photo galleries to inspire you. Also features links to lots of famous wedding registries such as Tiffany's.
WeddingMapper.com - A Google Maps mashup that shows you locations of chapels, churches, hotels and more.

Planning

OneStopWeddingPlanner.com - Offers 15 free tools to aid in your wedding planning such as seating assignments, guest list, even down to what order everyone will walk down the aisle.
OneWed.com - A general purpose site that helps you locate vendors, look through hairstyles, dresses, cakes, and allows you to share photos of your completed weddings so people can see how you brought it all together.
OurWeddingDay.com - Offers free tools to manage just about every aspect of a wedding including items such as task & guest managers, budgeting reminders, and a free web page for you to put up after the event.
Planaganza.com - A site for planning many styles of events, including weddings. Allows you to organize your event, locate vendors, and more. Full Mashable coverage can be seen here.
TopWeddingSites.com - Localize to your state, the entire United States, the UK, or Canada, and get tips and pointers to planning just about every aspect of your wedding day.
Wedding-Guide.org - The usual bells and whistles on how to plan a wedding with things like a vendor manager, budget calculator, and a handy guide of who traditionally pays for what.
WeddingControl.com - Manage your invitations, RSVPs, dinner orders, seating and more all from one site.
WeddingSolutions.com - As the name implies, this site tries to help you with solutions for every aspect of your wedding. You can set up to-do lists, look for vendors, search locations, and more.
WeddingWire.com - Offers a centralized location to sort through thousands of vendors that you can break down by type of vendor, or by state. Also has a community for you to as questions and get advice from other couples planning to get married. Martha Stewart recently bought a 40% stake in the company.
Weddinic.com - Currently in beta, Weddinic aims to be the place for the bridal party, vendors, and everyone else to keep in touch and on target. Our Kristen Nicole wrote up a fully detailed review of its launch.
WikiWeddings.org - A MediaWiki about all the do's-and-don't of your wedding along with ratings of wedding locations and vendors.

Web Sites

MomentVille.com - A carbon neutral company providing free wedding websites that never expire.
NearlyWeds.com - While the site does charge, it's a fairly reasonable $49 for 2 years with blog, online RSVPs, unlimited photos and more.
SharedWeddings.com - Create a free website for your wedding that will keep people updated and allow them to RSVP online.
WeddingPath.co.uk - A UK-based site for setting up a free page about your wedding, forums to talk with others about weddings, and the ability to browse for vendors.
WeddingWebsites.com - Feeling a bit overwhelmed by the number of sites out there offering to host your wedding web site? Check here for reviews
WhenIsMyWedding.com - Make a countdown ticker for your website or blog to let the world know how long until the nuptials.

Wedding Registries

Amazon Wedding Registry - Naturally Amazon has their own wedding list so you can shop from their millions of products.
Buy-Our-Honeymoon.com - Instead of just registering for household goods, why not register where your honeymoon will be and have people help you with the little added things like parasailing?
Felicite.com - You can set up a registry for any sort of occasion, choose gifts for a lengthy list of well-known merchants such as Apple, L.L. Bean, Cooking.com and more, and then share it with all of the people attending.
JustGive.org - As opposed to registering for traditional gifts, you can sign up for your wedding party to give charitable donations to the charities of your choice.
Lifestyle Registry -Powere by The Knot magazine and Macy's, The Lifestyle Registry lets you either choose your own products or choose your "lifestyle" for a pre-made list. Choose from things like "Happy Hipsters" or "Connoisseurs".
MyRegistry.com - Lets you add gifts from any web store, as well as set up cash gifts, and receive a text message any time a gift is purchased.
TheThingsIWant.com - A universal service that allows you to add items from any site on the web. You can then share it by email with your guests, or post it on your wedding site or blog.
YourWeddingRegistry.com - A group registry that allows you to register for gifts from multiple merchants.
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Prevent Wedding Trouble With These Tips


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What season are you planning on having your wedding in? Are you having a hard time choosing the flowers? There are literally a thousand decisions to make and plan for with a wedding. Regardless of whether you are the bride or groom, or simply someone helping plan the event, the advice that follows is sure to aid in creating a wonderful day.

If you choose to take care of your own food serving at your wedding, try going to wholesale stores, such as Costco. This will enable you to save a lot of money. Think about asking people you know to assist with the food costs.

Alcohol can be a big expense at a wedding, so consider limiting the types of drinks and opt for cost efficient choices. Keeping an open bar doesn't come cheap, but keeping it open for an extended time can be even more costly. The folks running your venue may have affordable bar services, so be sure and ask them about it.

Use a friend or family member's property for your wedding. If you're friends with someone who owns a large backyard, you can have a cheaper wedding there. Try paying someone to come out in advance and after your event to clean the place for the only location-based cost.

You can use the property of someone you know for your wedding. You might know someone with farm or large piece of real estate, which will alleviate one major cost for the wedding. Your only cost will be hiring someone who can come in before the wedding to set up and stay after to clean.

Ask anyone who is giving a toast to share his speech with you ahead of time to ensure that the comments are appropriate. Some material, especially jokes, may fall flat or offend some of your guests, so you want to correct these problems ahead of time. Otherwise, there may be a joke told that may be inappropriate to the youngsters or elderly in the crowd.

Do not crowd tables with too many flowers. Frequently, these flowers are a nuisance to your guests, since they get in the way. You also might want to take into consideration that some guests may be allergic to the pollen in the flowers. Adorn the tables with romantic, non-scented candles instead.

If you feel as though it is wasteful to pay hundreds of dollars for a cake that will have a lot left over, consider a smaller bakery to create a smaller cake that will cost less and be more personal. Some bakeries are able to make healthier cupcakes that contain less than 100 calories in each serving providing you with healthier options such as fruit- fillings in replacement to frosting, calorie-free sweeteners and gluten-free ingredients.

Luxury-loving and fashionable brides could choose to make their bouquet sparkle; try adding rhinestones, Swarovski crystals or even some diamonds. You can do this by attaching small crystals, costume jewelry, or perhaps a special piece of jewelry with some kind of adhesive. Use stones that are roughly the same cut, size, and color as those in your ensemble to ensure coordination.

Instead of spending a lot of money to get a huge cake for your wedding, think about tiers of sweet, delicious mini-tarts or cupcakes. These arrangements are typically much cheaper and convenient. Guests can serve themselves or even take one home as a party favor of sorts.

Congratulations on tackling your fears and reading this far. If you're not already scared off, it's time to plan your wedding. This is your special day. Use the advice here so that you can plan the most perfect wedding.

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Choosing Between A Church And A Hotel For Your Wedding



The moment of engagement is high on the list of the most highly romantic moments in any relationship. That said, the romance of the engagement is often quickly overshadowed by the stress of planning a wedding. If a couple uses the following tips, however, they can maintain the romance of their relationship even while planning the wedding.

Your wedding photographs will perhaps be the most important photographs that you ever own. See to it that you hire professional photographers and pay a little bit more for this if needed in order to document this wonderful experience.

Make sure that you listen to all the speeches before the big day so you can remove anything that is inappropriate. At a wedding, there is normally a collection of different generations present, and you need to remember that a joke that young people find funny may actually offend older guests.

You don't have to overwhelm yourself with an expensive and high calorie cake; contact your local specialty bakeries and boutiques and inquire about getting smaller, individual portions made instead. Some specialty bakeries also ship fresh, low-cal cupcakes and healthy fare, like gluten-free options if you so desire.

Invite the whole family to the honeymoon when you're planning a destination wedding. You can get some great deals on hotels if you need group accommodations. This helps make your wedding experience more memorable for everyone!

Brides should de-stress their skin before walking down the aisle. Look for a bridal facial treatment that includes skin-soothing and brightening ingredients like rose, sea salts, oatmeal proteins, and creamy scrubs.

"Destination" wedding guests will appreciate a thoughtful gift of vacation items awaiting them in their rooms. This gift basket can include helpful items such as sunscreen, sunglasses, disposable cameras and tourist maps that add a nice touch of flavor to the vacation. Also make sure you include a local restaurant guide that makes it simple for them to grab a bite to eat.

A multi-tiered wedding cake can set you back well over a thousand dollars. You can save money by serving cupcakes, small tarts, or cake pops. These arrangements are more convenient, versatile, and more cost effective. Guests can choose a couple cupcakes when they leave and put them in the embellished takeout containers.

Try having your reception midday. People drink less during this time and you will not spend as much on alcohol. In addition, you can save money by serving lunch instead of dinner at your reception. You may be able to purchase a higher-quality menu at lunch time for the price you would have paid for dinner. Keep in mind that if you spend less on food, you can use the savings to pay for another service your wedding requires.

For help with your wedding, you can find local vendors on Craigslist. Don't pay any of your responders a penny until you meet with them personally, and always have your betrothed accompany you, for safety's sake.

If you intend to hold your wedding outdoors, devise a contingency plan in case weather or other problems prevent the wedding from going smoothly. Have some tents on hand, or choose a venue that provides both indoor and outdoor space. Planks can be used on wet ground so guests do not soil their shoes.

Planning a wedding can be done with the right knowledge at hand. However, the information listed above will help simplify the process. Apply all of the information that you have learned for your big day.

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Selecting The Right Colors For A Beach Wedding



Making preparations for the perfect wedding can be the most stressful job you will ever undertake! If you're not exactly sure of how to go about things, this article will offer lots of useful information.

Online wedding gown from idress.co.nz purchases can be easy on your wallet, but give yourself enough time for alterations as needed. It is perfectly possible to purchase a gown for a few hundred dollars and have it altered for as little as $200. Keep in mind any additional costs, and include it in your budget.

When planning speakers for your wedding, they need to rehearse the speech prior to the day in front of you so that you know everything is appropriate. For example, you would want to eliminate any jokes that apply to a very specific group within your guests in order to avoid anyone feeling excluded and to make sure the speech is well-received by all who attend your wedding.

Photographs capture memories that will last a lifetime. Choose to hire a professional who can photograph your day in a way that is going to document all of your special moments, even if it means spending a little extra.

See if you can use a loved one's property for your big day. If you're in touch with people with a farm or a big backyard, this can be a cheap place for you to host a wedding ceremony. Make sure you offer to hire help to prepare and to clean, though. Do not leave this up to the homeowner.

The most important thing when considering marriage is the person you will be marrying. Don't rush into this decision. Take the time to make sure you are ready to make a lifetime commitment to your fiance and consider the things that you love about them, as well as the things that drive you crazy.

The venue you pick needs to have enough room for dancing. Forgetting this can end with a cramped reception, so don't forget this important detail. You can always move chairs and tables to have more space for dancing.

When you choose a makeup artist to help you with your wedding, you definitely want to check out prior work. Are you impressed with their style? You need to be sure you're going to really like the style. You don't need to be around an hour before the wedding stuck with a makeup artist that did a poor job.

Silk flowers can be a good option to use in lieu of cut flowers. Because they don't have to be bought fresh, you can get them far in advance of your wedding, making one less thing you have to worry about on your wedding day.

Consider being married on a cruise ship surrounded only by family and friends. The honeymoon can ensue right after the wedding is over! There are cruise options that carry special rates for couples looking for this kind of wedding and honeymoon option.

Craigslist is a good place to check out local talent to assist with your wedding. Meet the professional in person with your fiance before signing any contracts or handing over money.

As was previously stated, a very memorable and important day in your life is your wedding day. Pulling off a wedding is tough and can put everyone involved under a lot of stress. Fortunately, the advice in this article can help you to minimize stress at every stage of the planning process.

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