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Published: Monday, January 3, 2011

FROM THIS DAY FORWARD

Whether you're dealing with major issues like determining your budget or guest list or making decisions about details like earrings and flowers, remember that it's all a build up to what should be one of the happiest days of your life. Your wedding planning should reflect this so prepare yourself to enjoy the process and know that with creativity and a willingness to be open-minded, you can achieve the wedding of your dreams. Have a vision from the beginning as to what will define your day – a big picture image of how things will look, sound, and feel and you'll be surprised at the seamlessness with which the myriad of details come together. Many couples plan wonderful weddings and receptions without undue stress, debt and conflict while keeping their eyes on the prize, creating a fabulous celebration of the uniqueness of their love and the life they'll lead for years to come. So, you are probably thinking… "where do I begin?"

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Wednesday, April 6, 2011 @ 10:49:52 AM

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Posted by: The Socialite Girls
Tuesday, January 4, 2011 @ 5:13:31 PM

Jodi, Select a wedding destination. Consider various factors, such as exchange rate and climate. Research various sources, from online wedding sites to travel books. Choose a specialist destination Wedding Planner. Outsourcing destination wedding plans to a professional can be a huge relief to the bride and groom, especially when dealing with unknown territory. Contact the Consulate or Foreign Embassy. Confirm the legal and residential requirements to get married in the country of your preference. If you have hired a specialist, discuss if this is her responsibility. Make sure that you have the proper documentation needed (passports and any other needed identification). Select a wedding date. Take into account the time frame and the steps that are required in order to ensure that the wedding can occur. Research climate and try to avoid a busy tourist season. If you plan on having your wedding at a resort, be sure to avoid an onslaught of guests that could potentially be stuck in the background of your wedding shots. Also, find out if your wedding will be the only wedding that will occur. After all, you may not want to be competing against several other brides for scenic space. Create a budget. When budgeting typical wedding needs, such as the venue and catering, also consider the exchange rate and how it will impact your wallet. Your Wedding Planner will help you find dependable wedding suppliers within the area. Decide whether you would like to stay in the same hotel as your guests. Decide if your Wedding Planner should book their rooms or if they should book it themselves. Your Wedding planner may be able to get a group rate. Plan transportation for the wedding guests. Research which airlines arrive to your wedding abroad. Find out if airlines offer discounts for group booking. Figure out how your guests will be transported from the airport to their hotel. Your Wedding Planner can help with this. Let your guests know about your destination wedding as soon as you possibly can. Send out invitations early. Send out the invites at least eight months in advance, especially if you plan to have a number of guests. Do research on the local customs. You may want to even incorporate some wedding customs into your overall theme. For example, in Italy, many couples will have a traditional Italian wedding cake.


Posted by: Jodi Hill
Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 5:52:07 PM

My fiance and I would like a European destination wedding. How far in advance should we start planning, where do we begin?


Posted by: The Socialite Girls
Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 3:54:02 PM

Monica, Your Wedding is one of the most important events in your life. You need to ENJOY the process! You can contract a Wedding Planner (to handle every detail), event designer (to handle all décor related aspects), or both. Day of coordinating is always an option. By hiring a Professional Wedding Planner, you will rest assured that your dream wedding will become a reality. A Wedding Planner will provide a wide variety of creative ideas that impart current trends and styles to your setting.....inspiration, imagination, and innovation are just a few. A Wedding Planner works with a variety of Brides with a range of budgets. The Planner will have a repertoire of Venues, Vendors and Design ideas to recommend that will fulfill your wedding/budget needs. We recommend that you discuss your ideas and thoughts with a Wedding Planner to determine exactly what will best suit your needs. Call us!


Posted by: Monica
Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 2:52:03 PM

What exactly does a wedding planner do? Do I find everthing (ie: the cake, the dress, the venue) and give it to you to put it all together or do you help me find all of these things? It just seems so overwhelming!


Posted by: The Socialite Girls
Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 2:23:57 PM

Tiffany, Booking your Vendors MUST be your priority....the best Vendors book quickly. We recommend at least one year in advance. Once you have decided on your Venue, you will have a good idea of what type of Vendors you will need to hire. Your Event Planner will give you the best referrals..... reputable and of course those that will compliment your wedding style/design. Give us a call!


Posted by: Tiffany
Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 2:05:28 PM

I was wondering how far in advance I need to start finding and booking vendors for my wedding?


Posted by: Jaime
Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 1:13:25 PM

I am so excited to send my brides to your blog. You two ladies are amazing and everyone should know about you. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and love for weddings and events.

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