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Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Venue

  Choosing your wedding venue might seem very easy from an outside perspective. Really, it necessitates some serious planning! You don’t want to choose a venue the size of your back garden and have invited over 200 guests to your wedding for example! To avoid similar awkwardness that could ruin your best day, you need to follow a few guidelines.   Choosing Your Wedding Venue     First of all, you need to know your guest list! How many people have you invited and how many have replied “yes”

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Match your wedding venue to your wedding style

Match your wedding venue to your wedding style

Your wedding style and your wedding venue go hand in hand. To make it easier for you to match your wedding style to an appropriate wedding venue, we’ve listed some of the most popular wedding styles and paired them with wedding venues that would brilliantly complement your unique wedding style: Wedding style: Rustic wedding Appropriate venues: barns, farms, ranches, outdoor tents, country houses If you love nature and you cannot imagine getting married in an indoor space, then you should definitely incorporate your rustic wedding style to your wedding venue! The venue itself will be a focal point with its natural beauty and individual charisma, so you won’t need to add too many touches to make it look (and feel) just perfect for your sophisticated, yet down-to-earth rustic wedding. Wedding style: Classical wedding Appropriate venues: hotels, ballrooms, resorts, banquet halls, country clubs If you are into timeless elegance and impeccable style, you are probably going for a classic wedding.

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Wedding Invitation Trends 2015

Wedding Invitation Trends 2015

Are you a traditionalist or a trend-follower? Either way, planning for your big day inevitably includes the best of both worlds (in different proportions).

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Surprize Wedding

Surprize Wedding

Would you get married on the same day you were proposed to? That’s what one couple did. Over the course of a year the groom-to-be, Shawn took notes on what his would-be fiance, Coleen wanted at their future wedding, everything from guest list to paper lanterns.

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Renting Tents

Renting Tents

If you’re hosting an outdoor wedding you’re most likely going to need a tent for that. If your reception venue doesn’t already have tents available it will be up to you to rent one.

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Luxury Wedding Ideas

Luxury Wedding Ideas

If you’re recently engaged and looking for some fabulous ideas to set your wedding apart from all the rest, here are some fabulous ideas that will make your wedding unique beyond your wildest dreams! Belmond is a company that owns and operates hotels, trains and cruise boats all around the globe. They have incredible hotels in stunning locations like Machu Picchu, Taormina Mare, Botswana, and Bali. They have 3 trains in Britain, and own 2 trains that run on the Oriental Express’ Europe and Asia lines, as well as the Belmond Hiram Bingham that runs in Peru

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Luxury Wedding Ideas

Luxury Wedding Ideas

If you’re recently engaged and looking for some fabulous ideas to set your wedding apart from all the rest, here are some fabulous ideas that will make your wedding unique beyond your wildest dreams! Belmond is a company that owns and operates hotels, trains and cruise boats all around the globe. They have incredible hotels in stunning locations like Machu Picchu, Taormina Mare, Botswana, and Bali. They have 3 trains in Britain, and own 2 trains that run on the Oriental Express’ Europe and Asia lines, as well as the Belmond Hiram Bingham that runs in Peru.

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Potluck Wedding

Potluck Wedding

A potluck wedding dinner is a great way to include your guests in your wedding day. This would not be limited to local guests either, the out of town guests can bring trays of food from a grocery store, or baked goods from a local bakery.

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All In One Venue

All In One Venue

If you want to marry in the same place that you plan to have your reception in, you can usually get a deal through a hotel, conference/meeting centre or museum/library that allow weddings on site. In order to get this all inclusive deal you’ll need to have the specifics of your wedding roughly pre-planned, how long do you plan to use the facilities, how many guests, the necessary rentals, and catering to start

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