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An intimate wedding ceremony followed by a bigger wedding reception party

An intimate wedding ceremony followed by a bigger wedding reception party

A lot of couples are considering the option to have a small wedding ceremony followed by a bigger wedding reception party. The problem is that this is a very delicate matter as the wedding guests that are invited only to the wedding reception may feel like they are not as important to the couple as those who have been granted access to all wedding events (including the wedding ceremony). So, is it OK to invite just a portion of your wedding guests to the wedding ceremony

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Wedding Catering Tips and Advice

Wedding Catering Tips and Advice

The wedding catering is that “pinch of salt” that can turn any wedding from an ordinary one to an unforgettable one.

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Out-of-town Wedding Invitations Etiquette

Out-of-town Wedding Invitations Etiquette

You know what they say, “A goal without a plan is just a wish”.

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Reserving Hotel Rooms for Your Out-of-town Guests

Reserving Hotel Rooms for Your Out-of-town Guests

These days it is not absolutely necessary to take care of reserving hotel rooms for your out-of-town wedding guests (it was certainly a necessity back in the days when there was no Internet and out-of-towners didn’t have any information about hotels in your area). Nevertheless, we believe it is the least you can do for them as they are the ones that will have to spend much more money (compared to local wedding guests) and make many more arrangements in order to attend your wedding

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New Year’s Eve Wedding

New Year’s Eve Wedding

What better way to ring in the new year than by getting married on December 31! A New Year’s Eve wedding can be romantic and fun, all your closest friends and family will be with you on your wedding day and to ring in the new year! But as with all wedding planning there are pros and cons to having a NYE wedding. Pros Because it’s the holidays you know your friends and family can get the time off work to come to your wedding, however there might still be some who prefer to do their own thing on New Year’s and will turn down the RSVP, but that means those who do come are going to be very party hearty at your reception! You’ll be ringing in the new yer in style all dressed up in your gown, and there will be fireworks and sparklers to not only celebrate the new year, but give your wedding a sense of wonder. Best of all you’ll be able to buy your decorations at a discount if you buy them after Christmas

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Wedding Gift Registry Etiquette

Wedding Gift Registry Etiquette

A bride can’t add her registry list to the wedding invitations or tell everyone about all the things she’s registered, but she can tell a few key people about where she’s registered to get the word out.

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Gift Registry 101

Gift Registry 101

<a href=”http://www.kingstonweddingplanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/ID-10030912.jpg”><img src=”http://www.kingstonweddingplanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/ID-10030912-300×225.jpg” alt=”ID-10030912″ width=”300″ height=”225″ class=”alignright size-medium wp-image-2818″ /></a>Gift registry makes gift giving and getting simple.

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How to Negotiate Lodging Rates for Out-of-Town Guests

How to Negotiate Lodging Rates for Out-of-Town Guests

Normally hotels will give a discount when you book a certain amount of rooms for you wedding guests. However, if you’re not finding a hotel willing to give your guests a discount you can negotiate with hotel staff and managers to get a better rate. Here’s how you do it.

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Lodging Out-of-Town Guest Etiquette

Lodging Out-of-Town Guest Etiquette

You are no doubt going to have out-of-town guests at your wedding. For these friends and family who will make the journey for your wedding day there are a number of things that you can do to ensure their trip is fun and coordinated

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