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7 questions you don’t want to forget to ask prospective venues

7 questions you don’t want to forget to ask prospective venues

When touring prospective venues, most brides are overwhelmed by the long list of questions they have to ask and they often forget some not so obvious questions. Fortunately, we’re here to throw some light on the most often neglected (yet not less important) questions you don’t want to forget to ask prospective venues:

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5 mistakes to avoid when choosing your wedding venue

5 mistakes to avoid when choosing your wedding venue

With so many things on your mind during wedding planning, it’s easy to slip and fall into the trap of some mistakes that could have easily been avoided. Here are 5 of the most common mistakes brides make when it comes to their wedding venue (and how to avoid them):

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5 questions to ask yourself before you start your wedding venue search

5 questions to ask yourself before you start your wedding venue search

Choosing the perfect wedding venue is every bride’s dream come true. Your wedding location is among the first things on your wedding planning list and you want to make sure you have all the details you need before you start touring wedding venues, weighing pros and cons.

Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before you start your wedding venue search:

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How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest

When it comes to weddings, the bride and groom are usually considered the ones who spend the most. And that’s totally understandable – long gone are the days when the happy couple could count on receiving support from parents and more and more American soon-to-be newlyweds self-fund their weddings. According to a recent survey, in 2016, more than half of Americans (53%) are going to pay for their own wedding and only 35% will get their wedding funded by the bride and/or groom’s parents.

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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).

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Wedding gift registry etiquette

Wedding gift registry etiquette

Pointing a scanner gun at all those fabulous items on your registry list is perhaps one of the few wedding planning parts that both the future bride and the future groom equally enjoy. As simple as it may look, however, doing the gift registry right takes some patience and some rules to follow.

Just like with any aspect of the wedding planning, the wedding gift registry has its own etiquette that each newly-engaged couple should follow if they want everybody to be happy. Here are the basics of wedding gift registry etiquette:

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