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6 Creative Spring Wedding Ideas

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Springtime is about a month away, a you are likely deep into planning if you are saying “we do” this spring. Here are a few fun, creative spring wedding ideas that will make your wedding unique.

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  • Tea parties are very “spring”- pastel colors, feminine tea cups, and pretty flowers. How about giving tea for your favors, you can make your own loose leaf tea combinations or flavors.

 

  • Put a crown on it

How ethereal does a flower crown look!? Instead of a veil, wear a flower crown that compliments your bouquet and wedding colors.

  • Pretty in pastel Perfect shades of blush, pale blue, and other pastel colors give a soft, romantic vibe to your wedding. Your bridesmaids will look gorgeous in one pastel tone, or have a few different colors in a complimentary style.
  • Seasonal Sips Add two seasonal cocktails to a “his/hers” signature cocktail menu! We love the lavender lemon drop for her and the whiskey smash for him.

     

  • Simple decor Springtime blossoms are out, making your venue already gorgeous with little need for dramatic decor. Use pretty flowers, and spring time details like little watering cans. How fun is this arrangement?!
  • Prepare for weather Springtime weather can really vary. You may have a warm, sunny and perfect day, or you could have wind and rain, or here in Aspen there could even be snow. Make sure you have a weather backup plan so on your wedding day you aren’t scrambling to avoid inclement weather. Offering your guest items specific to the weather is a fun idea as well. Have umbrellas on hand for a rainy day, a sunscreen/bug spray stand for “like summer” heat and blankets for an day that is unusually chilly.
  • Springtime is an absolutely beautiful time of the year to tie the knot. With gorgeous flowers and the weather beginning to warm up, it is a romantic setting. As you continue planning your Aspen spring wedding, we hope these ideas can help make your day as special as possible.

 

February 10, 2017 |

4 Tips for Writing Personalized Wedding Vows

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Writing your own vows isn’t for everyone, but if you want to speak from the heart for your Aspen wedding vows, that is a great way to make your ceremony more personalized. It also will be very meaningful to both you and your future spouse. Sharing your promises to each other in front of those you love is definitely romantic! Not all of us have a way with words though. Where do you even start? Here are some tips for finding motivation to write your vows, and ways to make them personalized to you as a couple.
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    1. Pick a structure that you can both follow.

 

      Even though you will likely be writing your wedding vows separately, and hearing them for the first time on your special day, it is a good idea to decide a structure to make them similar. You can specify how long you want the vows to be, and choose specific phrases to base them on. I.e. Sharing four promises with the starting phrase “I promise to.”

Choosing a length is key as well. You don’t want one of your vows to be 10 pages long and the other only three sentences. Choosing a word count can help you make them balanced and flow better.

 

  • Be yourself.

 

Write your vows for you and your partner! If you are not a romantic person don’t feel like you need to be in your vows. If you are funny, humor is ok! They should sound like you. Think of symbolic moments and important pieces of your relationship. What are things your partner would love to here you promise? What do you love about your relationship?

 

  • Don’t be afraid to research.

 

Pulling your entire vows out of thin air isn’t necessary! Research other people’s wedding vows, romantic poetry, books, movies, etc. Take notes on things that connect with you. You can “borrow” other people’s words, it isn’t plagiarism when you are using their words for wedding vows.

 

 

  • Practice reading them.

 

 

Your wedding ceremony should not be your first time reading them through. read them aloud and think about how they sound. Do they flow well? Are your words easy to understand? Does the tone fit what you are hoping for? You may not want to share them with anyone else but if you do it could help to get feedback from a close friend or family member. You don’t have to memorize them, but you definitely can. However, keep a copy nearby. Wedding day jitters could have you forgetting them. It is also a good idea to send a copy to your officiant. They can have a backup copy on hand in case you misplace yours.

We hope these tips will help you begin to write your own personalized wedding vows. Don’t stress out, have fun and take the time to think about what you want to say. Don’t be afraid to have many drafts and edit them over time. Happy Writing!

January 24, 2017 |

2017 Wedding Trends

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Happy New Year! For those of you tying the knot in 2017, it is probably an exciting milestone to get to your special year! Although we are all for planning a wedding based on your taste and unique personalities as a couple and not only going off of what is “hot” in the wedding world, we thought it would be fun to highlight a few wedding trends you should expect this year.

 

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The Dress: Many 2017 brides are saying yes to off the shoulder gowns. Both long sleeved and short sleeved looks are popular. Lace and tulle are still big, with lace becoming bolder and tulle being mixed with other fabrics. Blush gowns are also still a popular choice.

For bridesmaids dresses, bold colors and brighter shades are popping up. Pinks, purples, greens and yellows are favorites.

 

The Food: For cocktails, bartenders are seeing a move to serving more classic cocktails including moscow mules, Pimm’s cup, and the sidecar. Having passed appetizers with a complimentary drink is also a popular choice. Such as mini tacos with a mini margarita. The nostalgic tiered wedding cake is coming back after years of cupcakes, pies and assorted desserts being favored. Having a nighttime passed dessert “hour” similar to cocktail hour is also seen as a great way to keep the party energy flowing. Local flavors are also a main event. Serving special local area foods and drinks is fun for the guests.

 

The Photos: Social media integration is definitely key for many 2017 couples. Photo booths that share directly to social media, instagram videos, drone photography, and custom Snapchat filters are popular.

 

The Flowers:Romantic, soft blooms are still big. Peonies are still popular along with garden roses, ranunculus and dahlias. Loose petals mixed with greenery as a type of garland runner down farm type long tables is a huge trend for table decor.

 

The Palettes: Soft colored neutrals like charcoal, blue-greys and browns are creating a sophisticated trendy feel. Strategically places metallics are also big. Brides are still loving copper, rose gold, pewter but using them to create shine in certain special areas.

 

What do you think about these 2017 wedding trends? Will you be incorporating any of these things into your own special day? What details are you most excited about for your own wedding? Source:Huffington Post

January 7, 2017 |

REAL SNOWMASS WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Adam and Jennifer’s Intimate Destination Wedding

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Wedding Date: 07/01/2016
Bride and Groom: Jennifer Hassett and Adam Peters

Where did you have your ceremony?
Aspen Wedding Deck

How did you decide on this location?
We were in Aspen for New Years Eve and fell in love with the view from the top of Aspen Mountain so we did some research, found the gorgeous wedding deck and inquired about dates. They had two available dates left in the summer, one of which happened to be the day we got engaged so it was an easy decision!

Where did you have your reception?
Viceroy Snowmass Village

How did you decide on Viceroy Snowmass Village for your reception?
We wanted to go a less traditional route and have a small, intimate dinner party following our wedding ceremony. We went to visit the Viceroy Snowmass and saw Eight K and knew that was what we wanted. The private area of the restaurants had the exact look and feel we wanted. It could only only accommodate 54 people so that kept us in line when it was time to make the guest list.

Where did you have book your accommodations?
Viceroy Snowmass Village, The Westin and The Stonebridge Inn

What was the mood at your wedding?
Happy, celebratory, fun and intimate!

What is your best memory?
The ceremony. It was raining that morning and I was so worried people wouldn’t be able to appreciate the beautiful view from the mountain top but luckily the clouds parted for the ceremony and gave us the most beautiful backdrop. Walking down the aisle with my Dad and seeing Adam’s face for the first time that day was the best moment of my life.

Jennifer Hassett, Do you have any advice for a bride planning a destination wedding?
Do what makes you happy. It’s impossible to pick a location that will please everyone and at the end of the day it’s about you and your partner – make it exactly what you want and enjoy every second of it! The best part about having a destination wedding is that most people stay a couple of days so you get bonus time with all of your favorite people.

Do you have any additional thoughts to share with us on having a destination wedding?

I’m from New York and Adam is from the San Francisco Bay area so choosing a location while keeping our friends and families in mind was not the easiest task. After much back and forth on which coast we should get married on, we decided to have it in the state we now call home. Once we decided on Colorado we know we wanted it to be in Aspen. Most of our friends and family had never been and it’s such a special place we knew everyone would love it.

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Aspen and Snowmass Wedding Vendors:
Ceremony Venue: Aspen Wedding Deck
Reception Venue: Viceroy Snowmass Village
Photographer: Robin Proctor Photography
Wedding Planner: Marcy Kneiper at Little Nell for Day of Coordination
Wedding Officiant:  Rev. Jill Pidcock

Florist: Carolyn’s Flowers
Hair/Makeup: Full Circle Salon/Christine Morris
Transportation: Shuttle buses provided by Viceroy.
Welcome Reception: Ricard Brasserie in Snowmass Village
After Wedding Party: Eric’s Bar, Aspen

December 19, 2016 |

REAL SNOWMASS WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Caroline and Dave’s Mountain Side Soiree

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Bride and Groom: Caroline Gibson and Dave Heivly
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Where did you have your ceremony? Elk Camp Meadows

 

How did you decide on this location? It had fabulous views of our favorite ski runs.

 

Where did you have your reception? Elk Camp Restaurant 

 

How did you decide on Elk Camp Restaurant for your reception? Everything is in one place and it is a short gondola ride which made for perfect pictures! The meadow for the ceremony and for dinner, a spacious new contemporary bar was perfect. It was all in one location and had patios and firepits!

 

What were your accommodations? Capitol Peak and Westin Snowmass

 

What was the mood at your wedding? Such lovely energy surrounded by family and close friends…you could literally feel the love in the air. This was a special love story shared by so many. From stepping down the aisle through fragrant lavender, followed by fine dining, to toasts and dancing the night away. The night ended magically with a spectacular sparkler send off under the starry skies.

 

What is your best memory? So much love was shared with the couple. One of a kind photos from the very top of Elk Camp.

 

Caroline Gibson, Do you have any advice for a bride planning a destination wedding? Relax and enjoy every minute of the day…Let your Wedding Planner and Maid of Honor handle the details; and feel like the Princess that you are.

Do you have any additional thoughts or photos you would like to share with us?

This is a hallmark story if ever there was one. Their relationship started as being best ski buddies (keeping up with the guys skiing the steeps) to homemade chicken soup left on the doorstep during the flu season. Their ‘love’ was so obvious to anyone and everyone in this small town.

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Snowmass Wedding Vendors: Florist: Carolyn’s Flowers Photographer: Robin Proctor Photography Planner: Jane Floyd Ceremony Venue: Elk Camp Meadows Reception Venue: Elk Camp Restaurant Hair & Make-up: Julia  Ceremony Music: Damian Smith   Reception Music: DJ Ronnie with Kickin Aspen Catering: ASC Catering and Snowmass Wedding Venues

December 7, 2016 |

REAL ASPEN WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Meredith and William’s Colorado Ranch Wedding

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Transforming a barn into a beautiful reception space is always the best way to start with a blank canvas to express the story the couple would like to tell on their wedding day. This stunning, romantic event considered all the details from the s’mores pit to the lounge area and down to the farm tables and the result is magical.

Submission by Becca Polan from Gold Leaf Events. Contact Becca at becca@golfleafevent.com or visit goldleafevent.com for all of your wedding planning needs.

You can view the highlights of their wedding day on a video by BTX Productions here:

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Wedding Date: 06/11/2016
Bride and Groom: Meredith Maroone and William Knowles

Where did you have your ceremony?
Chaparral Ranch

How did you decide on this location?
Meredith loves riding horses and loved the bringing her family and friends to a beautiful outdoor ranch in Colorado. Her family also had a home in Snowmass she had been coming here her whole life.

Where did you have your reception?
Chaparral Ranch

How did you decide on Chaparral Ranch for your reception?
Meredith loves riding horses and loved the bringing her family and friends to a beautiful outdoor ranch in Colorado. Her family also had a home in Snowmass she had been coming here her whole life.

Where did you have book your accommodations?
Limelight, Little Nell and Hotel Jerome

What was the mood at your wedding?
The outdoor ceremony up against the beautiful pond backdrop at Chaparral Ranch.

What is your best memory?
The fire-pits and make your own s'more station for dessert where guests were able to enjoy the beautiful Colorado sky and observe stars they had never seen before coming from big cities in Florida and California.

Meredith Maroone, Do you have any advice for a bride planning a destination wedding?
The fire-pits and make your own s’more station for dessert where guests were able to enjoy the beautiful Colorado sky and observe stars they had never seen before coming from big cities in Florida and California. Remembering why your destination is unique to who you are as a couple and why you have brought all of your guests together there. This special early summer weekend wedding in the beginning of Aspen’s summer season was a wonderful way to share in the quiet town before Food and Wine hit the next weekend.

Although the weather can be iffy- booking on off-peak times ensured guests would have affordable lodging options. Using a planner who can make the last minute calls for weather would make the bride's day stress free as we covered and uncovered outdoor furniture minutes up until the ceremony started. Luckily the weather cooperated just perfectly for this special couple.

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Vendors:
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Chaparral Ranch
Rehearsal Dinner: Caribou Club
Sunday Brunch: BB’s Kitchen
Photographer: Laura Boggs
Wedding Planner: Gold Leaf Event Design & Production
Florist(s):
Carolyn’s Flowers
Aspen Branch
Hair/Makeup- Salon Tullio
Lighting- Halcyon
Decor- House of Yonder
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Band- Ground Control
DJ- Who Is Chris Lewis
Ceremony Music- Wendy Larson Silver City Strings
Cocktail Music- Chris Bank
Caterer- Caribou Club
Transportation- CTS
Photo Booth- Go Photo Booth
Videographer- BTX Productions

November 21, 2016 |

REAL ASPEN WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Katie and William’s Rosebud Wedding

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This special Memorial Day weekend wedding in the beginning of Aspen’s summer season brought guests from St. Louis and Chicago to the beautiful Rosebud Ranch in Old Snowmass. This was mountain elegance at it’s finest using all local vendors to transform a family’s ranch into an unforgettable wedding venue.

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Wedding Date: 05/28/2016
Bride and Groom: Katie Clark and William Feuerbacher

Where did you have your ceremony? Rosebud Ranch (Private home)

 

How did you decide on this location? This was Katie’s family’s ranch in Old Snowmass.

 

Where did you have your reception? Rosebud Ranch (Private home)

 

How did you decide on Rosebud Ranch (Private home) for your reception? This was Katie’s family’s ranch in Old Snowmass.

 

Where did you have book your accommodations? Most of their guests stayed at Hotel Jerome, Ritz Carlton, Limelight, Roaring Fork Club and The Gant

 

What was the mood at your wedding? Katie was her father’s only daughter and it meant so much to have her wedding on their property that their family had spent so much time growing up there in Old Snowmass- it was a somber occasion as her mother had passed a few years earlier so it was bittersweet to have their loved ones back at the Ranch. There was a special rose ceremony to commemorate her mother while the ceremony took place in the garden she loved- it was built with Katie’s wedding in mind many years before. There was also a charcuterie board hanging from the ceiling of the family’s barn which also sported a custom made bar with local Aspen Brewery beer on tap.

 

What is your best memory? The rose ceremony. There was also an astronomer who came and set up telescopes for the guests to marvel at the stars after dessert.

 

Katie Clark, Do you have any advice for a bride planning a destination wedding? The rose ceremony. There was also an astronomer who came and set up telescopes for the guests to marvel at the stars after dessert.Using a local planner who is on-site and in town way before you and your guests arrive. Remembering why your destination is unique to who you are as a couple and why you have brought all of your guests together there.

Do you have any additional thoughts or photos you would like to share with us?

This special Memorial Day weekend wedding in the beginning of Aspen’s summer season brought guests from St. Louis and Chicago to the beautiful Rosebud Ranch in Old Snowmass. This was mountain elegance at it’s finest using all local vendors to transform a family’s ranch into an unforgettable wedding venue.

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Vendors:
Photographer: Rachel Havel
Wedding Planner: Gold Leaf Event Design & Production
Florist: Carolyn’s Flowers
Hair/Makeup: Salon Tullio
Lighting: Halcyon
Decor: Eclectic Hive Rentals: Premier Party Rentals
Ceremony music and band: Moment’s Notice
Caterer: Roaring Fork Club
Transportation: CTS
Cake: d’Ellisious
Astronomer: Bryan White Photo booth: Social Light
Ceremony Location: Rosebud Ranch (private home) Reception Location: Tent at Rosebud Ranch (private home)
Rehearsal Dinner: Chef’s Club

November 14, 2016 |

REAL ASPEN WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Great Gatsby Wedding- Mickey and Teresa Dunn

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Wedding Date: 10/03/2015
Bride and Groom: Teresa (Ground) Dunn and Mickey Dunnrealwed3

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How would you describe your wedding? Destination Platinum wedding with three days of events, with a 20’s (Great Gatsby wedding) theme, and the best, most beautiful event ever.

Location of Wedding Ceremony:  Aspen Mountain Wedding Deck

How did you decide on your wedding ceremony location?
I wanted the most breath taking view in Aspen, and that is at the wedding deck at the top of Aspen Mountain.

Location of Wedding Reception
: The Hotel Jerome

How did you decide on your wedding reception location?
Our wedding was a Great Gatsby wedding theme, the Jerome Ballroom was the perfect setting for a 20’s theme.

What was the mood at the wedding?
It was three days full of surprises and fun events for our guests.

Best memory from the wedding day?
Walking down the aisle to my husband, overlooking the great view behind the altar, then saying our vows.

Any advice for a bride planning a destination wedding?
You have to get the right planner that can lead you in the correct path to achieve your dream wedding.  An experienced Planner like Elizabeth at EKS Events already knows how to make things happen the right way, her standards are high.  Also, the Photography and Videography for a wedding has changed significantly over the past few years and only the right people can make your memory unforgettable. There is a lot of competition but the best by far is Robin Proctor and Fidelis Films.

 

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Wedding Planner: EKS Events

Ceremony Location:Wedding Deck Top of Aspen Mountain

Reception Location:The Hotel Jerome

Welcome Party/Rehearsal Dinner/Brunch:The Caribou Club and The Hotel Jerome

Photographer: Robin Proctor Photography

Videographer:  Fidelis Films

Florist and Decor: Aspen Branch

Event Lighting and Audio: Alchemy

Transportation:  CTS Transportation Specialists

October 27, 2016 |

REAL ASPEN WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Snowmass Club – Leeson/Verrills Wedding

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A Snowmass Club Wedding Story

Wedding Date: August 2015
Bride and Groom: Bethany Leeson Verrills and Edward Mackenzie Verrills

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From the Bride:

Edward and I chose a location that was steps away from where we met as employees for Aspen/Snowmass in 2010.  Our home towns were so far away from one another, so we decided to have our wedding in the town where we fell in love.  We planned the wedding by ourselves, as many of our loved ones were far away.  All the signs, table numbers, picture frames, favors, welcome bags, etc. were hand-made by the bride and groom.  We wanted our wedding to be elegant yet fun.  Our theme was rustic chic.  We had a Thursday meet-n-greet at The Maroon Bells, a champagne toast on top of Aspen Mountain for my bridesmaids on Friday and a Sunday doughnut send off so that our guests could experience all that Aspen/Snowmass had to offer.

Where did you have your ceremony?  The Snowmass Club – Lower Grass Lawn

How did you decide on this location?  It was steps away from where we met (at The Commons as employees of Aspen/Snowmass) and was all inclusive, which we knew we wanted for our guests so they could enjoy the beauty of Snowmass all in one place.  Beautiful views and Deborah Gerlach (day of planner at the Snowmass Club) was wonderful to work with!

Where did you have your reception?  The Snowmass Club Patio

How did you decide on The Snowmass Club Patio for your reception?  The outdoor patio made us feel like we were outdoor, yet we weren’t. We hired a clear top tent and had access to Sage’s indoor area as well. The views were wonderful and the venue added a rustic/lodge vibe and yet was still elegant and classy.

Where did you book your accommodations?  The Snowmass Villas

What was the mood at your wedding?  Our wedding was a destination wedding for 90% of our guests, so many were visiting Aspen/Snowmass for the first time.  We wanted our reception to feel warm, romantic, elegant and fun.

What is your best memory?  Our ceremony — surrounded by Aspen trees, saying our vows. It was perfect!

Do you have any advice for a bride planning a destination wedding?  Our ceremony — surrounded by Aspen trees, saying our vows.  It was perfect!  Be familiar with the area, as we (bride and groom) were locals.  Trust and ask for help from the venue manager and look for free and affordable ways to get your guests involved in the area.  We had a sunset Meet-n-Greet at The Maroon Bells on Thursday and a champagne toast on top of Aspen Mountain on Friday.  Wonderful ways to show off our beautiful town!

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Snowmass Wedding Vendors:

Photographer/Photobooth- Amanda Lamb Photography

Videographer-Bosha Video/Kim McIntire

Rehearsal Dinner (Casual BBQ)- Venue-The Villas at Snowmass Club Private Room and Patio. Caterer- Hickory House

Wedding Ceremony/Reception/Cocktail Venue- The Snowmass Club

Caterer/Wedding Cake- The Snowmass Club Sage Restaurant

Accomodations- The Villas at the Snowmass Club

Transportation- (Bride/Groom Exit) Ultimate Taxi

Bride’s Dress– Essence of Australia Lacy Vintage Wedding Dress in Style d1679 from I Do, I Do, Morristown NJ

Bride’s Jewelry– Martin Flyer Engagement and Wedding Band ordered through Jules Fine Jewelry.

Groom’s Clothing- Michael Kors Tux Rental Stitch Works Inc.

Florist Accent on Wildflowers

Hair & Makeup-Makeup with Mel

Officiant-Charla Belinski with Snowmass Chapel

DJ- Kickin Aspen Entertainment

Guitar Soloist-Mack Bailey

Invitations-Always Wedding Invitation from Minted.

Favors-Personalized M&M Jars made by groom, bride, and her family

RentalsBethel Party Rentals 

October 17, 2016 |

Questions to Ask Aspen Wedding Vendors Before Booking

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You just got engaged, (CONGRATS!) and now you are beginning to plan your special day. One of the most important details involves your wedding vendors. As you begin to meet with and decide on your vendors, keep these questions in mind. You don’t want to be surprised on your wedding day, so make sure you are completely comfortable with your vendors policies and prices.

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These are specific questions that you should ask all vendors (venue, caterer, photographer, florist etc.)

    • How long have you been in business?
    • Can I see references?
    • Can I see examples of your work?
    • What kind of insurance do you have?
    • What is your payment structure like?
    • What is your cancellation policy?
    • What are your emergency plans? (If they were to fall ill, be unavailable, weather issues etc.)
    • Do you have any other fees? Travel fees?
    • Do you subcontract with other vendors?
    • What happens if you go out of business?
    • Are you available on my date?
    • What do you include in your packages/service?
    • Have you worked with a wedding my size? Budget?
    • What is the most challenging situation you have dealt with at a wedding and how did you handle it?
    • How can I get in touch with you with questions/concerns?
    • How many weddings will be on my date or around my date?
    • Will you be the exact person at my wedding or will an assistant/coworker be there in your place?

These are important questions for you to ask! Additionally, you want to make sure you feel comfortable with and are able to effectively communicate with your vendors. Since these people will be around you on your wedding day, you don’t want someone that you don’t enjoy being around. Choose vendors that you get along with and that click with your personality.

Have you found your vendors? What was the most important question that you asked during the process?

August 11, 2016 |
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