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  1. How to find TRUSTWORTHY Wedding planner ONLINE

    | Martoca in Planning
    When you are in front of your computer and you have 3,000 listed options for wedding planner or resort and they all say they are the best what do you do? Who do you trust? I suggest 5 steps to filter out the pretenders from the genuine article. This will give you 100% confidence you chose the right person to handle your dream wedding! 1) References. Any planner or venue with experience should have at least 10 past brides you can talk to by phone or email about their services. Most brides a
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  2. Asking For Money Instead of a Wedding Gift

    | dreamweddings in Planning
    As time goes on more and more couples would love to move away from gift registry. So you're wondering if it's okay to ask your guests for cash gifts instead of having a registry full of traditional wedding gifts? Well don't worry, you're not the only couple wondering, in fact it has been reported recently that just about 35% of couples will be or would like to ask their guests for cash gifts or vouchers, instead of gifts. There are websites and services crop
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  3. Destination Wedding Trend Report

    | alyssaw in Planning
    Destination Wedding Trend Report Destination Weddings are more popular than ever thanks to a growing number of couples opting to tie the knot abroad. Gone are the days of the old fashioned local wedding, and here to stay is the sophisticated destination wedding filled with many of the bells and whistles one might expect at home. With so many places to choose from and so many decisions to make involving the wedding holiday, it can become a very overwhelming experience for any pr
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  4. Rule For Budgeting Non Hotel Beach Garden Weddings

    | Martoca in Planning
    My 70 on 7 Rule I want to let brides know of a simple rule I use to allocate the funds for an independent garden wedding that is not in an all-inclusive hotel. I recommend 70% of the budget must go to 7 key factors. This is why I call this the 70 on 7 rule. The 7 unavoidable factors for any custom wedding are: Venue - Independent venues have different styles or regulations, check with them for details. Coordination and Staff - This includes decorator, full coordination, set/up, take/down
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  5. How to choose a Mayan Riviera Wedding Photographer

    | DeanSanderson in Planning
    But its just a photo.... So you realise the value of having really great wedding photos, or you wouldn't be reading this... We all know wedding photos are the ones that end up on the mantel, not just of your home but in all likelihood those of your children and their children too... In fact its probably the only photo of our parents taken before we were born that we EVER display... and together with the rings, the photos are really the only tangible commemoration of your wedding day..... Nonethe
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  6. The Perfect Time To Get Married

    | Zasil in Planning
    We know, having your beach wedding ceremony at sunset seems like the most romantic wedding on earth. But at the Caribbean the sun does not set at the seaside and our experience throughout the years of taking artistique photographs learned that the sun is quickly blocked by surrounding clouds (even if they do create beautiful postcard skies before they take away the sun) or buildings (particularly in resorts), long before the actual sunset. The sun also goes down in a blink in tropical regions
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  7. Choose Photographers and Videographers Carefully!

    | Lexon in Planning
    Your wedding day is a joyous and memorable occasion in your life which should not be taken lightly. It requires carefully planning and involvement of person with experience to capture and preserve memories of that day. Anyone can capture a memory, but not everyone can capture a wonderful memory. That which takes you back to that one quintessential moment, where you stood years before. Ensure that before you book your videographer or photographer, view their work, make thorough assessments and en
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  8. Top 10 Things to Pack for you Destination Wedding

    | Alexis Karlin in Planning
    You are just a day away from getting on a plane to your destination wedding and you are standing in front of your suitcase thinking, “this is the last thing I want to do, pack!” Well don’t worry, leave it to us to help you get your packing juices flowing. Here is a 10-item list of all the things you will need for the prefect-wedding day: 1. The dress. Regardless if you are having a beach wedding or even an in church wedding you can’t forget your dress. If you tip the stewar
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  9. How To Pick Your Wedding Date In Mexico

    | Kristee in Planning
    EEEKK!!! Your Engaged!!! You Choose Him & Mexico! Now, How Do You Decide On A Date? Picking a wedding date is very important for the obvious reasons, Avoiding major holidays which may result in “Two in one” presents from your new hubby! LOL! (Although he would most likely much prefer it for memory purposes!) Really though, all jokes aside…This is the day that you will celebrate every year, for the rest of your life…Choose wisely our blushing Fresa Bride! Here are a few tips w
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  10. Minister or Judge?

    | Sandy Planner in Planning
    Should you have Judge or Minister? In Mexico Cancun-Riviera Maya you can have either Legal or Symbolic, unfortunately in many resorts doest give the opportunity to meet your minister or judge and personalize the ceremony , please ask your coordinator the name of your minister and many of them are open to you for contacting them and make something very personal. I have the pleasure to meet and work with very flexible and experienced Ministers that are always responsive and
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  11. Simplify Your Destination Wedding with the Services of Travel Agents and Wedding Coordinators

    | CeeBubble in Planning
    Planning your wedding can be stressful, but getting married shouldn’t be. Get Help with Tying the Knot When the to-do list barometer starts to rise, keep these two invaluable resources in mind: (1) Use a travel agent to handle all your flight, hotel, and resort accommodations, including group discounted rates. (2) Hire a wedding coordinator to take care of all on-the-ground details, vendor contracting, and resort and miscellaneous schedules. Let them dial back anxi
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  12. How To Choose Your Wedding Photographer Tips

    | Pierre Violle in Planning
    Created for you by Pierre Visual Studio.Destination Wedding and Trash the Dress Photography How to Choose Your Wedding Photographer! A wedding photographer is charged with capturing the most important day of your life and immortalizing it on film. With such a huge responsibility and being that you cannot see your pictures before your big day, it can be one of the most difficult decisions you will make for your destination wedding. With my own experience as a wedding photographer for t
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  13. Dream Weddings Mexico

    | Chris Elias28 in Planning
    Dream Weddings Mexico Dream Weddings Mexico is the premiere destination wedding consultancy specializing in beach weddings in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya and Tulum. We love to plan, coordinate and execute luxurious and stylish weddings, and we will be so happy to work with you. You have just stepped into wedding planning heaven! Our philosophy: Dream it, live it, love it!! Vendor Contact Information: info@dreamweddingsmexico.com www.dreamweddingsmexico.com Phone: 011 52 998 9
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  14. Dressing Room Tips

    | Moments That Matter in Planning
    Dressing Room Tips We really want to stress that this is YOUR day. We want to photograph any portion of the day that you feel warrants a photographer. We do love to photograph the bride getting ready as it is one of those many moments during the day that is filled with great emotions. The bride preparing for the biggest day of her relationship, full of excitement and butterflies in her stomach... This excitement is a very important piece of your wedding story. Normally, the bride feels most co
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  15. Bride And Groom A First Sight Story

    | Zasil in Planning
    For many brides the question whether or not to allow their fiancé to take a look at her before the ceremony is a difficult decision. My experience is that you might loose the tradition and magic of the first glance down the aisle, but a previous encounter allows a more spontaneous and affectionate expression of your feelings which are running wild at the precious moment! Having the possibility to shoot a Bridal Session before the ceremony also suits particularly Winter Weddings because oft
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  16. Live Wedding Webcast

    | ericzwa in Planning
    A wedcast is a webcast of a wedding that allows family and friends of the couple to watch the wedding in real time on the internet. It is sometimes used for weddings in exotic locations, such as in Cancun or the Riviera Maya. This is very beneficial for persons for which it is very expensive or difficult to travel to see the wedding in person. This way they can be present and enjoy the wedding real time. Wedding Webcasting in Cancun and the Riviera Maya is offered by Cancun Live Wedding
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  17. Destination Wedding Countdown Checklist

    | TammyWright in Planning
    Below is a timeline to help your wedding planning go smoothly. You can adjust it to suit your needs. 12 Months or more Cut out pictures and articles that inspire you. Keep them organized in a binder. Martha Stewart has a great binder that has pockets to keep photos, cards of vendors, swatches, etc. Start looking at bridal magazines and look for local bridal faire to attend. This is a great way to meet wedding vendors and see their work first hand This is the hard part. Set a realist
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  18. A Destination Wedding Versus A Traditional Wedding

    | TammyWright in Planning
    Flipping the Proverbial Bird to Tradition by Miranda Lightstone When he finally gets down on one knee and pulls out that diamond-encrusted engagement ring you’ve been fantasizing about since you were a little girl and knew the significance of a diamond ring, it’s time to make a decision equally large as answering yes or no. Do you want a traditional, at-home wedding or do you want something a bit more unique, a bit more “out there”? It seems that choosing the “out there” opt
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  19. How Do I Get My Wedding Dress To My Destination Safely

    | TammyWright in Planning
    If you are flying, you can usually make arrangements with your airline in advance. First-class cabins have large "coat closets" that can be used for bridal gown storage. If they do not allow you to make these arrangements in advance, let the check-in attendant know you are carrying on your wedding dress and they can make special arrangements for you (like put your dress in the flight stewards closet). � If your plane does not have a first-class area (on airlines such as Southwest), it is hig
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