Wedding tips

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One of the first major decisions you’ll make during the wedding planning process is choosing your wedding venue. The wedding venue you chose will influence everything about your big day.

When do you begin looking for a location? The sooner you start, the better. You should start looking for a venue once you have a clear understanding of the following three factors: budget, approximate event size, and room requirements. Book a venue at least a year in advance to give yourself enough time to think about other important details like catering, florists, and other vendors.

Wedding Guide: WHAT EVERY COUPLE SHOULD KNOW WHEN CHOOSING A WEDDING VENUE

Wedding tips

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We’ve all seen the images taken at those magical moments when all of the guests are smiling and waving goodbye to the newlyweds in a shower of light and sparkle. If you and your partner want a sparkler sendoff at the end of your wedding, we’ve got the inside scoop on how to pull off a successful, cinematic goodbye.

Wedding Day Photography: Making the Most of Your Sparkler Exit