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10 Tips To Help Plan Your Wedding

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Here are a few tips from respected professionals in their field of expertize. They are not listed in any order of importance and hopefully you might find one or two of them helpful.

 

Tip – Shopping for Your Dress.Get inspired: When you start researching on the internet and in magazines take note of the gowns and manufacturers that “speak” to you; consider these images your inspiration! The gown from the photo might not be the best gown for you, but if there is something peaking your interest your sales associates will want to know!

Megan / The Wedding Embassy in Watertown, CT.

 

Tip – TransportationBe sure you view a company’s vehicles prior to making your reservation.

Rich / Gateway Limousines – Waterbury, CT.

 

Tip – Photo BoothMake sure that you will have access to all of the photos taken in your booth after the event, either on-line or DVD. If they are hosted on-line, you should NOT have to pay a download fee. They are YOUR photos.

Allyson / CT Party Photos – Prospect, CT.

 

Tip – Beauty / Make-UpAsk your makeup artist if your hair color helps to compliment your skin tone for best photo results.

Dana / Dana Bartone’s Spa – Cheshire, CT.

 

Tip – VideographerPrice. You should be skeptical of cheap quotes. Producing a great wedding video is an expensive business. It takes a professional many days, sometimes weeks to edit the final product properly.

Chris / Chris Walsh Productions – Westerly, R.I..

 

Tip – Bridal ShowsWhen attending any bridal show, come with trusted support person (family, best
friend, etc).

Charmagne / Jenks Productions – Wethersfield, CT, CT.

 

Tip – PhotographyThere is usually a special group shot that you want taken at your wedding. Maybe friends you grew up with or college friends…. Make sure to let the photographer know at the pre-wedding appointment about any “special photos” you want. This will give you the best insurance that the photo is taken.

Jeff / Photo Expressions – Southington, CT.

 

Tip – CakesAsk friends for referrals. Brides love to rave about the vendors that made their wedding so special. Read reviews on line to see what past clients say about the baker and their professionalism. Schedule a face to face meeting with the baker. Visit the baker at their on-site location to be sure they are working out of a clean, licensed kitchen space. Receive a full, detailed recap of the cake design, cake flavors, date and delivery time.

Most important – Sample the cake! The baker should be proud to offer samples of various kinds of cake and filling combinations.

Kim / Kim’s Cottage Confections – Durham, CT.

 

Tip – FlowersWhen planning weddings and special events, make sure your florist strives for making the process as informative and relaxed as possible. Look for a professional florist that offers in-store consultations.

Sharon / Sharon Elizabeth’s – Waterbury, CT.

 

Tip – Disc JockeyExperience is one of the most important things to look for in an entertainer. Plus, a disc jockey that is in the wedding business full-time will be more invested in your wedding than someone that has another job.

Keith / Keith Alan Productions – Prospect, CT.

 

We hope that you find one or several of these tips helpful as you plan your wedding. If you are still looking for entertainment for your reception, we would be honored if you would consider Keith Alan Productions. We invite you to check our availability for the date of your special event.

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