December 2017

December 15, 2017

Before you step foot outside of your house to head to a bridal show, make sure you and your fiance and family (if applicable) have agreed on a budget for the wedding. After you have a budget established, bring your checkbook along to the show.

Many vendors at the show will offer you discounts for reserving their products/services at the show. However, although they are offering great discounts, do not feel pressured to agree right away. If you do not feel 100% positive that this is the vendor for you, take some time to consider your options. Ask the vendor if their discounts will be continued after the bridal show. You would be surprised how many will agree to hold the discount for one week to one month afterwards.

How much money your wedding is demanding of you might seem daunting, but remember, hunting for discounts and sticking to what your top wedding day “must haves” are is important. Your wedding day only happens once and most vendors realize that! So take the time and do the research when meeting with them at bridal shows and it will pay off!

December 8, 2017

Sometimes a bride can have too much style! Multiple themes might make complete sense in your home, but when it comes to your wedding, tread lightly. Ask your friends and family for their honest opinions on whether you have too many ideas converging in one place. Start by eliminating anything that distracts from your overall style or that adds little value to your day. If you’re really stuck, your planner will be more than happy to help you identify what should go.

Having trouble finding that perfect wedding planner or other wedding professional? Why not visit a Best Wedding Showcase near you? Featuring Central PA’s finest vendors ranging from photographers to caterers to DJs and much more, Best Wedding Showcase is the premier bridal show in the area.

December 2, 2017

Try a rustic farm-themed photo shoot!

I love the contrast of the countryside with the formal attire of a wedding party. Pose among the green cornstalks in the Summer and walk deep into a cut cornfield for a stunning panoramic shot in the Fall. Try a photo in front of a covered bridge or inside of a rustic old barn filled with hay bales. But make sure you mention any photo shoot plans in advance so your photographer and planner can fit it into the timeline for the day. There are an abundance of rolling hills and farms in the bucolic countrysides of Lancaster County, PA so you have many scenic options to choose from and your local wedding professionals will be able to recommend locations that will work for you! 

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