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About Designing/ Decorating Your Wedding?*
By Robbi Ernst, III of
June Wedding, Inc.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
(* ęCopyright, 1998. June Wedding, Inc.)
While interviewing your wedding site (obviously you need to make sure your date is available), ask the site manager what their rules and regulations are regarding decoration. Also, inquire as to whether or not they have a "preferred vendors list" or a "required vendors list". This means you may possibly not be able to bring in your own florist or designer. The site sometimes has such a regulation to protect their facilities or because they may even receive commissions from the vendors. If you have a favorite florist/designer, who is reputable in the area and a professional, ask the site manager if they might make an exception and allow you to bring in your own florist/designer. Most sites are very willing about this as long as the business is reputable.
Ask the site manager (this includes the ceremony and reception sites) if they have any decorations, trees, trees with lights, lattice work or other props that you might be allowed to use. Be sure to ask if there is a fee for such use. This could be a way to save money.
For the Bride on a Restricted budget, here are some other ways to save money:
1) use pot plants for
centerpieces (this can be fun; you can place a sticker
under one of the chairs at the table and at some point
during the late evening, announce that the person with
the sticker under the chair can take the flowers home);
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