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5 ways to feel the magic of your wedding day

By Elizabeth Slagel             A former Weymouth Hill bride recently told me she and her husband watch their wedding video every week and have done so since their nuptials nine months ago.  Why?  In her words, “It was the best day of our lives.”             That is the pinnacle of wedding planning and truly creating … Continue reading 5 ways to feel the magic of your wedding day

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5 inexpensive ways to pad your wedding experience

By Elizabeth Slagel In examining your wedding budget, it’s wise to prioritize what is important to you.  This is a great first-step when planning your wedding budget, but often couples get caught up in the tangibles of their wedding expenses and forget the intangibles that are worth exploring for an overall quality experience of their … Continue reading 5 inexpensive ways to pad your wedding experience

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Eight things to consider when Grandparents will be at your wedding

By Elizabeth Slagel   After wrapping up one of two venue tours today the bride-to-be asks her most anticipated question, “What do you have available THIS summer?” Surprised, I run through the calendar with her confident she will jump on a later fall date that came open.  “What about late July?” she chimes. That’s four … Continue reading Eight things to consider when Grandparents will be at your wedding

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Available dates for 2022 and why they work

Planning the perfect wedding date can be one of the trickiest factors in the whole planning process.  While the majority chose a date that satisfies ample planning time and a favorable time of year in weather, work and school obligations, waiting a whole year isn’t always ideal for others. As a newer, still undiscovered venue, … Continue reading Available dates for 2022 and why they work