Hopefully you had the chance to check out part one to this blog.
We’ve put together a compressive list of all the vendors that newlyweds usually consider for their wedding, because when it’s a first-time marriage for couple, planning has its special set of challenges.
Vendors to consider:
The reason this is plural is because sometimes you can’t find everything that you need from one catering company. You may have your mother grab Washington Car Service and bring homemade cookies over early, find one company that specializes in fine meat and cheese platters, while yet another is skilled in dinner menus. Shop around and find what suits you best.
Having a wedding website, commonly known as a “wedsite,” is a fantastic way to inform your guests about every last detail they need to know. Many couples choose a wedsite to avoid lengthy phone calls and questions. “Will the newlyweds be providing Wedding Limousine Service for the bridesmaids? What should I wear? Where can I park?” These are all things you can address with a wedding website.
First time wedding planners and couples who are strapped for time may consider hiring a wedding planner. These are trained professionals when it comes the wedding industry and will save you a lot time when it comes to researching and finding reliable vendors in your area. They’ll already know the best company to find DC Wedding Limo Rentals, DJ’s, caterers, and the like.
Music and live performers
No reception is complete without a live performance or DJ. If a dance environment just isn’t your style, consider hiring a magician, or a pianist.