How To Plan Your Own MicroWedding

" MicroWedding "Toolkit" These 4 documents are printed in the back of the book. Purchase of this book also provides a link to download digital copies of these documents.

Author: Iver Jon Marjerison

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780578843452

Category: Reference

Page: 98

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As a professional "micro-wedding" planner, I've personally planned over 500 small weddings. This book is a complete compendium of everything that I think a couple needs to know about planning their own microwedding, elopement, or vow renewal. In the back of the book, you'll find my "Planning Toolkit" with worksheets, checklists, and to-do lists, for you to work through as you go! *This book includes the link to access the digital version of my "Planning Toolkit" so you can edit, customize, and print out these resources!* The People I provide general info on each vendor, as well as tips for finding the perfect fit. Topics include: Finding Your Vendors, Vendor Directories (which to use), Individuals vs. Companies, Special Concern for Small Weddings, Officiant, Photographer, Videographer, Florist, Bakery, Hair and Makeup Stylist, Catering/Private Chef, Live Music/DJ, Bartender, Rentals, and Day-of Coordinator. The Places You'll need the perfect spot for the ceremony and a comfortable place for your group to eat and drink afterwards. I provide a list of popular options, along with suggestions on how to find them and how to make them work best. The Ceremony The center of it all! I walk you through exactly what a microwedding ceremony looks like and provide suggestions on how to handle things. Topics include: Order of Events, Vows, First Look, Music, Chairs, Decorations, and Planning for Weather. The Legal Stuff The marriage license! You need to get it, complete it, and file it. Generally, your officiant is responsible for helping you with this, but I provide the basic need-to-know info. Only applicable to the USA. The Little Stuff Rehearsal dinner? Timing? First dance? I go over some of the little stuff, and explain what should be in your wedding day "Emergency Kit." MicroWedding "Toolkit" These 4 documents are printed in the back of the book. Purchase of this book also provides a link to download digital copies of these documents. Microwedding To-Do List This document breaks down each step of planning your wedding into a simple to-do list. This list contains specific planning tasks and is broken down into the following sections based on when they should be completed: Topics include: Brainstorming the Wedding, Planning the Wedding, Two Weeks Prior to Wedding, Three Days Prior to Wedding, and Day-of the Wedding. Microwedding Planning Worksheet Fill it out as you plan! This worksheet is laid out in the same order as the E-Guide, making it easy to consolidate all of the information for your vendors, ceremony, reception, and other details. Microwedding Day-of Timeline This provides information regarding the primary components of a wedding day and suggestions on how to handle timing. There is also a blank timeline template to fill out as you plan your wedding, and a few timeline samples for different styles of microweddings. Microwedding Day-of Checklist A simple list of the little things most often forgotten on the day of the wedding! Vendor Email Templates Hiring vendors for your wedding can be one of the most time consuming and frustrating tasks. I've created these templates as a way to make things easier for you! I provide a simple and efficient template for all of the core vendors. You can simply plug in the details of your wedding, and then copy/paste them as you send out inquires to vendors.

The Everything Guide to Micro Weddings

Valentine's Day is not always on a weekend, either, so it may be more difficult for everyone to free up the day (and possibly surrounding days) for your wedding. Setting the Tone Early On While some couples who are planning their own ...

Author: Katie Martin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1507216211

Category: Reference

Page: 272

View: 957

Ditch the long guest list and enjoy a more intimate and meaningful wedding with this guide to accomplishing your grand wedding dreams on a smaller, more affordable scale. As more couples find that smaller weddings are more affordable, intimate, and meaningful, they’re ditching the huge blowout receptions and opting for nontraditional nuptials with fewer than fifty guests. Whether it be the budget, the stress, or something else altogether, more and more couples are turning to micro weddings to tie the knot. With a smaller crowd, the focus shifts from “Is everyone having a good time?” to “This is the best day of my life!” Whether you want people to attend in person or will live stream the event, The Everything Guide to Micro Weddings covers everything from décor hacks, venue hunting, and tips from how to cut costs to how to gracefully tell the second cousin they’re not invited. So skip the large affair and say ‘I do’ to The Everything Guide to Micro Weddings—a perfect match for those looking to make their big day, well, small.

The Everything Guide to Micro Weddings

Ditch the long guest list and enjoy a more intimate and meaningful wedding with this guide to accomplishing your grand wedding dreams on a smaller, more affordable scale.

Author: Katie Martin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1507216203

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 139

Ditch the long guest list and enjoy a more intimate and meaningful wedding with this guide to accomplishing your grand wedding dreams on a smaller, more affordable scale. As more couples find that smaller weddings are more affordable, intimate, and meaningful, they’re ditching the huge blowout receptions and opting for nontraditional nuptials with fewer than fifty guests. Whether it be the budget, the stress, or something else altogether, more and more couples are turning to micro weddings to tie the knot. With a smaller crowd, the focus shifts from “Is everyone having a good time?” to “This is the best day of my life!” Whether you want people to attend in person or will live stream the event, The Everything Guide to Micro Weddings covers everything from décor hacks, venue hunting, and tips from how to cut costs to how to gracefully tell the second cousin they’re not invited. So skip the large affair and say ‘I do’ to The Everything Guide to Micro Weddings—a perfect match for those looking to make their big day, well, small.

Gained a Daughter But Nearly Lost My Mind

This book is for anyone who has ever planned a wedding or found themselves in the middle of a pandemic.

Author: Marlene Kern Fischer

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781951744434

Category:

Page: 122

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The author's son gets engaged to his long-time girlfriend and the couple starts planning their wedding. When the coronavirus turns the world upside down, the bride and groom are unsure how to proceed. After weighing their options they decide to go ahead with their original wedding date but changed the event from a 220-plus person hotel wedding in Washington D.C. to a micro-wedding in his parent's backyard in Westchester County, New York. The groom's mom becomes the wedding planner, a role she never expected. With all of her kids at home and a pandemic raging, she discovers that making the wedding perfect is harder than she anticipates. From feeding and keeping safe the army that had filled her formerly empty nest, to making the "venue" beautiful, to the Phish connection, the book is a compilation of funny and touching stories from the months leading up to the wedding and the big day itself. This book is for anyone who has ever planned a wedding or found themselves in the middle of a pandemic.

An Island Wedding

"--USA Today (four stars) New York Times bestselling author Jenny Colgan brings us a delightful summer novel that will sweep you away to the remote Scottish island of Mure, where two very different weddings are about to take place… On the ...

Author: Jenny Colgan

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0063141906

Category: Fiction

Page: 376

View: 999

"Entrancing...a great escape for any reader."--USA Today (four stars) New York Times bestselling author Jenny Colgan brings us a delightful summer novel that will sweep you away to the remote Scottish island of Mure, where two very different weddings are about to take place… On the little Scottish island of Mure—halfway between Scotland and Norway—Flora MacKenzie and her fiancé Joel are planning the smallest of “sweetheart weddings,” a high summer celebration surrounded only by those very dearest to them. Not everyone on the island is happy about being excluded, though. The temperature rises even further when beautiful Olivia MacDonald—who left Mure ten years ago for bigger and brighter things—returns with a wedding planner in tow. Her fiancé has oodles of family money, and Olivia is determined to throw the biggest, most extravagant, most Instagrammable wedding possible. And she wants to do it at Flora’s hotel, the same weekend as Flora’s carefully planned micro-wedding. As the summer solstice approaches, can Flora handle everyone else’s Happy Every Afters—and still get her own?