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cherish A K E E P S A K E B R I DA L P L A N N I N G G U I D E

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lovelier? A wedding that is made for you,

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styles and hearts desires. You may

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already have the date chosen, or your

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head may still be spinning from your

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engagement.

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reflecting you and your fiancé’s

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the closet, CHERISH can help you pull

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all of your ideas together with helpful

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planning tools that will make your day as perfect as you imagine it to be. Inside you’ll find stories about the latest wedding trends, tips and suggestions for making all aspects of your

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special event come off without a hitch. Be radiant on the day that only perfection will do. This convenient write-in planner helps you

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Cherish is published by The High Point Enterprise 210 Church Ave. High Point, NC 27262 336-888-3500 Cherish is distributed in The High Point Enterprise and is also given to all brides who announce their engagements in The High Point Enterprise, Thomasville Times and Archdale-Trinity News. To advertise in Cherish, call: 336.888.3545


OUR STORY Before you begin the exciting task of planning your wedding, take a moment to reflect on the journey that brought you to this joyous time in your lives.

the early years From your first date to your first kiss, remember all the amazing times you had together before you said ”Yes!”

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the proposal The question has been popped. Time to celebrate! Whether it’s a close up of your ring or a picture from your engagement shoot, place your favorite photo in the space provided, and write your proposal story below. This will be fun to look back at and read along your planning path.

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wedding timeline checklist 6-8 MONTHS OUT Envision your wedding style and wedding colors -- formal, eggplantand-gold hotel reception? Or a modern, black-and-white loft? Colorful, tented, backyard barbecue celebration? Or exotic, orange-and-yellow beach wedding? Decide on a wedding budget and hash out who’s contributing to the wedding. (for a list of traditional wedding responsibilities, turn to pages 10-11) Announce your engagement in The High Point Enterprise (you’ll find the form on pg. 21). You may also want to have your engagement photos taken in time for this.

Choose a wedding date and time, and finalize after okaying with important guests (parents, siblings, and grandparents), ceremony and/ or reception location, and ceremony officiant. Make sure your wedding date doesn’t fall on one of these days. Envision your wedding dress. (It’s never too early!) Begin by figuring out which wedding dress style will look best on you. Get in wedding day shape by eating right, joining a gym, and/or even hiring a personal trainer. Hire a wedding coordinator (if you’re having one) and sign the wedding coordinator contract. Interview caterers. Look online for wedding caterers in your area and ask recently married friends for recommendations. Worksheet & Suggested Questions on Pg.12 Scout reception sites in your area until you find the perfect reception location. Worksheet & Suggested Questions on Pg.18 Look for a ceremony officiant in your area (if you don’t already have one in

mind) and/or a premarital counselor who suits your style and spirit. Interview prospective officiants and start pre wedding counseling if it’s right for you.

Book your reception site as soon as you see something you love that’s available on your date. Before you sign the reception contract, make sure it includes everything you discussed with the reception coordinator. Having an engagement party? Set a date, draft a guest list, and order the invitations. Start your wedding guest list! Decide approximately how many people you want to invite. Request “wish lists” from both sets of parents, then compile.

Find a ceremony site (if one hasn’t already been determined by your choice of officiant or reception site). Choose your bridal party. Pick your bridesmaids, decide on your groomsmen, and your flower girl and ring bearer. Also consider giving a part to those very important friends and family outside of the bridal party (ceremony readers, guest book attendants, candle lighters). Worksheet on Pg. 8 Settle on wedding colors (if you haven’t already), taking into account the existing decor of your ceremony and reception spaces. Plan your reception menu -- decide on a caterer and hash out a rough price per head. Refer to Catering Worksheet on Pg. 12 Start shopping for wedding dresses. Begin by looking at pictures of wedding dresses online and in magazines. Sign the catering contract and send in a deposit. Finalize your wedding guest list.

Time to find lighting and rental places in your area (if you’re having an outdoor wedding or just want to add a few extras). Worksheet & Suggested Rental Items on Pg. 13 Look for reception bands or DJs in your area. When you find someone you like, call them up to meet with them and ask to hear a sample of their work. Worksheet & Suggested Songs on Pg. 20

Hire your photographer and videographer. Decide on the packages you want, sign the photography contract, and send in your deposits. Refer to Photography Worksheet on Pg. 16

It’s wedding flower time! Set up appointments with wedding florists in the area to discuss options.

Think about bridesmaid dresses and what you want them to look like. Search bridesmaid dress photos and make sure to get input from your girls.

Head out to bridal salons to try on styles (bring along those wedding dress photos for inspiration!). Figure out invitations and stationery. Look at invite photos and save-thedates and decide who will make your wedding invitations and stationery. Worksheet & Suggested Styles on Pg. 14 Set up florist appointments to discuss options. Worksheet & Seasonal Flowers on Pg. 19 Plan out the ceremony with your officiant and talk about any religious requirements (such as premarital counseling). Research photographers in your area and videographers. Before you start, read up on wedding photo and video basics. Worksheet on Pg.16 Start your registry at one or more of your favorite stores. Even if you start with just a few pieces, you can always add more items later. Worksheet on Pg. 8 Buy your dress -- narrow down your options and make a final decision. Decide on a florist and send a deposit to reserve their services. Refer to Florist Worksheet on Pg. 19

Have engagement photos taken (if you want). This is a great opportunity to get comfortable with your photographer before the wedding day. Find ceremony musicians in your area and listen to demos. Also start forming an idea of what style of ceremony music you want, and any specific songs you’re looking for. Refer to Music Worksheet on Pg. 20 Book your reception band or DJ, sign the reception music contract, and send a deposit. Refer to Music Worksheet on Pg. 20 Take dance lessons. Whether you choose an up-tempo swing number, a spicy salsa, or a classic waltz, make your first dance one to remember. Search for local cake bakers to make your wedding cake. Your caterer is a great source for leads. Refer to Catering Worksheet on Pg. 12 Think about wedding hairstyles you like, and start researching hairstylists and makeup artists in your area. Book your honeymoon especially if you plan to use frequent-flyer miles to travel to your honeymoon destination. Prep for out-of-town guests and set aside a block of rooms at nearby hotels.


wedding timeline checklist continued Finalize bridesmaid dress picks. Narrow down the options and let your bridesmaids know which one you’ve chosen so that they can schedule their fittings. Fill out your registry, and don’t forget to include some choices appropriate for your upcoming bridal shower. Refer to Registry Worksheet on Pg. 8

through formal wear photos to get an idea of what you want. Finalize your rental list (tables, chairs, and any other extras) for the reception (unless the caterer or site is taking care of it). Refer to Rental Worksheet on Pg. 13 Tell your Groom: Buy or rent your tux, suit, or other formal attire.

Order save-the-dates and send them out to all your guests (if you haven’t already). The Knot Hint: If it’s a casual wedding, you could even send online save-thedates. Refer to Invitation Worksheet on Pg. 14

Book the rehearsal dinner site and finalize menu plans. Refer to Catering Worksheet on Pg. 12

Book your cake baker, choose a wedding cake design you love, and send a deposit once you’ve signed the wedding cake contract. Refer to Catering Worksheet on Pg. 12

Address those invitations! Or drop them off with the calligrapher (you’ll need to send them out at the three-month mark).

Make sure out-of-town bridesmaids have ordered their dresses and/or that you have collected the necessary measurements from them. Then ask everyone to order their dresses and confirm with you when they do. Plan the rehearsal dinner. Look for rehearsal dinner sites in your area and provide the host with contact information for your attendants and any other guests. Refer to Catering Worksheet on Pg. 12 Finalize the menu and service details for reception with the caterer. Refer to Catering Worksheet on Pg. 12 Order your wedding invitations and wedding announcements (don’t forget plenty of extra envelopes). Refer to Invitation Worksheet on Pg. 14

4-5 MONTHS OUT Hash out the flower proposal with your florist. Decide on your floral style, choose your wedding flowers, and settle on a final price for the contract. Once you’re certain the contract outlines everything you agreed upon, sign it. Refer to Florist Worksheet on Pg. 19 Decide on men’s formal wear (tux, suit, casual button-down and slacks) and look

Make all honeymoon travel reservations, including your flights and rooms.

Finalize the groomsmen’s formalizer. Let the guys know and ask them to get fitted for their tuxes (if need be).

2-3 MONTHS OUT Choose accessories (shoes, jewelry) for your bridesmaids. Then, either buy or pass along purchasing information. Start a beauty regimen and make appointments at a nearby spa(massages, facials, etc). If you’re considering whitening your teeth, this is the time to do it! Buy or rent ceremony decor and reception decorations that aren’t included in your flower proposal (aisle runner, program basket).

Get all your under-the-dress essentials and any special lingerie in time for your first wedding dress fitting. Gather any honeymoon documents that you’ll need for an international honeymoon (passport, birth certificate, visas, vaccinations, etc). Schedule your dress fittings and confirm delivery date for your wedding dress. There are usually three fittings: the first at six weeks out; the second fitting at one month out; and the final fitting at one to two weeks before the wedding day. Figure out ceremony readings and reach out to the people you want to play those roles. Arrange for all insurance policies to include you and your future spouse: health, auto, homeowner’s, and life insurance. Tell Your Groom: Buy any tux accessories you will need (shoes, shirt stays, cuff links, pocket squares). Give a bridal shower guest list to your bridesmaids. Time to stock the reception bar (if it’s not included in the catering contract) -- make sure you order enough liquor, wine and/ or champagne. Or visit your favorite local bar or pub and work with the bartender/ manager to create your own signature cocktail! Serve it up at your bachelorette party or at the reception.

Shop for and purchase wedding bands.

Arrange day-of transportation for you, your wedding party, and guests (as needed).

Decide on wedding favors. Shop for wedding favors online or consider making your own wedding favors. Allow extra time for custom-made favors (i.e., chocolates in a preprinted box).

Send out invitations at the three-month mark. Be sure to add extra postage for overseas guests).

6 WEEKS OUT Tell Your Groom: Get measured for your tux at the formalizer shop. Having a bridal shower? A bachelorette party? Or a bachelor party)? Talk to your maid of honor and best man about any pre wedding party plans.

Start the ceremony programs. Think about what you want them to say and look like.

Work on your ceremony vows, particularly if you’re writing your own. Submit your newspaper wedding announcement to The High Point Enterprise.(you’ll find the form on pg. 22) Have your first dress fitting and make sure you have everything you need for it. Research local marriage license requirements. Finalize your ceremony vows. Have your final dress fitting. Buy gifts for your bridal party including your maid of honor, bridesmaids, and child attendants. Tell Your Groom: Buy gifts for your guys including the best man, groomsmen, and ushers. Make a hair trial appointment to make sure you get the look you want on your wedding day. Start thank-you notes now for any gifts received at the bridal shower.

3-4 WEEKS OUT Decide on a guest book. Make your own or shop online for guest books and guest book pens. Have hair and makeup trial runs and finalize your wedding day beauty appointments. Don’t forget to bring your wedding veil to make sure it works with your style. Send out rehearsal dinner invitations. Discuss your ceremony music with musicians and agree on final choices. Work on a “must-play” wedding song list (and “do-not-play song list”) for your DJ or band. Refer to Music Worksheet on Pg. 20 Wrap all gifts for the wedding party and write each attendant a nice note.

Decide on and purchase your wedding veil and wedding shoes prior to your final dress fittings.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING (ARA) - Although the latest Brides American Wedding Study shows the average cost of a wedding in 2010 was $26,501, a decrease of 5 percent from 2009, weddings continue to be big business. But many couples are opting to cut the guest list instead of big ticket items like wedding gowns. In fact, the average wedding gown cost $1,289 in 2010, a 20 percent increase over 2009, according to the study. This is no surprise to the millions who were glued to their television sets this past April during the most talked about wedding since the 1981 royal wedding of Lady Diana to Prince Charles. Many brides are now emulating the elegant lace gown worn by Catherine Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge. In addition to beautiful lace, the newest trends in wedding gowns include color, soft sleeves, short hemlines and ecofriendly materials. Whether it is Chantilly, Alencon, duchesse, guipure, or ribbon, lace has become one of the hottest trends this year. “Designers at all price points have debuted collections featuring full frothy skirts, wildflowers and lace used in both traditional and modern ways,” says Kate Campbell, department chair of Fashion & Retail Management at The Art Institute of Tampa, a branch of Miami International University of Art & Design. “This particular trend parallels the more feminine, elegant trends we see in fashion everywhere - including more fitted and ladylike styles reminiscent of Grace Kelly and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.” While not for everyone, the use of color in wedding gowns has been growing in popularity. Rich and vibrant, or more subdued, color in bridal wear is everywhere. Some brides choose soft pastel colors, such as blush, rose or skin-tone. Others opt to wear vibrant hues of lavender, green and deep pink. Less bold brides are more likely to use hints of accent color on sashes, bows, embroidery, hems, necklines or beading. “The bride who chooses to add color to her dress is fashion forward and confident - it’s not for the faint of heart,” says Amber Chatelain,

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lead faculty for the Fashion & Retail Management program at The Art Institute of Tennessee - Nashville, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta. Another interesting new trend in bridal wear is short gowns, especially for brides choosing destination and beach weddings. While they may be short in length, these dresses are not short on style. Some offer sophisticated laces, chic feathers or multilayered organza mini-skirts. Soft sleeves are enjoying a comeback. Designers have debuted soft, romantic sleeves, including traditional cap sleeves in florals and tulle, modern silhouettes using vintage elements, sequin fringe and flutter sleeves, and romantic off-the-shoulder versions. “The softness and elegance of the sleeves in bridal wear mirrors today’s general fashion trends, where designers are highlighting the elegance and beauty of the female form in very soft ways,” says Charlene Parsons, who heads the fashion programs at Miami International University of Art & Design. Eco-friendly options have also increased in popularity. “There are now numerous eco-friendly designers whose sole business is to create wedding dresses made with earth-friendly fabrics and materials, using techniques that are in harmony with the earth,” says Crystal Shamblee, department chair of Fashion Design for The Art Institute of Philadelphia. Secondhand and vintage wedding dresses are another eco-friendly choice. Whatever fashion trends a bride chooses, one that will never go out of style is a gown that fits well, is figure flattering and makes the bride feel like she’s the most beautiful woman in the world on her big day. To learn more about The Art Institutes visit www.artinstitutes.edu.

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wedding timeline checklist continued Finalize your ceremony. Schedule a follow-up meeting or phone call with the officiant to go over ceremony timing and details. Go over any personalized ceremony additions you want to make sure they’re okay. Decide on your “something old, new, borrowed, and blue” if you want to include these customs in your wedding. Also, buy your garter! Pick up your wedding dress. If you are changing your name, work on all the paperwork to make it happen. Work out a day-of schedule to time out all the details (who will get the bride there, where the wedding party will dress, etc). Finalize any special ceremony details like readings or other traditions (in writing) with your officiant. Get going on thank-you notes (it will feel great to get a batch out before the wedding). Call or email your wedding party to relay critical info related to rehearsal and wedding (dates, times, directions, duties).

1-2 WEEKS OUT Practice walking in your wedding shoes. Call your reception site manager and make sure your vendors all have access to the site when they need it. Make your seating chart for the reception. Worksheet on Pg. 18

Confirm delivery locations, times, and final arrangement count with florist. Refer to Florist Worksheet on Pg. 19 Re-confirm location, date, and time with your photographer. Also confirm location, date, and time with videographer. Refer to Photography Worksheet on Pg. 16 Distribute wedding-day directions, schedule, and contact list to all parents, attendants, and vendors. Decide who will meet, greet, and handle each vendor on the wedding day. Put together an overnight bag for your wedding night (toothbrush, sexy lingerie, etc.) and designate someone to deliver it to the hotel for you. Confirm date, location, time, and play list with band/DJ and/or ceremony or cocktail hour musicians. Refer to Music Worksheet on Pg. 20 Get a manicure and pedicure and confirm wedding day beauty appointments. Leave a copy of your honeymoon itinerary with someone in case of emergency. Plan for wedding gifts (and any cash) brought to the party and designate someone to take care of them at the end of the night Put final payments and cash tips for vendors in marked envelopes and give to a designated family or friend to distribute on the wedding day.

DAY BEFORE

Give final head count to the caterer. Confirm all catering set-up instructions and menu items.

Arrange for someone to drop off the guest book and pen at the reception site.

Give seating chart to caterer, location manager, or host. Refer to Seating Chart Worksheet on Pg. 18

Pull together a last-minute emergency kit (aspirin, makeup, safety pins, mints, etc.). Also make sure you have everything together -- your wedding gown, veil, shoes, and stockings.

Confirm head count, delivery time, and reception location with your cake baker. Tell Your Groom: Pick up your tux and try it on. (Don’t wait until the day of!)

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bridal party worksheet Maid of Honor

flower girl

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bridesmaids

Best Man

ring bearer

candle lighters

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ceremony readers

groomsmen

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registry worksheet Where we are registered: Store _________________________________ Phone ________________________________ Website _______________________________ Username/Password _______________________ Store _________________________________ Phone ________________________________ Website _______________________________ Username/Password _______________________ Store _________________________________ Phone ________________________________ Website _______________________________ Username/Password _______________________ Store _________________________________ Phone ________________________________ Website _______________________________ Username/Password _______________________

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registry item suggestions China Bowls Bread & Butter Plates Butter Dish Cups and saucers Dessert/Salad Plates Dinner Plates Gravy Boat Serving Platter Vegetable Serving Bowls Glassware Champagne glasses Cocktail glasses Cordial Glasses Goblets Iced Tea Tumblers Wine Flatware Butter knives Cake Knife Carving Set Cocktail forks Cold meat forks Desert Spoons Dinner Forks Dinner Knives Gravy Ladle Iced Tea Spoons Salad/Dessert Forks Salad Servers

Serving Forks Serving Spoons Sugar Spoons Steak Knives Tablespoons Teaspoons Cookware Blender Bread pan Cake pan Can opener Casserole dishes Coffee Maker Colander Cooling Rack Cookbooks Cookie Jar Cookie Sheets Corkscrew Crock pot Cupcake/Muffin Pan Cutting Board Deep Fryer Double Boiler Dutch Oven Electric Knife Electric Skillet Food Processor Grater Ice bucket Ice Cream Scoop Juicer

Measuring Cups Measuring Spoons Medium Saucepan Microwave Mixer Mixing Bowls Large Frying Pan Large Saucepan Loaf Pan Ovenware Pie Pan Pizza Pan Roaster Roasting Rack Salad Bowl Set Small frying pan Small saucepan Springform pan Steamer basket Stock Pot Tea Kettle Toaster Waffle Iron Table/Kitchen Linens Dish cloths Dish Towels Napkins Napkin Rings Placemats Pot holders Tablecloth

Bathroom Items Bath Mat Bath Rug Bath Towels Hamper Shower Curtain Soap Dish Toothbrush Holder Washcloths Trash can Bed Linens Bedspread Blankets Sheets Pillowcases Pillows Shams Throw pillows Household Items Front Porch Mat Picture Frames Vacuum Cleaner TV Trays Iron Clothes Hangers Closet Organizers DVD/Blu Ray Player Wall clock Patio Furniture Garden Flag Home Accessories Storage Containers


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Budget worksheet Item Reception

Budget

Actual

Item Stationery

Reception Venue & Rentals

Invitations & Reply Cards

Food & Service

Other Stationery

Beverages & Bartenders

Budget

Actual

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Cake(s) & Cutting Fee SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Wedding Rings

Attire + Beauty

His Ring

The Gown & Alterations

Her Ring

Headpiece & Veil Bride’s Accessories

Transportation + Lodging

Hair & Makeup

Bride/Groom Hotel Room(s)

Pre wedding Pampering

Guest Shuttle or Parking

Groom’s Tux or Suit

Limo(s) or Car Rentals

Groom’s Accessories SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Ceremony

Gifts

Ceremony Location Fee

Attendant Gifts

Officiant Fee/Donation

Favors

Ceremony Accessories

Parent Gifts SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Flowers + Décor Miscellaneous

Bride’s Bouquet Bridesmaid Bouquets Groom & Groomsmen Boutonnieres Flower Girl Flowers Reception Decorations & Centerpieces Ceremony Decorations SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Music Ceremony Musicians

Wedding Coordinator

Cocktail Hour Musicians Reception Music SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Photography + Videography

SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

Photographer Videographer

TOTAL COST OF WEDDING

Additional Prints & Videos SUBTOTAL

SUBTOTAL

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It is no longer expected that wedding costs will be assigned according to tradition. Discuss your plan and budget with your families to determine whether to follow a traditional division of financial responsibility for the wedding costs. If circumstances don’t allow the families to follow tradition, the proper rationale in deciding who pays for what portion is basic: Whoever is most willing and most able to pay for a wedding expense assumes responsibility for that expense. Below is the traditional division of expenses.

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• Groom’s wedding ring • Wedding gift for groom • Gifts for maid/matron of honor & bridesmaids • Gifts for parents (optional) • Gowns for maid/matron of honor & bridesmaids (optional) • Accommodations for out-of-town attendants (optional) • Luncheon for bridal party • Informal stationery

• Bride’s engagement & wedding rings • Bride’s bouquet • Boutonniere for men in wedding party • Mother’s corsages • Wedding gift for bride • Gifts for best man & groomsmen (optional) • Accommodations for out-of-town attendants (optional) • Marriage license • Honeymoon • Fee for officiant

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Groom’s Family • Engagement party • Groom’s wedding attire • Groom’s parent’s wedding attire • Wedding gift for newly weds • Rehearsal dinner • Shipment of wedding gifts to couple’s home • Welcome party for out-of-town guests (optional)

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Catering worksheet Caterer Company/Name: ______________________________________________ Price: _____________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ Phone: ____________________________________________________ Menu: _____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Beverages: __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Caterer will also provide: _________________________________________

questions for the caterer What type of food items do you recommend for my budget and number of guests? What type of service, sit-down dinner or buffet, would be best? Discuss menu selections. What is the cost per person? Do you provide linens? Is there an additional fee? Is there a color selection? Do you supply glasses, plates and silverware? Is there an additional charge? Do you provide food for the photographer, videographer or musicians? Is this an extra per-person charge? Will you pack a to go snack for the bride & groom? Will you pack the top tier of the wedding cake? Do you handle all rental equipment such as tables, chairs and serving pieces? Would it cost less if I handle the rentals myself? How much time will you need to set up? Can we go over the table locations and seating arrangements ahead of time? Do you handle cleanup? Rental returns? Will you personally handle and attend my reception? If not, what is the name of that person that will? Can you provide liquor? What is the cost per drink? Is it cheaper if we provide the liquor? Do you charge a corkage fee per bottle if we provide our own wine and champagne? Do you require a minimum number of guaranteed guests? What is the last date when I can give you a final guest count? When will you provide the final per-person cost? What is the payment policy? What is the deposit to hold the date? What is your refund & cancellation policy? Are gratuities already figured in the total price? If so, what is the percentage?

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Rental worksheet Store: 1 ______________________________________________ Transportation rental Phone: ____________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ Salesperson: _________________________________________________ Items to Reserve for Ceremony/Reception: _____________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Pickup/Delivery Date: ___________________ Time: ___________________ Return Date: _________________________ Time: ___________________ Deposit: ____________________________ Cost: ___________________

Store: 2 ______________________________________________ Phone: ____________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ Salesperson: _________________________________________________ Items to Reserve for Ceremony/Reception: _____________________________ __________________________________________________________

Company Name: ________________________ Phone: _________________________ Contact Name: ________________ Type: ______________________________________________________ Pickup Date/Time: _________________ Length of Rental: _______________ Capacity: ___________________________ Price: ___________________ Additional Instructions: __________________________________________ When to rent, or when to buy? Below are some popular wedding items, and the best place to get them.

rental Store items: Chairs Tables Tent Linens Candelabras Candle holders Plants Platters Serving pieces Punch bowl

party/craft store Items:

Punch fountain Archways Chair covers Cake stand Chocolate fountain Tableware Stemware Utensils Dance floor Heaters/fans

Balloons Helium tank Baskets Bows Streamers Ribbon Banners Confetti Candles Centerpieces Bubbles

Sparklers Silk Flower Petals Silk Greenery Fabric Informal Stationery Plastic/Paper Tablecloths Plastic Serving Bowls/Utensils

__________________________________________________________ Pickup/Delivery Date: ___________________ Time: ___________________ Return Date: _________________________ Time: ___________________ Deposit: ____________________________ Cost: ___________________

Your One-Stop Formal Wear Headquarters

Store: 3 ______________________________________________ Phone: ____________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ Salesperson: _________________________________________________ Items to Reserve for Ceremony/Reception: _____________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Pickup/Delivery Date: ___________________ Time: ___________________

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Wedding Gowns Bridal Party Dresses Tuxedos Prom Pageant Accessories

Return Date: _________________________ Time: ___________________ Deposit: ____________________________ Cost: ___________________

TOTAL COST OF Rentals: Rental Budget Rental Actual $

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invitation worksheet Guests see the invitation long before they see you on your wedding day-so, whether your style us refined and elegant, modern, or relaxed-your invitation needs to make the first impression.

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A. Pocket it Lemon drop yellow makes this pocket invitation pop, while hand painted details in shades of blue and yellow give it a beach-like feel. It’s an invitation that lends itself to unlimited insert options. In this pocket, guests will find inserts including an RSVP card as well as information on local activities and attractions, perfect for out-of-town guests.

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B. Put it in a box Think outside the box and put your invitation in a box. It’s a more pricey option, but certainly modern, fun and one of a kind. The box holds an invitation, handcrafted flowers, and celebration and ceremony cards. Tie it up with a ribbon, a few more flowers and a festive tag to make it an invitation like no other!

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C. Give it Feeling Play to your guests’ sense of touch with an invitation that is letter pressed-a printing method where the wording is pressed into thick cotton paper. Pink and gray give this square invitation a more relaxed feel while keeping it classy.

D. Metallic Texture

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The silver embossed paper is a simple addition to this best selling vertical pocket card, and what makes it memorable. A sparkly embellishment at the top gives it instant glamour. For a personal touch, hand address the envelope.

E. Set the Pattern Choose a pattern that sets the style of your event. Whether is paisley, organic, or geometricit can tie your whole event together. Use the pattern as a backdrop or accents on the invitation or to line the envelope. It can be bold or subtly stand out as seen on this popular folded card.

your favorite style

Stationer: _____________________________________ Phone: _____________ Manufacturer: ______________Style #: ______________ Date Ordered: ______________Date Promised: _________

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Save-the-Date Cards Wedding Invitations Response Cards Thank You Cards Programs Other

Quantities ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________

Price ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________


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Photography worksheet Studio Name:__________________ Phone: ______________________ Address: ____________________ ___________________________ Photographer’s Name: ___________ Price: ______________________ Portrait Date/Time: ______________ ___________________________ Location: ____________________ ___________________________ Mark your selections and make a copy of this checklist to discuss with your photographer. Be sure to be specific on what you want the photographer to capture on your wedding day.

Photo Budget $

Before the ceremony: — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Bride alone Bride with mother Bride with father Bride with both parents Bride with grandparents Bride with maid/matron of honor Bride with bridesmaids (group) Bride with bridesmaids (individuals) Bride with flower girl Attendants receiving flowers Parents receiving flowers Groom alone Groom with mother Groom with father Groom with both parents Groom with best man Groom with groomsmen (group) Groom with groomsmen (individuals) Grooms with ring bearer Groomsmen getting boutonnieres

At the ceremony:

Photo Actual $

— Guests outside church — Ushers escorting guest to seats — Bride’s grandparents being seated

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Bride’s mother being seated Groom’s mother being seated Groom’s grandparents being seated Bride & father entering church Groom & groomsmen at alter Attendants coming down aisle Bride & father coming down aisle Bride & groom at alter Ring ceremony Flower girl & ring bearer The kiss Bride & groom coming up aisle Bride’s family coming up aisle Groom’s family coming up aisle Bride & groom getting into car Bride & groom in car

Before the reception: — — — — — — — —

Bride and groom Bride and groom with her parents Bride and groom with his parents Bride and groom with grandparents Bride and groom with bridesmaids Groom with bridesmaids Bride with groomsmen Bride and groom with groomsmen

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Entire wedding party Bride and groom with all parents Bride and groom with bride’s family Bride and groom with groom’s family Bride and groom with officiant

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Bride and groom arriving Bride and groom entering Receiving line Buffet table Cake Decorations Bride dancing with father Groom dancing with mother Bride and groom first dance Talking with guests Cutting the cake Bride and groom feeding cake Toasts Bride throwing bouquet Groom removing garter Groom throwing garter Bride & groom getting into car Bride & groom in decorated car

At the reception:

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wedding trend for 2012

Trash the Dress s you begin to research photographers, you more than likely will see albums titled “Trash the Dress” as part of your photographer’s portfolio. According to the New York Times, the trend started in 2005 when Las Vegas photographer John Michael Cooper began photographing his clients in extreme conditions. Apparently Cooper was inspired by fashion photography which long ago learned the merits of juxtaposing beautiful, couture garments with ugly, grungy or dirty settings. Cooper was bored by the same, cookiecutter photos that every bride requests. Going into the 2012 Bridal season, the trend of “Trashing the Dress” is more popular than ever.

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Why do the brides want it? Good question. Many superstitious people think that destroying your wedding dress is a bad way to start a marriage. Maybe that’s precisely why the modern bride chooses to trash the dress- it’s her little form of rebellion. Or maybe the bride really just wants gorgeous, dramatic photographs of herself. Some brides just don’t like the idea of their dream dress sitting in their closet gathering dust. The most popular locations for “Trash the Dress” shoots include: the beach, a pool, pond or lake, buildings/ bridges with interesting architectural elements, fields, piers, woods, mountains or other rocky area; also popular are areas with urban decay, State fairgrounds or fountains. Still a little leery about trashing your perfect dress? The term “trash” may be misleading, as many dresses only get wet or dirty. A professional cleaning service should restore the dress to brand-new quality, enabling the wearer to then preserve and/or keep the dress, or to donate it to charity. Or, rather than trashing your own wedding dress, consider buying a cheap dress off the rack and trashing that instead. For your husband, you might consider him wearing some less formal clothes of his own, or he may just need to plan to rent his suit/tux long enough through the day after your wedding. Remember if you are considering a “Trash the Dress” photo shoot, you need to

discuss it with your photographer ahead of time when developing your photography budget. Otherwise, you might end up paying your photographer more for a single photo shoot. Your photographer can also help you select the location. He/she is the professional and may have great ideas that will be aesthetically dramatic and interesting. “Trash the Dress” portraits are usually taken in the late afternoon, with start times around four or five PM, this gives the “best light” for photographers. If you want a bouquet, you could have a new one delivered to you from your florist, could pick up one at a local grocery store (beautiful flowers for a reasonable price!) or farmer’s market. Some brides go without. Most brides just do their own hair and make-up. That is a judgment call. Check with your photographer, but you can probably get away with wearing comfortable shoes if your wedding day shoes were not. Wear all your wedding day jewelry, too. You may end up with some great new detail shots. Don’t forget to bring your improv skills! You need to kiss on command and create laughter even if something hilarious didn’t happen right at that moment. Don’t be afraid to dip, dance, jump in the water, etc., this is after all what it is all about! Brides that have done a “Trash the Dress” shoot can attest to how much more relaxed the bride and groom feel--grooms that may have been a little uptight for formals appreciate this laid-back photo shoot. This is one photo that will definitely draw attention in your new home!

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Reception worksheet Whether you are planning a quiet luncheon for family, or a full sit-down dinner complete with dancing and drinks, the reception will need to be planned in advance. Make sure to call your ideal location as soon as possible, sometimes they are booked in advance!

Site # 1 ____________________

Site # 2 ____________________

Site # 3 ____________________

Phone: _________________________

Phone: _________________________

Phone: _________________________

Address: ________________________

Address: ________________________

Address: ________________________

Contact Person: ____________________

Contact Person: ____________________

Contact Person: ____________________

Dates Available: ____________________

Dates Available: ____________________

Dates Available: ____________________

Indoor ______

Indoor ______

Indoor ______

Outdoor __________

Outdoor __________

Outdoor __________

Date Deposit is Due to Hold Date: ________

Date Deposit is Due to Hold Date: ________

Date Deposit is Due to Hold Date: ________

Deposit: ______ Total Cost: ___________

Deposit: ______ Total Cost: ___________

Deposit: ______ Total Cost: ___________

Questions to ask Reception Site Coordinator: Does the site provide: - separate rooms for wedding party dressing - food or snacks - beverage/alcohol - disabled access - adequate parking for guests

Use this template to help get your seating organized. Additional table templates are provided below to customize the layout to match your venue. Remember to leave a couple of extra seats available for any last minute rsvp’s.

TABLE 1 DETAILS

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CAKE TABLE

BRIDE

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- Tables - Chairs & chair covers - China, glassware, silverware & serving dishes - Linens - will any decorations be provided - Are there any decorating restrictions

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Seating chart

- valet - on-site wedding coordinator for day of event - staff to cut the cake - will there be other events besides yours going on that day Does the site provide any of the following rentals:


Floral worksheet Florist: _____________________________________ Phone: _____________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ __________________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ Delivery Time: ________________________________

Bridal Bouquet Bridesmaid Bouquets Flower Girl Bouquet Boutonnieres Corsages Alter Arrangements Aisle & Pew Decor Cake Topper/Table Reception Centerpieces Other (rentals, etc.)

Quantities _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______

Price _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______

TOTAL COST OF Flowers: Floral Budget $

Floral Actual $

Flowers by season spring

cherry blossom daffodil dogwood forsythia hellebore hyacinth lilac lily of the valley muscari peony quince rose

sweet pea tulip viburnum summer

anemone astilbe azalea calla lily camellia cosmos daffodil dahlia daisy

delphinium french tulip hollyhock hyacinth hydrangea jasmine lady’s mantle larkspur lilac lily of the valley marigold mimosa pansy

peony primrose ranunculus scabiosa snapdragon sweet pea tulip violet zinnia fall

autumn leaves celosia chinese lantern

chrysanthemum crosnia dahlia hydrangea statice sunflower yarrow winter

amaryllis anemone casablanca lily evergreen forced bulbs

freesia gerber daisy heather narcissus holly paper-whites poinsettia rose stephanotis Year ‘round

babys breath orchid tuberose

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Music worksheet Ceremony Musicians: 1) _________________________________Phone: ______________________ Price: _____ Deposit:_____________ Date Required: _______________________

Popular Wedding Songs Below are some popular wedding selections, chosen by Brides for years. Take a minute to download samples of these songs and see which one may fit your wedding style and reflect you & your fiancé’s personalities. Also include songs that are special to you personally or reflect family traditions.

2) _________________________________Phone: ______________________ Price: _____ Deposit:_____________ Date Required: _______________________

Reception Entertainers: 1) _________________________________Phone: ______________________ Price: _____ Deposit:_____________ Date Required: _______________________ 2) _________________________________Phone: ______________________

song choices

Price: _____ Deposit:_____________ Date Required: _______________________ Processional: ________________

Wedding Party Dance: ___________

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Arisoso - Bach

Trumpet Voluntary in D - The Prince of Denark’s March Clarke or Purcell

Brandenburg Concerto #2 - Bach

Canon in D- Pachelbel

Recessional Music:

The Four Seasons - Handel or Vivaldi

(played as bride & groom walk down the aisle after ceremony is over)

Water Music - Handel What a Wonderful World

Wedding March - from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Ode to Joy - Beethoven

Gloria - Vivaldi

- Louis Armstrong

- Mendelssohn

Unforgettable - Nat King Cole

Ode To Joy -from The Ninth Symphony Beethoven

Ceremony: __________________

Couple/Parent’s Dance: __________

March From Lohengrin -Wagner

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Moonlight Sonata - Beethoven

“The Messiah” Handel

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Other Instructions: _____________

Ave Maria - Schubert / Gounod

Trumpet Tune - Purcell

Recessional: _________________

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Greensleeves - Traditional

Magnicat in D - Bach

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Rhapsody in Blue - Gershwin

Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals

Bride & Groom First Dance: _______

__________________________

A Kiss Is Just A Kiss - Tony Bennett

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Processional Classics: Bridal Chorus (Here comes the Bride) - from “Lohengin” Wagner

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Engagement Announcement Form

Engagement and Wedding Announcement Deadline for information and photographs is two work-weeks prior to publication date. Engagements will be announced in the Sunday edition only and will appear in the Life & Style section. TYPE or PRINT all information clearly, underlining the names by which the bride-elect and groom-elect are called. Correct spelling and legibility are your responsibility. For more information, including pricing options, please call (336) 888-3592 or (336) 888-3585, or email: aloflin@hpe.com; npittman@hpe.com | 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. weekdays.


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