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Videographer: Make sure you give him/her a list also if wanting specifics—it is also great to ask if he/she can get the guests involved by asking them to share a special time they had with the couple or even just a simple congrats! You will love watching it over and over reliving your special day!
Flowers: Determine colors, style and who is handling your flowers Sit down with florist and determine ceremony and reception décor (including centerpieces, altar, aisle markers, runner, bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, etc.)
Entertainment: Book band, DJ, acoustic musician, etc. for reception -After booking, make sure you have all information in the contract including set-up time, break-down time, length of play, break music, equipment and be sure they include the number of band members because their rates may change year to year (you need to get exactly what you are contracted to pay for) Find out what equipment the entertainment is responsible for and what you are responsible for (i.e. speakers, lighting, microphones, etc.)
Alley Station has it all. Chic, modern décor in a beautifully restored historical building. Downtown old Montgomery on the brand-new Alley. Old-fashioned service with state-of-the-art technology and fresh approaches to style. Traditional yet progressive.
Determine wattage and amperage needed to make sure your venue can handle it (if it is an outdoor reception, you may have to rent a generator for power)
Beautiful Rooftop Terrace (Seats up to 350)
Stunning Ballroom (Seats up to 350)
Compile a list of ‘must play’ songs and ‘do not play’ songs
Freedom in choosing your own vendors
Send the band your introduction (Mr. and Mrs. …), first dance song, bride/father dance, groom/mother dance, garter toss and bouquet toss songs
Expert help throughout planning process
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Published on May 4, 2012