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Welcome to the Wedding Day Sourcebook, western New England’s connections for all things wedding planning and wedding related. We can’t talk about weddings and all the planning that goes into one without riding the wave of what has happened with weddings the past year. The ups and downs; planning a wedding or postponing, or canceling all together. Planning the usual type of wedding celebration came to a standstill. New guidelines, the wait for vaccines, and a rush to reschedule ensued. You can say this was the perfect storm; a decimation of the wedding and event industry, the disappointment of engaged couples, the waiting game, and the additional challenging guidelines. But for some, challenges do have a way of bringing creativity and change. The “micro-wedding” was born. A small gathering of ten people for the couple to share their most intimate celebration. Weddings were going to continue. No virus was going to stop love. As we move forward now, guidelines have loosened, creative measures have been taken for health and safety and we’re now moving forward with more invited guests. It’s a good thing. In this issue you’ll find lots of love and inspiration. From microweddings to bigger celebrations, to stories from local couples who have postponed their big celebration yet got married anyway. We know wedding celebrations are still going to happen in the months and years to come, so we’re sharing some amazing wedding professionals who can help you make that happen. Things are moving positively forward; confidence is growing every day as guidelines loosen and the vaccine becomes more available. And with a little creativity, the right team of wedding professionals and lots of love, the art of getting married in western Massachusetts continues to happen. It’s still wonderful, it’s still beautiful. Happy Planning!

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Attending a bridal show while you’re planning your wedding is almost like a rite of passage. After all, where can you go to see the latest wedding gown trends from the runways, the most amazing flowers, compare photographers, have photo booth fun and eat delicious cake...all in one day? A bridal show. We all know that this past year, with Covid-19 and all the shutdowns, bridal shows and wedding planning events were placed on hold. But...we’re back!! Mark your calendar for the area’s largest one day Fall bridal show, The Western New England Fall Bridal Show on Sunday, November 7th, at the MassMutual Center, in Springfield, MA. It’s an amazing day that will bring together the area’s finest wedding professionals, products and services for the area’s largest one-day Fall bridal event. All kinds of benefits are in store for engaged couples attending this event! •

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Liz and James met as students at Amherst College, so not only did they take a walk down memory lane during their engagement session there earlier in the year, it was also the location for their summer wedding ceremony. The day began with their each getting ready at the Inn on Boltwood. James was surrounded by his friends while they figured out how to tie their bowties, and Liz had her bridesmaids help her into her dress. For their first look, family portraits, and ceremony, Liz wore James’ grandmother’s vintage 1950s wedding dress. She later changed into a more contemporary dress for the reception. They saw each other for the first time that day during a private first look, after which we walked to the Boltwood’s library for their ketubah signing. James’ dad, a judge from Colorado, officiated both their ketubah signing and their wedding ceremony over at Amherst College. We then all hopped onto a bus which made its way to the Amherst campus where we would spend the next couple of hours. First we found an area of open shade to take their family and wedding party portraits, which was a stone’s 12

throw from Johnson Chapel where we headed afterward to get ready for their wedding ceremony. They were married under the traditional Jewish chuppah, and their bridesmaids and groomsmen stood on either side. Their kiddush cup was a Native American wedding vase, and at the conclusion of the ceremony James stomped on an awaiting glass. Upon exiting the chapel, James surprised Liz with a horse drawn carriage which would carry them back to the Inn on Boltwood. She was very surprised and they laughed the whole way back. Their reception was held under the Inn on Boltwood’s tent and an excellent band from Boston played for several hours. They really got the crowd dancing! To finish out the day-long celebration, Liz and James held an afterparty in the Inn on Boltwood’s ballroom which was transformed by an amazing lighting design. That really added to the club-like atmosphere that kept those who stayed that long into the night entertained. NOTE: This wedding took place pre-Covid

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Liz + James had additional help on their day from… Reception Location : Inn on Boltwood Ceremony Location : Johnson Chapel at Amherst College Wedding Planner : Eutopia Events Makeup Artist : Crystal Vazquez and Company Hair Stylist : Beauty To Be

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A Wedding Story:The Journey of Michelina and Wesley Our story has had more curveballs than the typical fairy tale. It is something for the ages that I never thought that I would get the chance to experience. Like any girl, I wanted the fairy tale ending and prince to save me. After several failed attempts I just never thought that it would be in the cards.....until I met Wes. Our start was not exactly “normal”. I joined Zoosk, a dating site, for fun and to see what was out there. After a few weeks of back and forth texting and messages we finally decided to meet. I asked him to come to the restaurant where I worked, to see what he looked like before we went out. I needed to make sure he was who he said he was. He sat in the restaurant and I refused to wait on the table to make sure that I didn’t embarrass myself. He said he was blown away and in awe of what he saw. The first time meeting my family was memorable to say the least. Kaycee, his sister, also joined us for dinner and smores’. I was blown away by him; taking off his cap to shake my dad’s hand and say hello to my mom. Everything was going great. And, of course, I asked my family what they thought; my mom responds “ he doesn’t seem like your type.” Well of course to that I respond “since when have I had a type, everyone I have dated has been different.” Over the course of the next few months, we spent a lot of time together and with my family. Sadly during this time Wesley’s dad passed away and that’s when our story gets its tragic twist in the plot. After a couple weeks, Wes, unfortunately had to go back to South Africa to be with his family. We knew what this would mean for our future. Either a long distance relationship, I should rephrase that, extremely long distance relationship or that we would not be able to make it work. A few weeks after he left I realized that he was not someone I was willing to let go of. I started plotting with his sister to surprise him and show up in South Africa unannounced! My parents were not exactly jumping at the thought of their daughter leaving the country never mind traveling alone. But I did it, and I planned and plotted and made him think that after winning Miss Cape and Islands that I was going to come in December and be there for Christmas. The surprise went off without a hitch. Wes was at a place called Mug and Bean with his best friend Saint. He was just sitting there having a normal conversation when I went walking by and pretended that I was just walking through to the parking lot. His mind was blown! He was in complete shock which was exactly what I had hoped! Wes was very cross with me because he had everything planned out and now a wrench had been thrown into it. The trip was amazing and we had so much crammed into three weeks that every day was something different and amazing. The biggest day, I was excited for was the day we got to go on a safari! Of course the truly touristy thing to do but I was excited. We had to get up at 4am, pack the car and be there by 7:30am, so early! Looking back on that day, I still can’t believe how well Kaycee and Wes hid all the planning and stuff in the car for the proposal! Yes, the proposal! It was a cold out, but still stunning. We got to see so many animals and the view was breathtaking!!!! We got to stop up high on a ridge to look out and have coffee and I was taking pictures. I was completely oblivious to what was going on with Wes and Kaycee. Perfectly enough, there were elephants off in the distance as well setting the scene for what would be one of the most memorable moments in my life so far. Wes, all of a sudden, starting getting all romantic, asking if I could deal with his crazy forever, and what I thought of changing my last name to Oliver? Answering “yes” and “I already planned on it,” he took my camera and turned me around, got down on one knee and asked if I would marry him with the most beautiful, unique ring ever. I was shaking and so was he, almost falling over trying to get down on one knee. We could not have been more excited in that moment with a stunning backdrop of the landscape and animals. www.weddingsourcebook.com

We filed for his visa in January of 2015 after several weeks of grueling paperwork. We thought the process would take all of a few months. The time line we had for ourselves got shattered. Our first hurdle to get through didn’t happen till October 31 when the paper work was accepted on the government side here in the US.. That same day after being apart since April of that year, I got another surprise. Wes managed to get a visa to come visit me for a few weeks. For those that don’t know about visas, the process of getting a temporary visa while waiting for a permanent visa is unheard of and how he did it I don’t know! In one day my world had gone from seeing each other through a computer screen to holding him in my arms. We got to enjoy a few weeks together and celebrate our birthdays and even do some wedding planning! Planning a wedding with a groom who wanted to be involved in every aspect was not easy. Most of our decisions were made with him trusting my decision or reporting back to him after appointments to decide on things like food or even venue. When Wes went back to South Africa, we had to wait for him to get the visa in hand before he could leave the country for good. So, before Christmas, Wes headed back to South Africa and the distance began again. Finally after many headaches and stressful days, Wes landed on April 21 for good. We had been waiting since he left after his dad’s passing for 624 days and the 90 days we were granted to get married had started to count down. We decided that we wanted to honor not only my parents, but my grandparents by marrying on both of their anniversaries, June 15. On Cold Storage Beach in Dennis MA, we said I do. With just the justice of the peace present and the other beach goers to cheer, we began our life together as husband and wife. We knew that trying to plan a wedding where everyone could attend in the time we were given was not possible if it was anything like our perfectionist ways. We decided to throw a ceremony for everyone that had supported us and our crazy story. August 26, 2016 was the day we decided to share our I do’s with everyone we loved. While the distance was, without a doubt, not easy by any means, it has certainly been worth it. We made it work any way we knew how and appreciate the time that we had together. We certainly won’t forget the hoops we had to jump through and what makes us love each other that much more. Note: This story was written by the bride, Michelina Oliver. Michelina and Wes now make their home on Cape Cod, eager to experience life together and all that it has to offer. They will be celebrating their 5th anniversary this August.

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How It Began.... Three years ago, Brian and I met on Tinder. His profile said “Looking for something real, let’s grab a pretzel..”and on our first date, we did just that. We met at Union St. Tavern in Windsor, CT and immediately knew we found something special. We sat holding hands the entire night and ordered our first pretzel. Since then, we’ve had too many to count. It soon became our adorable quest; grab a pretzel in every state! (so far, 14 down and two tropical islands). So when we got engaged last year, we thought what better day to “tie the knot” than on National Pretzel Day, 4/26/20. We booked our Sunday wedding at the Log Cabin in Holyoke and sent invites to 180 of our closest friends and family. We even heard from a company called Eastern Standard Provisions (Oprah’s Favorite Things -2019!), who saw our Save the Date picture online and offered to supply their pretzels for the wedding. It was unreal! Everything was coming along perfectly, RSVPs were starting to flood our mailbox and details were getting finalized. And then Covid19 happened… Suddenly, family and friends from all over the country had to cancel their travel plans and everyone was asking us what we were going to do. When MA extended the ban of gatherings over 10+ people, we had no choice but to reschedule the reception, but never once did we consider cancelling 26

or postponing our wedding ceremony. More than anything, we wanted to call each other husband and wife and we quickly began to pivot and make plans to have an intimate wedding. Our wedding venue, the Log Cabin, allowed us to use their outdoor space as planned to hold our ceremony on April 26, and our Justice of the Peace, Mikki, was able to marry us in front of seven of our closest family and friends. After our ceremony, cake cutting, and first dance in the rain, we all came back to our house to welcome a caravan of well-wishers in a drive by reception ceremony. We handed out wedding cake to-go, warm soft pretzels and set up a roadside table of Prosecco to cheers our guests who stayed in their cars. Brian surprised me and hired an acoustic guitarist who played on our porch and later that night my cousin sent us a twenty-minute compilation video of heartfelt messages from our parents, family and friends who couldn’t be with us. Cue the happy tears. It was the most magical and perfect day and we were able to celebrate and share what mattered most, our love for each other. Our advice to any couple considering postponing or cancelling their wedding due to covid19, is DON’T! Right now, more than ever, the world needs more love. Don’t cancel that, it will be the highlight of your year!!

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Special Moments: The drive-by reception on our wedding day. After our intimate ceremony at the Log Cabin, we invited family and friends to come cheers us in the driveway. Friends from all over CT, MA and NH drove in the pouring rain to wish us well on our wedding day and it was incredible. Our guests stayed in the car and we toasted them with a roadside table of prosecco, wedding cake to-go, and hot pretzels. Hands down the hardest part of the day was not having our parents there to witness this. My parents live in FL and it was so emotional not having them there, but with the amazing generosity of our great friend Amie Keefe, she volunteered to put her guest hat aside and be our photographer and videographer. Amie not only sent us all our photos within TWENTY FOUR HOURS! but she also completed the sweetest wedding day video that we were able to share with my parents who were unable to attend. Unbeknownst to us, my cousin reached out to our entire family and complied a 22 minute video filled with well wishes, skits and advice that she sent to us the night of our wedding. I sat crying the entire time blown away by how much time and love went into this. It was a true gift. 28

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Photographer/Videographer: Amie Spiridigliozzi Keefe from KC Films and Photography Bridal Shop: Mariella Creations Menswear: Joseph A Banks in Longmeadow Ceremony: The Log Cabin Reception: Our driveway! Wedding Planner: Amanda Malone from the Log Cabin, Heather Sullivan from Durocher Florist Invitations/Custom favor tags/Décor: Erica Dulude Florist: Durocher Florist Tacos: Taco Bell. (Taco Bell liked us in an Instagram post and reached out to us to send some cool wedding swag and delivered a ton of tacos on wedding day which we handed out to people who drove by for our wedding reception). Pretzels: Eastern Standard Provisions Music: The James Paul Band Hair and Makeup: Cassie Pratts Wedding Cake: Alyssa’s Cakery Justice of the Peace: Mikki Viereck Rentals: Pretzel Warmer from CT Rental Center White garden chairs from Royal Rentals Rings: Hannoush www.weddingsourcebook.com

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This could not be truer when it comes to Keegan and Emily. So it was no surprise their wedding would feel adventure-like. They met as college students in Burlington, Vermont. Emily at the University of Vermont, Keegan at Champlain College. Over the ten years together leading to their marriage they snowboarded the U.S., hiked the mountains of Vermont, jumped into rivers, traveled to music festivals, refurbished a school bus into a camper traveling across the U.S., settled in Truckee, CA for a year, got a puppy, bought a house in Vermont, fell in love with Costa Rica-where Keegan proposed and soon after the adventure of wedding planning began. The wedding planning culminated in a three day party, complete with enormous bonfire, on the shores of Lake Champlain at Basin Harbor in Vergennes, Vermont. A warm and breezy day in July friends and family gathered to witness and celebrate. A close friend, Chris officiated the ceremony. Chris created a ceremony that truly spoke to Keegan and Emily’s love of nature and the power of the universe. From the beginning of planning it was important to Keegan and Emily that this event be laid back, not fussy, be blue (paying homage to the enormous blue hydrangea of Emily’s childhood on the Jersey shore)-white and green, incorporate hand-made elements whenever possible and be absolutely fun. Believe me, it hit all those marks with Friends and family members pitching in to make it happen. Hand made elements began with hand-painted invitations by Flora-Ly Studios aka Keegan’s mom, Linda Ruel Flynn. The branches of green leaves and blue hydrangea water colored on each of the invitations were carried through the escort cards and table names. Wedding favors were birch branch planters made by Keegan’s dad and filled by Emily with a variety of succulents and moss. Family spent the year gathering clear bottles, old and new, to create Emily’s vision of table scapes of single white flowers and greens in a variety of bottles on white linen. Emily and her Mom spent hours getting the right flower into the right bottle. Once guests added their birch branch succulents to the table the vision was complete and it was as magical as Emily had envisioned. Basin Harbor is a sprawling compound of waterfront, cabins, hotel, golf course and walking trails. A golf cart to get around is a must. Needless to say when a groom and his five groomsmen climb into one hilarity ensues. Especially when the best man is 6’5”. The bouquets, boutonnières and were made by Keegan’s mother, Linda of Flora-Ly Studios. The bouquet elements had significance to the bride and groom. The bouquets were blue hydrangea from Emily’s family home in New Jersey, white hydrangea from Keegan and Emily’s garden, white peonies from Alaska-Keegan’s favorite flower and a homage to his grandmother- with flowers from Green Mountain Floral to round out the beauty. Emily and Linda decided on the flowers after a couple of trips to Green Mountain Floral and chats with their helpful staff. The ceremony arrangements carried through the elements of blue, white and green. After some guidelines from Linda, Keegan and Emily’s parent’s did a great job putting these together. Jacob Albee of Burlington, Vermont crafted the wedding bands. Keegan’s is meteorite and platinum. Emily’s is platinum. All photographs by Sam Simon of Sam Simon Imaging, Burlington, Vermont. “Sam is a photographer based in Burlington, VT where he lives with his wife and three children. His work covers his wide range of interests, but his wedding photography stands out. He has a way of connecting with couples and putting them at ease, which allows him to get to the heart of your vision. He will document your day in his unique journalistic style with images that are creative, personal, and capture all the emotion of the occasion.” http://www.samsimonimaging.com

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Wedding Guest Know-How! You’ve been invited to a wedding…or maybe even more than one, especially now that Covid restrictions and requirements are loosening up. These awesomely happy couples want you to join in, share their joy and celebration. So, you begin planning, what to wear, if their celebration will be turned into a little vacation with multi-day events…oh you really do need a vacation! But there are those rare times when a guest just might do something, unintentionally, that might detract from the couple’s wedding day — in big ways or small. As a guest at a wedding you’re excited. Excited to be a part of a wonderful celebration, to connect with family and friends, give best wishes to the wonderful couple, take pictures, and just enjoy the moment, especially after all this time in a pandemic. But, hold on, sometimes a guest might not realize that something they are doing is taking away from the day in some way —hampering the joy of the day or adding a distraction that is unnecessary. As someone who has seen their fair share of weddings, we’ll continue with some things to consider when attending a wedding. The potential “Dos and Don’ts.” Covid Is Still An Issue First and foremost are the health and safety of guests, vendors and staff. Please be aware of the requirements of the state in which the wedding will be held and what the Covid safety standards may be. Don’t be afraid to ask. Are masks mandatory? Yes, currently every venue has a requirement to wear masks when not seated. There will be seating and distance standards, hand sanitation stations and more that could be required. Please abide by the requirements for your safety, the safety of the couple and everyone around you. DON’T Wear White You’re going to a wedding, plan your attire, your look. Pass on wearing white or ivory. That old tale still holds true. White or ivory should be left to the bride, but of course you can wear some white, just not an all-white ensemble. The same goes for “club” dresses that tend to be too short, extremely tight and sometimes showing too much skin. A beautiful cocktail dress, awesome shoes with complimenting jewelry is trending in. You can dress for the style of the wedding, beach, relaxed or upscale, country club or ballroom…dress to impress whatever the style. Leave the jeans home but don’t forget to coordinate your mask! DO Be On Time to the Ceremony You’ve received this beautiful invitation. The time listed on the invitation is the time the ceremony should begin, so be sure to get to the ceremony location at least 10 minutes earlier. Behind the scenes of a wedding, everything runs on a timeline. Wedding professionals move flawless through a schedule to give the couple those amazing moments, awesome looks, great food and music. And things happen, if you run late or hit traffic, it’s not the end of the world. If you are late, you should make every effort to make sure you don’t bump into the couple before going down the aisle. If they don’t see you, they’ll have no idea you were late. Can we say, just sneak in the back. DO Be in the Moment More couples have asked for an “unplugged” ceremony, meaning that they want you to put down the camera phones, the cameras and such and just “Be in the Moment.” Just watch, listen and celebrate their moment, especially now that most ceremonies have limited guest counts. Today’s couples hire wedding photographers to capture their special moments, décor, a beautiful cake, wonderful smiles, www.weddingsourcebook.com

and touching moments. The couples don’t want you to walk out into the aisle to take a picture with your camera or your phone. They want you to watch them say their vows, even do their first dance, cut their cake and more, with you being in the moment, having fun. Couples won’t say it, but they don’t want you jumping in front of the hired photographer to get “your shot.” Leave the majority of the picture taking to the professionals the couple hired. Of course, many couples will encourage you can take pictures throughout the reception and many couples make up hashtags for social media and encourage you to use them, especially in photo booths, but it’s usually stated somewhere. On a sign with their custom hashtag, on guests tables, in a program or near a photo booth. If your wedding couple are hot on social media, I always side on not posting a picture of the wedding couple before they can even post of picture of themselves. If you’re unsure, just ask. DON’T Hide in Pictures Couples hire wedding photographers to capture amazing moments. They may even have a list of people to make sure they grab a picture of, especially out of town guests. They make ask you to be in a picture with them…go for it. You may not like your picture taken, but make sure that the photographer can see you. Don’t try to hide as they want to be able to see you and capture the moment. DO Act As This is The Best Wedding... Ever Remember, it’s their day. Most couples have had the added challenge of planning their wedding during this pandemic. They made the decisions on location, food, entertainment, décor and more all on their own…and you are a guest. A valued friend or family member they invited to witness and celebrate their special day. Don’t complain to the couple about the heat of the day, don’t pout about the food selection, don’t say so-and-so’s band was better. For this one day, let this wedding be celebrated without question. If you don’t agree with something, just take the high road and be totally happy to be at this celebration. DO Keep an Eye on Your Kids Weddings are about celebrations and often children have been invited to share in the day’s events. Children can be a wonderful addition to a wedding. But if you’re bringing your children, just be sure to keep an eye on them. Remember that weddings are not exactly toddler or kid friendly. Hot food, lighting and décor, unknown people, even the heat of the day can be a challenge. They can get bored at an adult event so bring along activities for them to do at the table (coloring books, small toys are a good way to go, things that don’t make noise) so they aren’t tempted to run around or distract you from the wedding activities. Also, if your children are not invited to the wedding, please don’t bring them. If it’s an out of town wedding, ask the couple or family for babysitter recommendations. DO Have Fun & Dance A wedding is a celebration, so enjoy every moment, especially after being cooped up during this pandemic. Hit the dance floor, enjoy the food, have some drinks, but don’t overdo it. No one likes a guest who goes overboard on the drinks. And at the end of the night tell the wonderful couple that this was the best wedding you have ever been to. Give them a hug, wish them well and thank them for inviting you.

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I Do - Want This Menu Food Trends to Consider for Your Wedding Day By Erin Corriveau, Lattitude Restaurant, Longitude Catering and Events Just like leg warmers, shoulder pads and Mom jeans, food also has seen many trends come and go. From the rise of gourmet burgers in 2007 to specialty salts in 2009 to the cronut craze (croissant-donuts) of 2013, these trends have seen some of the best, and worst, of the food industry. When planning your wedding, it’s easy to get caught in the “latest-and-greatest” game. Your Pinterest feed is filled with picture perfect wedding reception photos, glittery donut walls and champagne floats with edible flowers frozen in ice cubes. It’s easy to want it all, and I’m here to help. I’ve outlined some popular food trends that are here to stay – and make your day! The Welcome Beverage Today, many couples are getting married onsite at their reception venue. Guests arrive a good half hour prior to the ceremony and socialize a bit before finding their seat. If it’s a cold Fall or Winter Day, they want to warm up quickly. If it’s a hot Summer day, they want a cold drink to quench their thirst. Having a Welcome Beverage station is a great way to greet your guests. Unfortunately, under current Covid guidelines, the actual “serve yourself” station is not allowed, but have wait staff waiting to greet and serve your guests personally, a great start to your celebration. In warmer months, something as simple as an infused Water Station with great dispensers on display or perhaps a flavored Lemonade “stand” is much appreciated by guests. Once again, serviced by wait staff to serve your guests needs. In colder months, consider a Hot Apple Cider or Hot Chocolate station. Remember to have your caterer or bar manager have a place (out of the way of pictures) for guests to leave their glass. As an added courtesy, the service team should also do a sweep of the aisles just before the start of the ceremony for any empty glasses guests are still holding. NOTE: Having drinks butlered to guests vs. self service is a very nice touch and required currently under Covid guidelines. Let’s Get Interactive! Your wedding day is an experience from start to finish, and what better way to add to this experience than having guests see “live” food stations, or get in the process themselves! Live Shucked Raw Bars and Live Rolled Sushi Bars are always a hit and get lots of attention. Perhaps you love Mexican and would prefer a Mini Taco Bar with a Live “Guacamole-“Tender. Under current guidelines, venues are required to have staff serve guests their food. Serve yourself buffets and food stations are currently not allowed, but rules are subject to change. A Live Popcorn Bar also makes a “pop” (horrible pun intended) where fresh popcorn (right from the machine) is mixed with a guest’s choice of flavoring and presented it in a vintage striped popcorn box. The box is a good to “take-home” at the end of the evening too.

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The Food Truck Effect Food trucks have been making a greater appearance lately and seem to be here to stay, offering a unique food experience to many of your guests. In addition, food is cooked to order so it’s not only fresh, but nice and hot. While fun, please do keep these points in mind if planning to use a food truck on your special day: 1. If food trucks are your only source of dinner for your guests, be prepared to have extra staff to serve your guests. Again, guests are not allowed to serve themselves or even wait in lines, but those guidelines can change again soon. . The more trucks you have, the better. I highly recommend having some bites served at their table to tide them over before they select their food from the truck offerings. 2. Food trucks are weather dependent. They can’t come inside the building so if it rains on your wedding day, guests may have to either use umbrellas and go outside to get their food OR the truck will have to make a bunch of items and run them in the rain. In either case, guests or the food staff are going to get wet. Neither of them like that much. You may luck out and have a venue that has a covered area that trucks can pull right up to, however this is rare. Keep your guests dry and work out a rain plan with your food truck vendor. 3. Under current Covid guidelines, wait staff, bar staff and even a clean up team will be required as guests can’t help themselves or even simply take care of their own plates and trash. NOTE: Be wary of hiring “friends of friends” to help with any kind of service- food OR bar. While well intended, they are not licensed or insured and this could create a liability issue for you. The Grand Finale Perhaps the greatest current food trend is Late Night Bites or “Farewell Bites”. This is food offered in either the last hour of your wedding or upon the end of your celebration as guests are leaving. All too often, guests have just danced for the last two hours, working up an appetite, and remember they’re hungry as they drive away. Enter McDonald’s (or Wendy’s or Sonic, etc.) Instead, why not offer your guests the best farewell/favor: food! From pizza trucks to “drive thru” fare (sliders, fries, mini hot dogs) to “take out” temptations (nacho boats, taquitos, crab rangoons, eggrolls), there is something for everyone. Normally set up as small bites, these stations are a hit and definitely taken advantage of. They’re the perfect way to “soak up the fun” at the end of the best day ever. NOTE: Make sure your caterer has to-go boxes if you’re offering food on the way out so guests can travel with it easily.

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The Log Cabin is the most breathtaking wedding venue in Western Mass. The scenic location atop Mt. Tom offers uninterrupted views of the beautiful Western Massachusetts landscape. Imagine a new addition, an elegant, state-of-theart tent, located at the highest point on the Log Cabin’s property, the Upper Vista. The Upper Vista stands on a peak above the Log Cabin with panoramic vistas and valley views. It’s a spectacular mountaintop experience that brings outdoor weddings to the next level. It’s a stunning backdrop for your big day. The Upper Vista tented space is like no other in the area. The wedding tent with patio flooring is an innovative outdoor wedding option normally up to 150 people with a beautiful green space for your wedding ceremony. Under current guidelines due to Covid-19, you can have an amazing wedding outside with a tent capacity of 60 guests with a dance floor. This follows the guidelines of 6 feet between tables with 6 guests per table.

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Besides the romantic setting and breathtaking views, the Upper Vista offers first class service from professional waitstaff and bartenders to ensure your guests have amazing time. They also know food is important and Log Rolling Catering offers customized, chef-created menus. Buffet options are still available, with staff attended service. Round out your wedding with a spectacular dessert designed to your specifications by the in-house pastry chef. The Upper Vista gives you the space and flexibility to custom your event. The wedding and event planners at The Log Cabin have been recognized as the best in the business and can equally add a spectacular team of wedding professionals such as photographers, DJ’s, awesome bands, lighting, flowers and more. Ultimately, the Upper Vista gives couples the funky destination wedding experience with the peace of mind that comes with knowing their big day is in the hands of experienced professionals.

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Photographer: Four Wings Photography

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