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Discovering Trendy Wedding Venues
Date: December 06, 2005 • Author: Emily • Filed Under: Celebrity Weddings & Venues

Finding a wedding venue can be tough!

I found that once I had found my wedding venue and then subsequently my reception venue everything else seemed to fall into place. I'm not sure if I was just lucky, but it was such a weight off my mind that other decisions didn't seem so difficult.

I could start to picture the whole day and everything seemed so much more real - especially when I had put down the deposits!

One venue that has certainly been pushed into the limelight is Windsor's Guildhall in the UK. I know it well and although TV coverage for Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was only of the outside many people around the world are now aware of it.

Come December 21 Sir Elton John and David Furnish will again give further status to this Windsor venue when they are one of the first gay couples in the UK to get wed.

It makes me wonder will brides and grooms start to pick venues based on which celebrities previously got married in them?

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As you plan your wedding you will receive advice from just about everyone. Friends and family have a million and one tips to pass on, in fact here at Wedaholic I have been offering tips galore. For example tips on wedding djs, getting guests to mingle, giving a great speech and tipping wedding suppliers to name just a few!

To give you a flavour of what to expect I have copied the types of wedding tips you will receive below:

Sample Tip 1 :

At the reception hall, fill baskets in the bathroom with miniature hand lotions, breath mints, hair sprays, and hair gels for emergency touch-ups. You may also want to put out a basket with a few inexpensive pairs of pantyhose and
some clear nail polish.

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Sample Tip 2 :

Don’t forget grandparents and other relatives who may feel “left out” during the preparations before the wedding. Take a camera along when you are shopping for your dress or looking at flowers.

Send pictures with a quick note that says, “Here’s me rubbing my feet after trying on shoes that were murder!” Or “Aunt Joan, the flowers were beautiful, but I wish you could have been there.”

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Sample Tip 3 :

For bridesmaids' dresses, consider separates, especially if you have attendants whose sizes and shapes vary widely. Skip the bridal stores and check out department stores for evening skirts and separate tops that are made of luxurious fabrics and trimmed with beading or embroidered details.

"Dear Emily your tips have been very helpful to me in planning for my wedding thank you for all of your help, looking forward to receiving other tips from you. Best Regards" - Cornelia, US


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