Wedding Details Count
With This Ring
When planning a wedding, one discovers there is a lot to remember besides the actual day of the wedding.
Especially to ensure accuracy and that everyone is on the same page, brides and grooms must remember when deposits are due, when things like favors and the cake must be ordered, how long prior to the wedding must invitations be mailed out, etcetera, etcetera...not to mention worrying about human error causing a storm on an otherwise perfectly-envisioned day. To aid in such things, we here at Vanity Fare suggest that all our future newlyweds create a notebook or binder specifically dedicated to the purpose of planning their wedding.
Within this binder, we suggest that you write down everything. Yes, everything. No idea is too grand; no detail is too small. Take notes of conversations had between each other and with caterers, florists, decorators, and anyone else involved in making your day all you want it to be . If not given them, always ask for copies of contracts and ordering sheets...and keep every receipt you acquire. Should something break or be engraved incorrectly or be no longer needed, you'll have less difficulty returning it. Write dates on multiple calendars as to never let deposits or final payments slip your mind. And while doing all of these things may not prevent something from going wrong, it will most definitely help a lot more to go right.
If you are looking for a venue for your wedding reception think of Vanity Fare Wedding Caterers, NJ
Vanity Fare Caterers
1600 Route 70 East
Lakewood, NJ 08701
Ask For Jen or Bob to discuss your Wedding Venue, Corporate Event, Bar Mitzvah or Graduation Party