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Types of Weddings


A church wedding is the way many couples choose to begin their lives together as man and wife. Whether planning a Christian service, Jewish ceremony, or other place of worship and denomination, many couples feel that a religious wedding adds meaning and reverence to the day.

Traditional Venue

Traditional Venues (such as hotels, restaurants, resorts and country clubs, to name a few) are used for both the ceremony and reception as well as for the Bride, Groom and Wedding Party Preparation, Photography, Cocktail Hour and sometimes overnight accommodations.


A Destination Wedding, is where a couple invites their nearest and dearest on a mini-vacation. The ceremony itself, the reception, and the honeymoon all occur over a long weekend, along with other destination wedding activities designed to bring the revelers together.

Outdoor Venue

With so many wedding dates set for the warmest months of the year, it's natural to think about holding your celebration outside. The weather tends to be perfectly behaved, the trees and flowers are blooming, and the sun sets later to allow you to party into the night. Depending on your style, there are loads of different natural settings to choose from to suit your dream wedding

Week​end Weddings

Your family and friends are already gathered together so why confine the celebration to just one day? Many couples are now planning a whole weekend of festivities! Often combined with a "destination" wedding, make the most of this amazing moments in your lives.

Backyard BBQ

Overwhelmed by the size, cost and stress of planning a "traditional" wedding? Churches, Country Clubs and "etiquette" not your thing? celebrate your day with the people you love at the place you feel most comfortable. BBQs, Clambakes, Camping or Backyard wedding ceremonies are becoming more and more frequent

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