“Will you?” to “I do!”

“Will you?”

Step 1: “Will you marry me?”

Get engaged! This one’s totally up to you. When that happy occasion occurs, proceed to step 2!

Step 2: Do your research.

Look at magazines, see what appeals to you, find out what you do — and don’t — want at your dream wedding. Save your inspiration as you go so you can refer back to it easily.

Step 3: Set your budget.

Knowing how much you have to spend, and where the cash will come from, will dictate what happens next.

Step 4: Find your venue.

Vermont is full of beautiful backdrops for your big day, including a plethora of state parks!

Step 5: Pick your colors.

Perhaps the natural beauty of Vermont will inspire you.

Step 6: What’s on the menu? From pig roasts to pizza ovens, think outside the chicken-or-fish checkbox to give your guests an unforgettable dining experience!

Step 7: Saying “I do” is obviously the best part of the ceremony, but what’s the best part of the reception? The moment the guests have been longing for — saying “let them eat cake!”

Step 8: Invite your guests, and make sure they know where to go — how about some custom calligraphy?

Step 9: Take a laugh break. We believe there’s no such thing as a perfect wedding — but isn’t it better that way? Even with a few slip-ups, every couple’s story is unique, and that’s what makes love so grand.

“I do!”

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