Vineyard weddings can be a lot of fun. But like all weddings they take planning.
Wineries historic charm makes for beautiful wedding venues. When you visit a winery have a list of questions to ask the wedding coordinator.
Ask for their menus. And wine tasting requirements.
See the ceremony site and chairs.
Is the reception area tented or not. Chairs and accessories.
Some wineries have accommodations for you and out-of-town guests.
Vineyard Weddings Rehearsal Dinner.
Map for invitations. Website address.
Plan B in case of bad weather.
Remember to ask for a backup plan when you are shopping Vineyard Weddings.
Remember to get all prices quoted in writing. And note in your paperwork what they cover. Ask for wedding references. Check them out. Keep a record of all your quotes. Including expenses and receipts.
Wineries who offer vineyard weddings have professional contacts to accommodate services. From the clergy to the photography and more.
List the items you would be bringing to the site. Include your outfits. Favors for the tables. Gifts for your wedding party.
Make a note of items and dates that make each location different. This way you can compare your requirements and costs.
Then start planning your honeymoon.
Visit www.willowvineyardwine.com/weddings .
Greg Wilson and Colleen Ayotte’s wedding in a Michigan winery.
Greg and Colleens wedding at Ciccone Vineyards and Winery, Suttons Bay, Michigan. Visit www.cicconevineyards.com .
Photography by Rebecca Kinnee, Kingsley, Michigan.
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