What would you do if a hurricane threatened to interrupt your wedding plans? Would you run around screaming with your hands flailing in the air? That’s one plan but it wouldn’t be especially productive.
Your wedding is a big deal to you (plural) and it may also be a reason to celebrate for your dearest friends and relatives. Some of whom you may determine should be part of your bridal party, not just the celebration. It is important that you are clear about what the attendants’ financial and personal responsibilities are so that you can also inform your prospects before they accept the job.
The Knot has released their annual real weddings study for 2014 and this is a good chance to look through it and give our thoughts on how they relate to Eastern North Carolina. While ECB would love to launch our own study, we don’t have quite the same reach as them. They’re the most popular wedding site (for some reason that we can’t figure out) so they get to do this stuff.
Your wedding guests are traveling from far and wide to come celebrate your nuptials, now you need to figure out where they are going to sleep. Unless you have a very large home, and the servants to support it, reserving a block of rooms at a nearby hotel will make everyone happy.
Three things to consider when booking: Location, Accommodations, Services.
You’ve got your wedding ride all picked out. You’ve eschewed the limo and chosen a horse and carriage or a rented red mustang convertible to bring your and your sweetie to the altar and reception. The wedding party is squared away too, so now let’s figure out how some key folks are getting there and back.