Monday, May 28, 2012

10 Cost Saving Tips for Wedding Rental Supplies

Your backup for your wedding ceremony and wedding reception is a rental supply store. Most of these rental stores have many things for weddings. They are your backup for almost anything you need for a wedding. They can provide you with any dishes for a place setting, they can provide you with any dishes that can serve your wedding meal and also cooking vessels, linens for your reception tables  and anything that can help you prepare your wedding day meal.

The rental store often has many other things too for your wedding. Many rental companies also can provide you with wedding tents, tables and chairs, wedding decorations, and many other things you might be able to use such as champagne or chocolate fountains or any supplies needed for your wedding ceremony including wedding arches, a wedding guest sign up book, also a cake topper for your wedding cake and a cake serving set, or champagne glasses and many other things you might need for a wedding.

It is highly recommended to scope out local wedding rental services companies before meeting with many of your wedding vendors, you don't need to talk to rental services when you are starting out but your goal is to pick up a brochure or jot down notes on what they do have. Then as you meet up with wedding vendors, if you find things that you are missing, short on having enough wedding supplies, or if the caterer or venue does not have dishes and decorations to the color scheme you want you know your options.

A wedding rental services company comes in really handy if you decide to have an outdoor wedding and can provide you with a wedding tent and can provide you with all the supplies needed for an outdoor wedding. They are also great place to cover your wedding needs for an empty banquet hall or a unique wedding location such an art gallery, museum, or unique building. Anything you might need for a wedding including heaters, air conditioners, misting machines, almost anything you can think of needed for a wedding, the odds are a good rental services company can cover your needs or point you in the direction of where you might find what you are looking for your wedding.

Here are 10 cost saving tips for wedding rentals.

Tip 1 - Use the Word "Party" or "Event" Instead of the Word "Wedding"
Many of your rental service companies are very helpful to help you out for your wedding but in some ways they are a little sneaky too. The key is to be a little careful of what you say, some of these rental services companies have a separate pricing brochure for parties or events, and a higher priced brochure for weddings. When you order supplies, in one brochure the same item may be cheaper in one brochure and be more expensive in the wedding brochure. Keep the word wedding quiet or at least until you have signed a contract. Also when you meet up with a rental service company, if you bring a friend along, also mention to him or her not to use the word wedding in conversation, you just might save a bundle of money.

Tip 2 - Check-in with Caterers, Venues, and Other Brides to Maybe Combine Orders
When you talk with caterers, reception facilities, or other brides that are getting married on the same weekend as yourself, mention you are willing to combine orders with someone else. Just maybe you can combine your order with someone else, you can save money in a number of different ways. The order can be bigger and you get a bigger discount, you might save on one trip to the facility instead of a few, or you can use the same dishes or tables and chairs, one wedding is early in the day, the other is late in the day. Your wedding is on Saturday and the same supplies can be used for a Friday or Sunday wedding. Strike up a conversation, you are willing to combine orders for wedding supplies, you never know you might just get lucky and find yourself saving some money.

Tip 3 - Find Heavy Weight Plastic Plates and Glasses that Look Almost as Good as Fine China
In recent years, some companies have created plastic plates, glasses and silverware that almost looks like fine china. And if you use these type of plates, they can save you a lot of money. But beware, you are at a wedding, the plastic plates and glasses must have that classy look. You must not use paper plates, cheap plastic glasses, or regular cheap plastic silverware. Some reputable companies that sell classy dishes include , , , , , and .

Tip 4 - Inspect Rental Supplies Upon Delivery and Upon Returning
When picking up rental supplies for your wedding, inspect all your rentals. Be sure all rentals are accounted for, you have included all rentals in your contract. You should have a checklist of all the things you are renting and you aren't being short changed. If you have contracted for 300 place setting items, you have counted 300 of all things in your place setting. Inspect all your rentals to be sure nothing you are renting is broken, chipped, or cracked. It does not hurt to ask for an extra discount or some type of extra such as chair covers or extra serving dishes.

Upon returning dishes, make sure all plates, dishes and glasses have been thoroughly cleaned, avoid extra charges for dried food on dishes and for ring glass stain marks on drinking glasses. Inspect all rentals upon picking up and returning, if you don't do inspections, you might end up paying for someone else who did damage to the dishes.

Tip 5 - Check-in with your Local Thrift Shop or Community Center
You never know what your local thrift shop or community center might offer. They may be able to provide dishes and supplies for your wedding at a great big discount and in some cases even free. Check out what these places have before going to a rental supply store. Also check out women's auxiliary groups, some centers help out families by providing dishes that are in storage and some of these centers help out families that are having a tough time covering wedding costs. Also besides dishes, they might be able to help you with kitchen cookware and serving dishes. They may also recruit some volunteers to work your wedding.

Tip 6 - Consider a Coffee Bar instead of Table Service
Over the past decade coffee bars have become popular at weddings. Instead of paying wait staff to serve coffee at all the tables, consider instead of having a coffee bar. You can go either cheap or expensive. If you are going cheap just add a few flavors to your coffee bar. If you are going expensive, provide all sorts of flavors using creams and extracts. Offer all sorts of coffee choices such as coffee made from high class coffee beans, offer espresso, cappucino, latte, or regular and decaffeinated coffee. You also might have goodies along with the coffee bar including dipping chocolate spoons, different types of Italian desserts like cannoli, tiny cream puffs, chocolate eclairs, or fresh baked coffee cake.  Go with the coffee bar you can afford, it could be fancy or simple.

Tip 7 - Consider Using Beer Kegs and Boxed Wine Carafes
A heavy expense at weddings are your liquor costs. If you have an outdoor wedding and the wedding is not too formal the most cost effective liquor you can get for your wedding are beer kegs and boxed wine carafes. These are a lot less expensive that buying bottles of beer and wine or buying cans of beer. Make sure you have plenty of beer drinkers and wine drinkers. If the wedding is formal, make sure you have somebody to operate the keg, for you don't want your wedding guests to get beer suds on their wedding gowns and dresses or beer suds on groomsmen tuxedos.

Some other thoughts on alcohol at your wedding. Unless your two families are dry families, absolutely no one in either side of your families that drink alcohol. Alcohol is expected at weddings. Alcohol adds a lot of cost to weddings. Some ideas to consider. Offer two ticket drinks for all your legal age wedding drinks, offer just a few signature drinks that go with the color scheme of the wedding, if your color is red, have three red drinks, find some good red drinks your heavy drinkers like. Also shut down your wedding bar during the formal dinner part of your wedding.

If the venue allows it bring your own bartender and buy and bring your own liquor and wine. You pay a lot less for your own bartender. You can also buy liquor or wine much cheaper from your local liquor store than what it costs you at the wedding venue, the wedding venue often has a lot of markup on their alcohol. You can save a lot of money by buying really good tasting $5 wine instead of buying the venue's $25 or $50 wine.

Tip 8 - Order a Wedding Tent that Fits to the Amount of Wedding Guests You Have 
Many wedding couples just order a wedding tent and often they order a wedding tent that is too big or too small. You just don't want to pick up any size wedding tent. You want the wedding tent to fit comfortably to the amount of wedding guests you have, get the right sized wedding tent and it makes the occasion very enchanting. If you get the wedding tent too big, you are overpaying for the tent and the event looks like some wedding guests didn't show. A small tent will cause people to be on top of one another and wedding guests looking to escape from the over crowding and the noise.

You want to talk to a tent specialist when ordering your wedding tent. Many wedding tents go with the 10 foot rule. Often round tables cover a 10' x 10' area that seats 8 wedding guests. The head bridal table usually uses long tables which are 80 square feet per 8 bridal party guests having seating room in the back providing a little visual effect in the front of the table. Buffet serving tables also require a 10' x 10' area for each 8' buffet table also allowing room for a buffet line. Also to be considered a stage for the DJ and/or band, an area for a dancing floor, a wedding cake, a wait staff station, and a gift table.

Tent Sizes to Consider for Outdoor Weddings

                          Square Feet                                 3/4 Sections
Weddings For       Needed for Tent                           Needed for Dance Floor
50 People                   20' x 30'                                           9 x 12
100 People           30' x 50'                                        12 x 15
150 People           40' x 60'                                        12 x 18
200 People           40' x 80'                                        15 x 20
300 People           40' x 120'                                         20 x 24

Tip 9 - Comparison Shop with a Number of Different Rental Companies
You might be thinking, let's get this rental thing over with. What you really should be doing, early on in your wedding planning process. You should spend a day or couple of days visiting rental companies in your area. Find out all what supplies each of them has and pick up a brochure or note what the cost of different items are. After you meet with caterers, reception facilities, and ceremony sites, if you find you need rental supplies you now know your options. If a wedding vendor charges you extra for dishes, you can counter I can get them cheaper at a rental supply store and the caterer might then cut their cost for supplies. Also the rental company may have dishes in the color scheme you want. The vendor you are using might not have dishes according to your color scheme. If you know what rental stores offer, when negotiating deals, you are negotiating from a position of strength and will have more bargaining power when dealing with wedding vendors and venues. Make sure you visit rental companies just to know what they have, you don't need to talk in detail with them early in the process, you just need to understand what they have and an idea on costs.

Tip 10 - Checkout Rental Supplies with Hotels, Resorts, and Wedding Bed & Breakfasts
Many hotels, resorts, and wedding bed & breakfasts have wedding supplies in storage for their in-house weddings. Normally these businesses won't advertise their supplies, but if you approach the right person such as the venues wedding coordinator or banquet manager, if their in-house supplies are not needed for an event they may be willing to contract supplies out for your wedding and sometimes you can get the items cheaper than you would from a rental company. Sometimes you can get a particular component, maybe just linens, place settings, particular dishes, wedding decorations, or wedding centerpieces. Sometimes by networking and asking questions, a great deal could fall into your lap. Also check with wedding planners, even if you are not using one, they may have a connection with one of their vendors and help you get supplies a little cheaper saving you some money.

The rental services companies generally have experts to give you advice, make sure you find a sales floor manager that is really helpful that has been with the rental company for awhile at least five years. Find a sales manager that is personable, is knowledgeable, and can provide staff to set your wedding tent up or can set up place settings for your wedding reception or set up chairs for the wedding ceremony. Make sure you review in detail any contract drawn up with a wedding rental company and all needs are addressed.

See you on the other side!

Monday, May 21, 2012

10 Cost Savings Tips for your Wedding Limousine

The wedding limousine has been part of the American tradition at weddings for over half a century. When a young lady hops into the wedding limousine the moment hits her that she is transitioning into a new life. On the ride to the wedding ceremony, the bride often reflects on her past life and all the events that leads her to this special moment. It's the one day in your life you want everything to go perfect and that includes the ride that brings you to the altar.

You want to start out by renting from a limousine company that has experience and has focus on weddings. You might not believe it, but many limousine companies will send your limousine driver to the airport to pick up a business client and if the plane gets in late, the limousine driver may be late for picking you up for the wedding, you may end up with another limousine driver or the limousine driver may not show up at all. Limousine companies are notorious for lame excuses if they miss their appointment. The bottom line is to find a limousine company that is dedicated to your wedding and stay away from the companies whose priority is to the business clientele at the airport.

Also to note, even though GPS is now available in many limousines, always have all the routes you want the limousines to travel written out with the times, fax the directions to the limousine company and have the directions on or near the bride and groom and available to give to the limousine driver, on the day of the wedding. You may never know, but you could get an alternative limousine driver who has none of the directions, your anticipated limousine driver is stuck at the airport. Having extra directions could very well save the day.

The following are 10 cost savings tips for your wedding limousine on your wedding day:

Tip 1 - Make Sure You Hire a Transportation Company that specializes in Weddings
The limousine companies that specialize in weddings have limousine drivers that have trained in proper wedding day etiquette. These drivers know the routes they are suppose to go, are on time for all their appointments, dress the part, act professionally, know when to have a conversation and not, and help all bridal members in and out of the car. A good wedding limousine company has limousines that stand out for weddings and chauffeur drivers that will leave a positive image to the bridal party and to all the wedding guests. Some limousine companies are most geared to business clientele and these companies change the appointments for their drivers constantly. You want a company you can count on for your wedding day.

Tip 2 - To the Ceremony, Bridesmaids, From the Ceremony. Married Couple
For a bride getting ready for the wedding, have all the bridesmaids meet at her home and ride from the bride's home to the church or ceremony location. After the wedding, let the newlyweds ride the limousine. Let the bridesmaids team up in other cars possibly with the groomsmen partners. Make sure you are getting a great deal for you only need the same limousine, you just are using different riders.

Tip 3 - Consider Using a Family or Friend's Fancy Sedan
If a family member or friend has a roomy backseat that can accommodate a bride's wedding dress, maybe they can let you borrow their car for your wedding day. Make sure the car is spic and span. Assign a friend to drive the car with the owner's okay. The car has to look the part of a wedding limousine. The owner might feel honored that you are borrowing their car for your special day.

Tip 4 - Go with the Smaller Limousine
You don't have to necessarily get a large limousine for your wedding. You can get a smaller limousine but the limousine needs to have enough room to leave enough room for the wedding dress. You want to make the decision based on the type of dress a bride will be wearing. The last thing you want is a rip or tear or dirt getting on the dress for the bride's wedding day. If you are looking to save money, you don't have to go prestigious, you can go for a smaller wedding limousine.

Tip 5 - Don't Use a Limo After the Wedding Reception
A typical wedding reception often lasts between 4 and 5 and a half hours. Having a wedding limousine hanging at the wedding reception can get a little bit costly. If the bride and groom aren't directly off to their honeymoon from the wedding reception, it might save quite a bit of money to not use the wedding limousine later. You could arrange to have someone special such as an uncle, to drop you off to the hotel. The limousine did it's part getting you to the ceremony on time and to the wedding reception and you got pictures. Save some money and don't book the limo for the bulk of the day.

Tip 6 - Consider a Fancy Rental Car
You might have never thought of it, rental car companies now have cars that look similar to limousines. As you begin your search for a wedding limousine, check out what rental car companies have to offer. You might just find a vehicle that will suffice as your wedding day limousine. You could have a family member or friend dress up as the chauffeur and you have a vehicle that can handle your wedding weekend needs.

Tip 7 - Use a Party Bus or Trolley over a Few Limos
Party Buses and Trolleys today are designed for fun. They tend to be cheaper to get all the bridal party to where they need to be and are a fun experience. Party buses and trolleys will likely be cheaper than renting a few separate limousines and the keep the whole bridal party together. Don't go to a transportation company and ask just about limousines. If you have to move many bridal members ask them about party buses, trolleys, vans, and regular buses and find the vehicle they will best meet your needs.

Tip 8 - If it's a Long Wedding Reception, Book the Limo Twice
If the wedding reception is going to be longer than 4 hours, you probably would save money if you book the limousine twice. Also after the wedding reception you should book a smaller limousine, but that depends if you are wearing the wedding dress, also you may need to consider a more roomier limousine in the event the wedding gifts need to travel with you. When you book the wedding twice, you are better off on padding the time a little, you never know what can happen at the wedding reception, dinner could be delayed, speeches and toasts can go longer than anticipated, there might be relatives that want to talk some, and time might be needed for the couple's first dance, bride father dance, groom mother dance, and finally the bouquet toss. It's always better to book the limo late than a little too early.

Tip 9 - Inspect Your Personal Limo and Driver Before Booking
When you book your limo, to be safe, you should get to know your driver beforehand and have a little knowledge of their background beforehand. You should also know the limousine that's going to be picking you up, insist on a limousine you like, if the limousine company wants your contract, you should demand the exact limo that you want and if the limousine company can't accommodate your wishes, there are many other limousine companies that will want your business. Also, when you check out your limousine, if you know of a mechanic bring them along at your appointment. Check your limousine out 3 times, when you book, a week before the wedding, and the morning of or the day before the wedding.

Tip 10 - Make Sure the Limo you Book is 3 Years of Age or Less
A good limousine company keeps up to date on the limousines they use. Limousines often pile the miles quickly and get a lot of wear and tear. If you have a limousine that is more than 3 years, at this point there is a greater chance of the limousine of breaking down. For your wedding day, you want to reduce the risk of your vehicle breaking down, you don't want to leave things to chance for any possibility of your wedding limousine breaking down on your wedding day and ruining your wedding.

Also, many limousines offer extras such as champagne, liquor, beer, and bottled water. Fully understand the extra charges that go with the limo, understand all that is included in the contract and what things are not included before you sign on the dotted line. Enjoy the ride in your wedding limousine and reminisce thinking about your family as you begin a special moment in your life.

See you on the other side!

Friday, May 18, 2012

10 Cost Saving Tips for Hiring Wedding Musicians

Many of the best weddings often have wedding musicians performing at them, they help make the occasion a very special event. There are many different types of wedding musicians to choose from including organists, guitarists, keyboardists, pianists, violinists, vocalists, harpists, flutists, string duos, string quartets, then there are bands which include big bands, dance bands, show bands, brass bands, or jazz bands. At some weddings you will also find steel drum bands.

You will find many of your wedding musicians have differing levels of pricing. The rule of thumb, the harder it is to play the instrument the higher the price. The wedding couple should go for the type of music they like most that will fit their budget. They should really hear the music live before booking a music group. If they should choose a band, the cost tends to be about $150 per musician. If you opt for a string group you are much better off going for a string quartet over a duo because they give you a deeper sound.

Before booking a music group, you want to stipulate what is expected in the contract. What times are the groups playing their music, how many musicians are playing and what instruments are they playing, how long are their breaks and what type of clothing will you expect them to wear. You should also stipulate in the contract what music is expected to be played, sometimes they may be asked to learn new music which maybe specified wedding music or music that is special to the wedding couple. Part of the contract may be to pay for the sheet music that must be ordered and there will be time that will be needed to learn the music and there may be a stipend for practice time.

Often though, a wedding couple could ask for a discount from the wedding musicians and more often than not discounts are granted. It does not hurt to ask for a discount. Here are 10 other cost saving tips for hiring wedding musicians.

Tip 1 - Go For the Less Expensive Wedding Musicians
If your budget is an issue, you might opt for going for less expensive wedding musicians. The more affordable wedding musicians include organists, soloists, guitarists, pianists, and flutists. In between gigs, you also might want to check if venues have a sound system and play music using CD's, IPods, and MP3 Players. You might play soft music during the dinner part of a wedding reception. You also may consider hiring a wedding DJ in between gigs. Constant music tends to keep the party going.

Tip 2 - See the Music Group Live Before Booking
You want to be sure a music group is good and you like their music before booking. Also if there is some music that is to be learned, you really want to hear it live before the wedding. You should meet with any musicians about two weeks before the wedding to be sure their music is good and they have mastered the music you are asking them to play at your wedding. Two weeks allows you time to find an alternative musician for your wedding if the musician should sound horrible. It's a very important day, you want a professional sounding musician. For a band group, make sure you have seen them live or have seen the current group on a video tape.

Tip 3 - Find a Budding Star from a Nearby Music School
Around where you live there are Universities, Colleges, Community Colleges, and Music Schools. Stop by one of these institutions and talk to the Dean of Music or find a Senior Music Teacher. Inform them you are having a wedding and ask, is there a student they might recommend. Very often you will find an outstanding music talent, you get great music at your wedding at a greatly reduced price. You not only get great music, but you are giving a student a chance to pad their resume and you get their foot inside the door. Maybe you can get a string quartet really cheap, the instructor might even help them prepare for the wedding. Make sure you listen to any performers before booking, maybe meet with a few different students before deciding.

Tip 4 - Avoid Asking a Professional for a High Demand Date
Wedding musicians are like many other wedding vendors, if you are looking for a professional wedding musician, they are going to charge you more during the busy wedding season and for holiday periods. Wedding musicians may charge more during the wedding season which tends to be May and June and for American Holidays such as Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. If you are booking during holidays you might choose a wedding musician that's good but less experienced during busy seasons.

Tip 5 - Book Top Notch Wedding Musicians Far in Advance
The really good wedding musicians, in order to book them you might need to book them at least a year in advance. The really outstanding musicians, you might even need to book them two years in advance. The really good musicians and music bands if you really want them you must not take a chance and book them very early or they will be booked and not have your wedding date available. Make sure you sign a contract early and check in with them both a month and again a week before your wedding.

Tip 6 - Hold an Audition for your Wedding
What you can do, put an ad in the newspaper, in free classifieds under events in online websites, or in penny saver. Arrange to meet up with local musicians and go with one that sounds great at a price you like. Weddings are opportunities for many wedding musicians. You can invite them to your house or meet them at their studio. Auditions have worked out great for many wedding couples to find great music for their wedding.

Tip 7 - Cut Down on Wedding Musician's Times
Often you can cut down on the amount of gigs to be played at your wedding. Go for 4 gigs instead of 5 or 3 gigs instead of 4. The wedding has been a long day, and the wedding guests will start leaving often after 3 gigs. Also don't give in to overtime. The important thing is that the wedding music is good. The event will be remembered for the good music and not for playing a good while. Ask for less gigs for a cheaper price before you book the wedding musicians.

Tip 8 - Find Local Musicians or Local Band
Very often wedding musicians include travel costs in the contract. You can save yourself some money if travel costs don't need to be in the contract. When looking for musicians, try to find wedding musicians that are more local, they also may play some more music if they know they won't have to travel.

Tip 9 - See if Wedding Band Members will also Play your Wedding Ceremony
In order to get a booking, a music group may also offer up members to perform a little for your wedding ceremony in order to get the reception booking. Many wedding reception musicians are very gifted, maybe you will get a flutist, violinist, keyboardist, or a vocalist. When you met up with the wedding musicians, you asked if any could play at your wedding and you found someone good. Pat yourself on your back for finding a musician to play your wedding ceremony. It never hurts to ask, you may be pleasantly surprised and find a musician to play your ceremony at either a reduced or no cost.

Tip 10 - Book Wedding Musicians at Off Peak Days and Times
If you are booking professional wedding musicians have the wedding other than a Saturday night. If you book wedding musicians during the earlier past of the day, this will allow the wedding musicians to perform at multiple weddings. Wedding musicians often will give you a discount if you book them during non prime time, book them for lunch time or early afternoon and get a nice discount and this will allow them to get in two bookings for the day. You can save on musicians substantially if you have your wedding other than a Saturday.

There are other savings ideas too. If you have a band at your reception, you might think about teaming up with another wedding, take part of the reception area and share in the expense of hiring a wedding band. You also might have a crash the party scenario, invite outside guests to hear the dance band, and hire a bouncer to share the costs and have a little money left over for your honeymoon.

Be sure you get a good musician to play your wedding, you only get married once, you do have a budget but  if you can afford it be sure to get a good group. Make sure bands play the music during the time the contract stipulates and ask the bands and music groups for references and ask for 3 and contact at least two references. Music makes for a memorable wedding, so get yourself some great wedding musicians!

See you on the other side!

Saturday, May 12, 2012

10 Cost Savings Tips When Hiring A Wedding DJ

Using a wedding DJ over live musicians can save you a lot of money. With the sound systems of today very often the music played by the wedding DJ almost sounds like a live band. The key is finding a wedding DJ who has state of the art equipment. You should ask the DJ what equipment he/she uses, you should ask what equipment is used to play the equipment, today the DJ should be using a headset and wireless microphone and the DJ should have a great speaker sound system.

Make sure you use a professional wedding DJ over a conventional DJ. The wedding DJ knows how to properly mix the music to play at a wedding, they know how to work your wedding guests and can act as your emcee and they know how to keep the dance floor occupied. They help make your wedding reception. A great wedding DJ should have a good rapport with all your wedding guests, they dress sharp and they do their job with style and personality.

The great wedding DJ has from a 5,000 to 10,000 song list with a wide variety of music and music to cover all the generations at the wedding reception. Music from the 50's to the music of today. Usually a great wedding DJ will set an appointment with the wedding couple to formulate a great song list. About 40% of the music should be determined by the wedding couple, about 30% should be determined by the bridal party and the wedding guests and the remaining 30% should be the DJ's specialty. About midway through the music playing the wedding couple should allow the DJ to advertise by allowing guests to pick up a business card for future opportunities, much of a DJ's business is from referrals from weddings.

Now listed below are 10 cost savings tips for hiring a wedding DJ!

Tip 1 - See the DJ in Action Before Booking 
Before booking a DJ, you should see the DJ in action. You really should know the personality and the style before booking. The preference is to stop by another wedding and see the DJ in action for about 10 to 15 minutes. If you get a CD of his or her performance make sure the video you receive of their performance is recent, a person's style changes some over time, a tape of a person over 10 years ago tends to be quite different than a DJ's style that is more recent.

Tip 2 - Make Sure the Wedding DJ has State of the Art Equipment
When you are interviewing a Wedding DJ take notes of the equipment that the DJ uses for the wedding and after the interview check out the equipment the DJ is using. Is the equipment state of the art? Check the equipment that is being used online, or go to a music store and ask knowledgeable music people about the equipment or ask other wedding DJ's about the equipment. Music equipment is constantly changing, what is used today might be different in three years time, the great DJ's take pride in being up to date with the music repertoire as well as knowing the music of today. Much of the music is downloaded to state of the art equipment, most DJ's are members of a download music club and build a song list working with the wedding couple. They should today be using a great programmable turntable, a wireless microphone and headset, and have outstanding speakers to play their music on. Note the names of all the equipment and what backup equipment they also have.

Tip 3 - Avoid Hiring a Popular Wedding DJ
If your budget is tight, hiring an established DJ in all likelihood going to cost you a lot more than what you were planning for your budget. There are hundreds of wedding DJ's that live in the area. You don't have to get a DJ that is popular. The key is to interview a number of wedding DJ's and then choose the one that you both like their style, has personality, and has a strong library of songs with a variety of music and has state of the art equipment, dresses well and is a DJ you can afford. There are many good DJ's to choose from, don't think you have got to choose one solely from their reputation.

Tip 4 - Consider Hiring a College Student as your Wedding DJ
You might be pleasantly surprised and save a lot of money by hiring a student who majors in communication and plans to be a disc jockey. Your best bet is to start out finding the head of the communication's department, tell them you are looking for a wedding DJ and if they have someone they would recommend. You might want to interview 3 or 4 students before deciding on one and be sure to work with them on music to play and touch base with the student's teacher on what music you are looking for for your wedding. Using a communications student should save you a lot of money and you give the student an opportunity to pad their resume.

Tip 5 - Find a DJ Using Connections
Ask family members, friends, co-workers, clubs, the neighborhood and ask them if they know any wedding DJs. Also stop by hotels and wedding reception halls that use wedding DJs and are there any they would recommend. Very often if you find a DJ by networking, very often you can get a discount not going through a booking channel. Still if you find a wedding DJ, make sure the DJ has the talent you are looking for. Make sure any DJ you hire you ask about their prior experience and get references from other brides or wedding couples.

Tip 6 - Use an IPod, MP3 Player, or CD instead of a DJ
If you can afford it, you only get married once in your life (hopefully), you should use a professional wedding DJ. But if your money is real tight, you could ask a family member or friend who is in to music. The wedding couple needs to take some time out to build a song list using their IPod, MP3 Player, or CD. They need to build a list of songs, make sure they have a first dance song, a bride-father song, and groom-mother song, and any songs for garter fun. Make sure their is a nice mix of music appropriate for weddings. Some great sights for downloading wedding music are , , , , and . Make sure whoever is manning the controls for the music for your wedding, puts some practice time in playing your wedding reception so they are prepared acting as the disc jockey.

Tip 7 - Cut Down on the Amount of Time the Wedding DJ Entertains
Most DJs try to book 4 or 5 hours for the wedding reception. You could save a little in costs if you found a DJ that would play for 2 1/2 to 3 hours only. Keep in mind some DJ's will be willing to work less time and some will not. However, there are many wedding DJ's out there and they might have no gig for your wedding weekend, a little money is better than not having no money at all. At some weddings, there is both a wedding DJ and live musicians, you might negotiate a steep discount when live musicians are playing and the DJ is on break.

Tip 8 - Negotiate on Equipment the Wedding DJ has
When you are interviewing the Wedding DJ make sure you ask about what extras the DJ has. Many DJ's have dance floors, many DJ's have special effects lighting, and many DJ's have other equipment. Some DJ's can create a slide show or have electronic message equipment. A wedding guest can text a number that belongs to the DJ and have a special message in lights seen by the bride and groom. Some of the text message costs can sometimes be split and a little money goes toward the honeymoon. Also at some weddings, outside guests called "wedding party crashers" come just for the DJ dance part of the wedding and a bouncer is used to get into the festivities. All will have to be worked out with the DJ, and the wedding reception facility. Try to get a discount for any additional equipment brought in by the wedding DJ.

Tip 9 - Ask to Borrow the DJ's Mic and Speakers at an Outdoor Wedding 
If you are planning an outdoor wedding, ask the DJ if you can borrow his mic and speakers for a few moments at the wedding. Often you only need this equipment briefly and it doesn't make sense to lease this equipment when you only need to make a few announcements such as it's time for dinner, a prayer, or a best man's or father's speech and toast. Many wedding DJ's are willing to share their equipment and this will save you significant money. Make the sharing part of the mic and speaker as part of the deal with your contract with them. Don't forget also many DJ's are very experiences as acting the emcee, so if you want an emcee at your wedding consider your wedding DJ.

Tip 10 - Make Sure the Wedding DJ Works with You in Choosing the Music
A great wedding DJ will spend some time with you in choosing the music you want for your wedding. Often the DJ talks over the music to be played both early in the process and a couple of weeks before the wedding to come up with a song list. Much of the music should be your style of music. The wedding DJ should be approachable and make the time to review the music for your wedding. If the DJ is unwilling to spend the time to work with you to build a wedding song list, do not book that DJ. There are many DJ's around and it's your wedding and they should be building a music list for your wedding, it's part of their job. If a DJ does not work with you, find another DJ to book. A great wedding DJ should have between 5,000 and 10,000 songs in their repertoire with many music varieties.

Last thing, about 75 percent of DJ's are very good, but about 25 percent of DJ's are bad. A bad DJ can ruin your wedding, it's a special day, you can't take the chance of hiring a bad one. Make sure you find a DJ that is responsible, has personality, plays the music you want to be played, knows how to play music that fills the dance floor, dresses well, is prompt, and relates well with people. Make sure you see them in action before booking. The DJ's of today has music that sounds like you have live performers as long as they have state of the art equipment.

See you on the other side!

Sunday, May 6, 2012

10 Cost Saving Tips for Wedding Dance Instruction

A couple's first dance at their wedding reception should be the highlight of the very special day! The first couple should liven up the event with a grand entrance, showing a well choreographed 2 to 3 minute wedding dance and end it with a dramatic finish. You will need to work with your DJ's or musicians to decide on your first song and you will need to have your photographer and videographer know what you are up to and the event will leave your wedding guests with a very special memory from your wedding.

You should choose a song with special meaning to the both of you. The dance you choose should depend on the style of dance and music you like, the budget you have, and the skill level of dance that each of you has. Basically there are 5 types of dance lessons to choose. First there are group lessons in which you learn to dance with a number of other couples that on average runs about $12 a lesson, next there are private lessons whereby you get one on one individualized instruction which generally runs between $60-$120 a lesson, then there is semi-private lessons you might have lessons with two other couples which runs about $15-$20 a lesson, then there are workshops where you have lessons with maybe 100 people usually with a good instructor this costs about $20-$40 and then there are lessons from a DVD which might cost about $20.

Dances you might look into to play at your wedding reception include the fox trot, a traditional waltz, a swing dance, the salsa, the rumba, the tango, a rhythm dance, and the cha cha. Pick a style you think you like and would be comfortable doing and focusing on learning the steps. If your budget is tight here are some cost saving tips.

Tip 1 - Buy a Video DVD or Download a Video and Learn Dance From Your Home
There are some very good videos on the market, you have many different choices. You can buy a wedding dance video from a local bookstore, or you can rent one from your local library or you can order a video online or download a video to your computer or download one to your IPhone or IPad. Some popular DVD's you might get includes Wedding Dance DVD starring Christel Trutmann and Kurt Lightman another is called Let's Dance: The complete book and DVD of Ballroom Dance Instruction for Weddings, Parties, Fitness and Fun by Cal Pozo and Piere Dulaine and also there is Dance Lessons 101: The Basics and Beyond by Shawn Trautman and Joanna Trautman.

Another author is Mary Pinizzotto who created a video called First Dance Fabulous and she is known for being a wedding dance expert. Online there are a number of websites, some recommended websites include , , , and also and look for dance under the wedding dance category. As for downloading wedding dance on your IPhone or IPad or Android find apps at ,, or look for wedding dance apps from the apple store.

Make sure you are able to gain privacy and spend at least an hour of practice with your honey at one of your homes, practice a number of times until you have a good routine down.

Tip 2 - Take 1 or 2 Dance Lessons at a Studio to Learn the Basics
Many dance studios generally offer 6 to 8 lessons to learn wedding dance, many studios charge an amount for each lesson. The most important lessons are the first two lessons when you learn the basics, if your budget is tight you might consider to at least know the basics and after you have mastered the basics you can practice the rest from your home and get dance information from other sources either tapes, downloads, or instructions from friends.

Tip 3 - Consider Group Lessons
If you have a group of friends and they all like to dance, you might want to try to get the whole group together and have a blast at taking dance lessons, it's one of your last hurrahs together. Make sure to make it happen you talk to your dance studio and negotiate a discount for bringing a bunch of friends along for dance lessons.

Tip 4 - Look for Dance Lessons over the Internet
The key on looking for dance lessons over the internet is focusing on dance lessons on Youtube. Find a dance that you like with music you like and follow the dance routine of a couple and recreate the steps that they do. Remember to practice the routine until you have the routine down pat. Make sure you work with the disc jockey or wedding musicians on which music you use for your first dance.

Tip 5 - Find a Dance Expert at a Social Club or Community Center
Find a social club or community center in the area you live. Let them know you are soon to be married and if they know of anyone that can help you out on your wedding dance. You may find a volunteer that can really be a big help in learning to wedding dance or find someone that will teach you for not too much money. They also may have wedding dance lessons on a DVD and will allow you to practice in their facility.

Tip 6 - Negotiate Private Dance Lessons During the Studio's Slow Period
Explain your situation, your money is very tight, can you get wedding dance lessons during the studios slow period or can you have an instructor give lessons at after hours at a location of their choosing which could be near their home, in their home, or at a remote location that offers privacy.

Tip 7 - Search for Discounts for Dance Studios 
You might look around for discounts for dance lessons. You might want to check dance studios on where they advertise. look for discounts at Penny Saver, Groupon, look on the internet and put in the words coupons, coupon codes, or discounts maybe along with the names of Dance Studios in your neighborhoods. Ask around with family or friends or check with wedding vendors to see where you might find discounts.

Tip 8 - Get Private Lessons from a Friend
Ask your family, friends, people in clubs, health centers, and work mates if they know of someone that can teach you to wedding dance. Often you might come across someone in your peer group that can meet with you to teach you the basics of wedding dancing. They might very well volunteer the lessons because it's a very informal get together.

Tip 9 - Maybe Learn to Wedding Dance from a Wedding DJ
You might be surprised many wedding disc jockeys can show you some of the basics of wedding dance, they have received some exposure to wedding dances as they have handled dance at many weddings. They need to coordinate many first dance wedding songs at many other weddings and sometimes they have received some training. If you meet some wedding wedding disc jockeys you might want to ask them if they know or can show wedding dance or you might practice at other weddings where disc jockeys are playing music. You also want to wedding dance with the music that you agree is your wedding song.

Tip 10 - Have Part of the Wedding Reception a Dollar-Money Dance
At some weddings after the newlyweds first dance, the bride-father dance, and the groom-mother dance some couples will have a period in which wedding guests can dance a minute with the bride or groom and leave some money for the wedding couple so the couple gets a little extra money for their honeymoon. In some cases the bride will dance with her garter and the money will be placed under the garter. For the groom, other ladies might place money in the groom's top tuxedo pocket. At some weddings a maid of honor or best man might set up a wish board in which wedding guests can sign or sign and leave some money. The money that is left depends on ones financial situation, it might be nothing, $1, $10, $50, or $100 it is a volunteer situation. Before considering a dollar-money dance check with both families, even though this event is becoming more popular at weddings, still some families frown upon dollar-money dance, to be safe with your families, get your families okay before proceeding.

Couple's often surprise themselves after taking wedding dance lessons. Not only do couples learn how to dance for their wedding, they now are comfortable dancing for the rest of their lives and very often it becomes a special moment for them. The wedding dance leaves a special memory for all your wedding guests. The lessons you take should be up to you, depends on your financial situation. Many couples don't mind others seeing them dance, while other couples don't want to be seen as klutzes until they have gotten good. However you learn, do your best to begin your marriage with a couple's first dance and leave a memory and it helps to get your wedding off to a great start.

Prior Posts with Houston Wedding Vendors

10 Cost Savings Tips for Wedding Planning
Houston Wedding Planners

10 Cost Savings Tips for Hiring a Wedding Officiant
Houston Wedding Officiants & Counseling

10 Cost Saving Tips for Finding a Church or Chapel
Houston Churches & Chapels

10 Cost Savings Tips for Wedding Ceremony Sites
Houston Ceremony Sites

10 Cost Saving Tips for a Wedding Reception Site
Houston Reception Facilities

10 Cost Saving Tips for Wedding Catering
Houston Catering

10 Cost Saving Tips for Honeymoon Planning
Houston Honeymoons & Activities

10 Cost Saving Tips for Wedding Day Outfits
Houston Bridal Fashions & Tuxedos

10 Cost Saving Tips for Buying Wedding jewelry
Houston Jewelers

10 Cost Saving Tips for Wedding Photography
Houston Photographers

10 Cost Saving Tips for Wedding Videography
Houston Videographers

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Prior Posts with Jacksonville Wedding Vendors

Interview Questions for your Wedding Planner
Jacksonville Wedding Planners

Interview Questions for your Wedding Officiant
Jacksonville Officiants & Counseling

Interview Questions for a Church or Wedding Chapel
Jacksonville Churches & Chapels

Interview Questions for your Ceremony Site
Jacksonville Ceremony Sites

Interview Questions for your Wedding Reception Facility
Jacksonville Reception Facilities

Interview Questions for your Wedding Caterer
Jacksonville Catering

Interview Questions to Ask a Travel Agent for your Honeymoon
Jacksonville Honeymoons & Activities

Interview Questions for your Wedding Jeweler
Jacksonville Jewelers

Interview Questions for your Bridal Boutique
Jacksonville Bridal Fashions & Tuxedos

Interview Questions for your Wedding Photographer
Jacksonville Photographers

Interview Questions for your Wedding Videographer
Jacksonville Videographers

Interview Questions for your Wedding Disc Jockey
Jacksonville Disc Jockeys

Interview Questions for your Wedding Musicians
Jacksonville Live Music

Interview Questions for your Wedding Dance Studios
Jacksonville Dance Instruction

Interview Questions for your Wedding Limousine
Jacksonville Transportation

Interview Questions for your Wedding Rental Services
Jacksonville Rental Services

Interview Questions for your Wedding Florist
Jacksonville Florists

Interview Questions for your Wedding Decorator
Jacksonville Decorators

Interview Questions for your Wedding Cake Baker
Jacksonville Wedding Cakes

Interview Questions for your Bed and Breakfast
Jacksonville Bed and Breakfasts

Interview Questions for your Hotel Wedding Coordinator
Jacksonville Hotels and Resorts

Interview Questions for your Rehearsal Dinner Venue
Jacksonville Rehearsal Dinner

Interview Questions for your Wedding Calligrapher
Jacksonville Wedding Invitations

Interview Questions for your Bridal Registry
Jacksonville Gifts & Registries

Interview Questions for your Wedding Favor Company
Jacksonville Favors

Interview Questions for your Sweet Shoppe
Jacksonville Sweets & Treats

Interview Questions for your Wedding Hairstylist
Jacksonville Health & Beauty

Interview Questions for your Wedding Makeup Artist
Jacksonville Makeup Artists & Cosmetics

Prior Posts with San Diego Wedding Vendors

Step 84 - Develop and Distribute Day of Wedding Schedule
San Diego Wedding Planners

Step 85 - Prepare a Bridal Emergency Kit
San Diego Officiants & Counseling

Step 86 - Check Marriage License Requirements
San Diego Churches & Chapels

Step 87 - Decide to Write your Wedding Vows for your Wedding
San Diego Ceremony Sites

Step 88 - Create your Wedding Photo Album
San Diego Reception Facility

Step 89 - Decide on using Water Beads for your Wedding
San Diego Catering

Step 90 - Touch Base with your Wedding Vendors
San Diego Honeymoons & Activities

Step 91 - Decide on your Table Place Setting
San Diego Jewelers

Step 92 - Prepare and Wrap your Wedding Favors and Gifts
San Diego Bridal Fashions & Tuxedos

Step 93 - Determine what Alcoholic Beverages to Serve for your Wedding
San Diego Photographers

Step 94 - Coordinate Wedding Rehearsal Day Activities
San Diego Videographers

Step 95 - Review Entrance Way of your Wedding Reception
San Diego Disc Jockeys

Step 96 - Prepare for your Move to your New Home
San Diego Live Music

Step 97 - Plan your Financial Situation Together
San Diego Dance Instruction & Fitness

Step 98 - Prepare Wedding Tip Envelopes for your Wedding
San Diego Transportation

Step 99 - Review Bridal Etiquette for your Wedding Dat
San Diego Rental Services

Step 100 - Plan your Day of Wedding Schedule
San Diego Florist

Tower Vase Centerpieces for your Wedding
San Diego Decorations

Host and Organize a Bridal Rally
San Diego Wedding Cake

Things Wedding Couples should Know when getting their First Home
San Diego Bed & Breakfast

Consider Having a Destination Wedding
San Diego Hotels & Resorts

25 Tips in Making your Wedding Related Website Better
San Diego Rehearsal Dinner

Have Fun with Bridal Text Messgaing
San Diego Invitations

Consider an Outdoor Wedding Using a Wedding Tent
San Diego Gifts & Registries

Have yourself a 3D Wedding
San Diego Favors

Tips on Booking your Honeymoon Yourself
San Diego Sweets & Treats

Gather Pictures to Create Inspiration for your Wedding
San Diego Health & Beauty

Tips on Choosing the Right Wedding Venues and Vendors
San Diego Makeup Artists & Cosmetics

Prior Posts with Dallas Wedding Vendors

Step 56 - Decide on a Chocolate Fountain for your Wedding
Dallas Wedding Planners

Step 57 - Take Care of Honeymoon Requirements
Dallas Officiants and Counseling

Step 58 - Decide on a Fun Wedding Week Activity
Dallas Churches and Chapels

Step 59 - Determine if you need a Wedding Bartender
Dallas Ceremony Sites

Step 60 - Decide if you need Wait Staff/Valets for your Wedding
Dallas Reception Facilities

Step 61 - Send your Invitations out to Wedding Guests
Dallas Catering

Step 62 - Meet and Review Song List with Disc Jockey
Dallas Honeymoon & Activities

Step 63 - Meet and Review Song List with Wedding Musicians
Dallas Jewelers

Step 64 - Develop your Honeymoon Itinerary
Dallas Bridal Fashions & Tuxedos

Step 65 - Review Photography Checklist with Wedding Photographer
Dallas Photographers

Step 66 - Decide if you want a Candy Buffet for your Wedding
Dallas Videographers

Step 67 - Decide on a Specialty Bar for your Wedding
Dallas Disc Jockeys

Step 68 - Collect RSVPs/Develop your Seating Chart
Dallas Live Music

Step 69 - Decide if you want Wine Served for your Wedding
Dallas Dance Instruction

Step 70 - Decide if you want Beer Served for you Wedding
Dallas Transportation

Step 71 - Revisit your Wedding Reception with your Wedding Vendors
Dallas Rental Services

Step 72 - Order your Wedding Favors for your Wedding
Dallas Florists

Step 73 - Order Remaining Needs for Wedding Ceremony
Dallas Decorations

Step 74 - Interview and Book a Limousine for your Wedding
Dallas Wedding Cake

Step 75 - Verify Accommodations for Out-of-Town Guests
Dallas Bed & Breakfast

Step 76 - Review Order of Ceremony with Officiant/Create Wedding Program
Dallas Hotels & Resorts

Step 77 - Decide on Having a Coffee Bar for your Wedding
Dallas Rehearsal Dinner

Step 78 - Decide on Showing a Slideshow for your Wedding
Dallas Invitations

Step 79 - Consider a Bridesmaid Day of Pampering
Dallas Gifts & Registries

Step 80 - Organize a Bridal Shower
Dallas Favors

Step 81 - Decide on the Rules for a Bachelor Party
Dallas Sweets & Treats

Step 82 - Make Arrangements for your Bridal Party
Dallas Health & Beauty

Step 83 - Buy Weddings Gifts for Each Other
Dallas Makeup Artists & Cosmetics

Prior Posts with Atlanta Wedding Vendors

Step 28 - Interview and Book your Photographer
Atlanta Wedding Planners

Step 29 - Interview and Book your Videographer
Atlanta Counseling and Officiants

Step 30 - Submit your Engagement Announcement to the Newpaper
Atlanta Churches and Chapels

Step 31 - Interview and Book your Disc Jockey
Atlanta Ceremony Sites

Step 32 - Interview and Book your Ceremony Musicians
Atlanta Reception Facility

Step 33 - Interview and Book your Wedding Reception Musicians
Atlanta Catering

Step 34 - Decide on Dance Lessons before the Wedding
Atlanta Honeymoon & Activities

Step 35 - Determine What Rental Services can offer your Wedding
Atlanta Jewelers

Step 36 - Interview and Book your Wedding Florist
Atlanta Bridal Fashions and Tuxedos

Step 37 - Interview and Book your Wedding Decorator
Atlanta Photographers

Step 38 - Interview and Book your Wedding Cake Baker
Atlanta Videographers

Step 39 - Reserve a Bridal Suite for your Wedding Night
Atlanta Disc Jockeys

Step 40 - Research Bed and Breakfasts for Out-of-town Guests
Atlantic Live Music

Step 41 - Decide if you want an Ice Sculpture to Decorate your Wedding
Atlanta Dance Instruction and Fitness

Step 42 - Identify and Notify a Rehearsal Dinner Site
Atlanta Transportation

Step 43 - Research and Book your Calligrapher
Atlanta Rental Services

Step 44 - Consider a Wedding Carriage or Specialty Limo for your Wedding
Atlanta Florists

Step 45 - Finalize your Wedding Guest List and Track Expenditures
Atlanta Decorations

Step 46 - Decide on a Health Club and/or a Diet Plan for you Wedding
Atlanta Wedding Cakes

Step 47 - Find and Register a couple of Bridal Registries
Atlanta Bed and Breakfast

Step 48 - Decide on Mother's of Bride Day of Shopping
Atlanta Hotels and Resorts

Step 49 - Consider Fireworks for your Wedding
Atlanta Rehearsal Dinner

Step 50 - Decide on Wedding Favors
Atlanta Invitations

Step 51 - Meet with Wedding Officiant or Pre-Marriage Counselor
Atlanta Gifts and Registries

Step 52 - Interview and Book your Wedding Hairdresses
Atlanta Favors

Step 53 - Interview and Book your Makeup Artist
Atlanta Sweets and Treats

Step 54 - Have a Food Tasting with your Caterer and Decide on Wedding Hors d'oeuvres
Atlanta Health and Beauty

Step 55 - Consider Renting a Photo Booth for your Wedding
Atlanta Makeup Artists

Prior Posts with Orlando Wedding Vendors

Step 1 - Get Engaged/Announce Your Engagement
Orlando Wedding Planners

Step 2 - Host an Engagement Party
Orlando Officiants & Counseling

Step 3 - Start a Wedding Folder/Binder
Orlando Churches & Chapels

Step 4 - Decide on Communications Mediums
Orlando Ceremony Sites

Step 5 - Set Your Wedding Date
Orlando Reception Facilties

Step 6 - Determine a Wedding Budget
Orlando Catering

Step 7 - Decide on the Level of Formality of Wedding
Orlando Honeymoon & Activities

Step 8 - Decide on Pre-Marriage Counseling and/or Prenup Agreement
Orlando Jewelers

Step 9 - Decide on a Wedding Planner
Orlando Bridal Fashions & Tuxedos

Step 10 - Create a Guest List for your Wedding
Orlando Photographers

Step 11 - Send Thank You Notes for Engagement Gifts
Orlando Videographers

Step 12 - Select Members for your Bridal Party
Orlando Disc Jockeys

Step 13 - Do Preliminary Research for your Wedding
Orlando Live Music

Step 14 - Attend Bridal Shows and Expos
Orlando Dance Instruction & Fitness

Step 15 - Create a Wedding Budget Worksheet
Orlando Transportation

Step 16 - Interview and Book your Officiant
Orlando Rental Services

Step 17 - Interview and Book your Ceremony Site
Orlando Florists

Step 18 - Interview and Book your Wedding Reception Facility
Orlando Decorations

Step 19 - Interview and Book your Caterer
Orlando Wedding Cake

Step 20 - Research and Book your Honeymoon
Orlando Bed & Breakfast

Step 21 - Select Readers and Toasters for the Ceremony
Orlando Hotels & Resorts

Step 22 - Send out "Save-the-Date" Cards
Orlando Rehearsal Dinner

Step 23 - Research and Order your Engagement/Wedding Ring
Orlando Invitations

Step 24 - Research and Order your Wedding Dress
Orlando Gifts & Registries

Step 25 - Order Bridal Accessories that go along with the Wedding Dress
Orlando Favors

Step 26 - Order Bridesmaid Dresses and Tuxedos for the Wedding party
Orlando Health & Beauty

Step 27 - Order Accessories for the Bridal Party
Orlando Makeup Artists & Cosmetics