Wedding Venues Sonoma County Event Information 707-765-4433
For wedding venues in Sonoma County Wine Country contact Flying Cloud Farm. Sonoma Wine Country Weddings, Corporate, Private Events, and Equestrian Center. For select clients, Jim and Jeannette Bell open their wine country estate for weddings and receptions.
Weddings can excite people! You are about to join in matrimony with another person and live with him or her for the rest of your life. Many people dream of this day for years.
On the day of the wedding, try not to blow things out of proportion by thinking too far into the future. Take advantage of the actual day and enjoy every second of it, as it is going to be an event that you remember for the rest of your life.
Check with the post office for their size and weight limitations for letter mail before placing your wedding invitation order. If you can scale back the size and weight of your invitations so that they are considered a standard size, you can save hundreds of dollars in excess postage needed to send something big and bulky.
Photographs that couples won't think of can make their wedding album special. If you're doing the photography, make sure to take photos of all the small things, including the rings, bouquet, invitations, program, tables, cake, food, menu, and lots of candids of the guests arriving. You can find more ideas in wedding magazines as their photography will be top notch.
Incorporate small decorative elements into all your wedding decorations. Maybe choose the tiny crystals from your veil to also be sprinkled on the tables. Your wedding will be perfect when you add in the small details.
Consider buying shape-enhancing garments to wear under your wedding dress. You can buy bodysuits which slim your legs, raise your bottom, flatten your stomach and boost up your bust, giving you the perfect figure to accent the beauty of your gown. They can be expensive but you can always wear them again for any occasion that warrants it.
Spend as much time as you need when writing your wedding vows. Remember you want your soon-to-be spouse to know how much they mean to you. Also, try not to use outside sources when writing your vows--you want to make sure the words are what you feel, not what someone does.