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Wedding ‘Tis The Season For I Do By Annette Nielsen, Temecula Valley Wedding Professionals RK Green Studios The beauty of the holiday season … the twinkling lights, the flowers, the


glittering ornaments … add a magical quality to a wedding. The charm of the season can magnify the splendor of your wedding and


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frame it like a scene from a Norman Rockwell painting that will endure in your memory.


Two traditional winter wedding


themes are Winter Wonderland and Old Fashion Christmas. There are many more, of course. First things first, you should determine your wedding budget. You do not want fall in love with a theme or a venue that does not fit the budget. Your goal is to be happily married, not to be stressed about finances at the outset.


If you are planning a holiday


season wedding you will want to book your venue at least a year in advance. At this busy time you are competing with other brides and grooms, as well as holiday parties, company parties, and award dinners for prized venue space. Try to be flexible on your date and this will help you to secure the right site.


Imagine the joy of sharing your


special day with friends and family who have come together to cele- brate your union. Think about a few dates that will best suit your family


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