Wedding-for-two, winter wedding.

posted 2 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
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Buzzing bee

All that’s needed are the bride, groom, officiant, and at least one witness, I believe, so, yep. Looks like you have that covered. Since you aren’t having any guests aside from your witness, you probably won’t have to spend too much, so that’s a good thing, I guess. Are you going out to a restaurant afterwards to celebrate? 

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Workplaces don’t have to allow any time off for honeymoons. However, it your FI books the time off well in advance then there’s much more chance of him being given leave. So once you’ve set a date, get him to put in a request for a vacation.

 

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

You actually need 2 witnesses plus the officiant. However, if your photographer is willing, he/she can be your second witness. 

As far as time off, as long as he gives proper notice, he should be fine. The sooner he puts in notice, the better the chance of getting the days. Employers don’t care WHY someone is asking for time off, they just care if they have proper coverage for those days.

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Once you’ve settled on your venue then you can discuss floral decorations with them. I’d imagine that you will need to employ a florist if you want an arch decorated in a specific way but as I said, you need to discuss this with the venue.

Also, videography and photography are often best commissioned separately. Most videographers will carry still cameras with them but I wouldn’t assume that they’ll be prepared – or be the best people- to do the still photography. I recommend you doing some research about good videographers and photographers in your area. There’s a Photography board on here that might be a good place to get recommendations.

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