(Closed) Is is too late to plan a wedding in January?

posted 7 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
7311 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast

How many guests are you planning to have? I have no clue on churches, as a church wedding was never part of our plans. But reception spaces and such I may be able to suggest. Are you interested in an all-inclusive venue, one that at least comes with the core stuff, or finding and coordinating all of the vendors yourself? Do you want something that is Saturday evening formal, Friday night cocktails, or afternoon semi-formal, or maybe even brunch? Do you prefer historic venues, something more modern/contemporary, grand, cozy? How much are you setting aside for photography? What are your top 3-4 priorities? A little more info may make it easier to suggest places for you.

Post # 4
834 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@j_lynn: I think you could definitely do that! Make it simple, that’s what will make or break this! With January being so close, yes, you’ll be pushing it, but you can do this. 🙂

ETA: You could look at small wedding chapels that include everything for you for around $3,000, if not less. You’ve got a good budget. We only had $6,000 to work with.

Post # 5
1750 posts
Buzzing bee

@j_lynn: Yes, it can be done! Find an all inclusive place, it will make things easier for you and you may get a really good price since its off season. I would find a venue by Thanksgiving and send Save the Dates by the end of Nov and invitations by 3rd week of December.

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