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What ELSE to write on wedding invitations

what ELSE to write on wedding invitations - tips for answering all your guests' questions before the ask them

From attire and hotel rooms to meal choices and plus ones, your wedding invitations tell your guests all they need to know about your wedding day. While these basics are pretty obvious, you can make the most of your invitations by including the little details that guests may question closer to the big day.

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Got (too many) pots? Unique Registry Ideas

Dishes, bed sheets, and barware might be popular items on a wedding registry, but our Lehigh Valley brides are often choosing some new, modern takes on registering for gifts. If you and your fiancé are already settled in your home and don’t have a need for many traditional items, consider one of these modern takes on the wedding registry that will help you to ask for what you actually want or need.

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Does your wedding have to have a “theme”?

Does your wedding have to have a theme? Wedding Planning tips from the event center at blue

From New Year’s Eve to nautical, we’ve seen countless gorgeous receptions in our Bethlehem wedding venue with a diverse range of themes. We love a candlelit black-tie affair and a rustic, wildflower-filled wedding equally, and we enjoy working with couples to help choose their preferred direction. But for the couple that has a broader concept in mind, do you have to have a specific “theme”?

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Photo Sharing Apps for your Wedding

Wedding Photography Apps

Looking for a creative solution for your wedding photos to be shared? Our Lehigh Valley brides have come up with many creative solutions to capture the details of their wedding day. Some of these solutions have made it easy for wedding guests to use certain apps to share photos of their special day. Here are few apps …

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Accommodating for Food Allergies at your wedding

vegan wedding lehigh valley pa event center at blue

Aunt Mary is allergic to peanuts. Your friend Charlie is lactose intolerant. Bridesmaid Ashley doesn’t eat gluten. The list goes on and on when you are planning a wedding and accommodating food allergies. What is the best way to make sure that all your guests needs, and your own, are met at your wedding reception?

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