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Guess how many vendors the average couple hire for their wedding celebration? Fourteen. It can be a daunting task to find just the right ones for your unique wedding party. So how do you find good wedding vendors? Ask us … or ask other vendors.

Typical couples begin searching for venues early in the planning process and build the rest of their planning process around that. These venues can help refer you to other reliable wedding vendors with whom they’ve worked.

But, you may ask, how do you find good venues? Again … ask us. We’ve been around the block. We’ve worked with just about all of the best ones around. But we’ve also worked with some lesser known gems you may not have heard about, especially for smaller affairs.

We can advise you on which venues will work best for the size of your event. You want to make sure your guests aren’t too jammed in to make their way to the dance floor. Some venues are better acoustically than others, and we can advise you accordingly. But even if a venue has some audio ‘dead spots,’ we have the experience to know how to configure audio systems to maximize your experience.

Most common wedding vendors

The Wedding Wire listed the following as the most common 17 vendors people look for:

  • photographer
  • venue
  • wedding planner
  • hair/make-up pros
  • attire
  • cake baker
  • florist
  • music pros (us!)
  • videographer
  • stationer
  • caterer
  • officiant
  • jeweler
  • favors vendor
  • rentals company
  • transportation company
  • lighting designer (we provide beautiful decor lighting)

So how do you find good wedding vendors? Referrals from other wedding vendors is a good place to start, followed by recommendations from recently married friends.

Give us a call or go online and tell us about your event. We can help you plan the entertainment as well as recommend some outstanding vendors who we think will be a good fit for your one-of-a-kind event. Give us a call today: 718-848-7115.

Brian Howard

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