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New Castle County

Altared Vows by Taya
Non-Denominational Ordained Minister

Elegant Wedding Impressions
Unique Wedding Favors, Bridal Party Gifts & Bridal Accessories
P.O. Box 26312, Wilmington, Delaware 19899

Keep Your Bouquet
Bridal bouquet preservation
1200 Nottingham Rd, Newark, Delaware 19711

The Letterline
Custom calligraphy and wedding invitation addressing
1200 Nottingham Rd, Newark, Delaware 19711

Wedding Arrangements, LLC
Where your dream wedding becomes a reality.
38 South Independence Blvd, New Castle, Delaware 19720


Sussex County

Bridal Beginnings
Professional wedding services including minister, DJ services, and photography. Soon to be completed a country wedding chapel.
18674 Asketum Branch Rd, Georgetown, Delaware 19947

A Sandy Soiree --› Quick Tips
Saying I DO in the sand?
PO Box 229, Ocean View, DE 19970

Sandy Toes & Salty Kisses Weddings
Specializing in Delaware Beach Weddings. Certified event planer for all your Sussex County wedding needs.
20320 Cool Spring Rd, Milton, Delaware

Secluded Oasis
The perfect place to have the wedding of your dreams with the team talented enough to make it a reality. Offering photography, weddings, venue, officiant and DJ services.
18674 Asketum Branch Rd, Georgetown, Delaware 19945

Weddings By Cathleen --› Quick Tips
Officiant, wedding planning. Serving Delaware, available 7 days a week. Nondenominational services.
35315 Baywinds Ln, Millsboro, Delaware 19966


Wedding Advice from the Experts

Saying "I Do" in the Sand?

Delaware Beach Wedding

Saying "I DO" in the sand?

Delaware offers the most beautiful beaches for a wedding. From the laid back sandy shores of Bowers Beach to the "Quiet Resorts" of Fenwick Island, there are many beaches in between to sink your toes into the sand and share the love. When planning your wedding at the beach, please keep the tourism season in mind. Vendors and guests will need plenty of time to prepare. Vendors love making it unique and guests will want to prepare for a fantastic trip as well.

Consider Save The Date cards for your guests, these should be sent at least 6 months ahead of the event. Consider an enclosure with your Save The Dates that gives a brief description of the area and local websites of the area, hotels and entertainment information listed. A personal website should be considered, as well, there are many on the web for brides and grooms who want to share information with their guests.

Stationery is only one aspect of wedding planning, but it is very important. Well designed stationery sets the tone from the very beginning. Plan to work with a creative stationery designer for your own unique style, one that will represent your love and your love of the beach.

The beaches of Delaware are certainly changing, more and more businesses are serving those planning a destination wedding. The brides and their wedding parties are finding exactly what they need at the beach, making planning a breeze and even a little more fun since it is at the beach. Why not get together and enjoy the beach and take care of business, too?

About the Author: Pamela Montague - A Sandy Soiree Stationery
302-236-6467 -
Pamela Montague is a photographer and stationery designer who knows the beach. Her popular Sand Scripts were featured in Delaware Bride, a Delaware Today publication as well as many local publications in the Rehoboth Beach area.

Delaware is fast becoming a wedding destination. There are so many things to think about when planning a destination wedding. Your need to consider your guests and where they will stay. Who will pay for it? How many rooms or hotels will you need? How far away from the venue is it and how will they get back to their rooms afterwards. Does your budget allow for paying extra hotel rooms. Think about the area. Can they walk to the store or sightsee without renting a car or using a taxi? Transportation is important when planning a destination wedding. Using local vendors who know the area are your best bet. Your vendors can guide you on such issues as hotels, B & B's, renting a house vs renting a hotel. These are just some of the things to consider when planning your destination wedding.

About the Author: Weddings by Cathleen, LLC
Officiant, Wedding Planner with 20 years experience
Ordained by the Lighthouse Church of Love and Hope

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