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Q: wedding vendors and average pricing ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: wedding vendors and average pricing
Category: Relationships and Society
Asked by: djsted-ga
List Price: $15.00
Posted: 25 Aug 2006 06:56 PDT
Expires: 24 Sep 2006 06:56 PDT
Question ID: 759422
i would like to know the general order in which brides-to-be choose
their wedding vendors and the average costs for each vendor. I'm
looking for the main vendors - place, food, dress, video, music,
flowers, tuxes, etc. If it's possible to go as deep as 10 vendors that
would be sufficient. Thanks
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Subject: Re: wedding vendors and average pricing
From: cann-ga on 12 Sep 2006 12:07 PDT
The reception site and ceremony locations are usually the first
planning decision, followed by catering - which is often provided by
the wedding facility.  The reception site usually has a list of
preferred vendors (or in some cases, required vendors) to refer you

The next major vendor decisions are typically the photographer,
florist, band/dj and videographer.  These should be booked as soon as
possible after booking the facility - as they often book a year in

Once the location and main vendors are set, secondary decisions are
made: bridal attire, invitations and stationery, transportation,
cakes, favors and gifts.  These items should be completed anywhere
between 3-6 months in advance.

Of course - this can all very depending on your specific timeline.  A
good guideline can be found here: <a
Enter your wedding date - and you'll get a customized planning

Costs vary greatly by vendor and region - but a good guideline can be
found here - <a href=""></a>.
Enter your total budget - and you'll get a customized budget itemized
by vendor.
Subject: Re: wedding vendors and average pricing
From: bluestarpoets-ga on 03 Nov 2006 19:58 PST
Average costs of DJs can be found at <a

Hope this helps.

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