Before you hire a vendor for your wedding, make sure you do your research! Find reviews, recommendations, and ask questions!
We found a terrific article about the type of questions you should be asking potential vendors:
However we think the best way of insuring that your vendors are on point and profession, is to hire a planner! ;)
What you need for a NJ marriage license:
*At the time you apply for your marriage license you will have to provide the name of who is going to marry you, where, and when, and an address and phone number for the officiant.
You will need to show documentation to prove a previous marriage has been dissolved either through death or divorce. Acceptable documents include a certified copy of the final decree of divorce or a certified copy of the death certificate for your former spouse.
Renewal of Vows:
Re-marriage licenses are available in New Jersey. There is no waiting period for a re-marriage license.
New Jersey has a three (3) day waiting period. For weekend weddings, you will need to apply the Tuesday before to satisfy the three days (72 hours) by Friday. If you have special circumstances such as emergency, illness, military leave, etc., a Superior Court Judge can sign a waiver that would waive the waiting period.
WAIT!! WHAT ABOUT NEW YORK?!?!
All persons who intend to get married in New York State must obtain a Marriage License
The goal is to look like a more enhanced you, not like you’re going on stage. When it comes to make-up, start with less and you can always add more.
We don’t suggest drastic changes. If you want to make big changes, start months in advance. For example, try tanning a few times or even different spray tans well before the date.
If you are getting married during the spring or summer, we suggest keeping oil-free blotting sheets or pressed powder close by.
We also suggest having hair and make-up trials a few months before your wedding to ensure that you capture the look that you want.
Take the quiz below to see great hair styles based on your face shape and dress type:
Organization is the most important thing when it comes to planning your wedding. It is an element that should be carried out from the start of the planning process, right down to the last minute of your event.
No one wants to be fumbling with money the day of their wedding so we recommend writing down all the last payments and/or tips you need to hand out. Using envelopes with each vendor’s name is a great way to make sure you do not forget anyone