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How To Tip Your Wedding Vendors

You will be hiring a lot of vendors when you begin planning a wedding, and many of those vendors will have a staff of people helping them to make your ceremony and reception amazing. Since you don't throw this type of event often, it can be hard to know who you are expected to tip. WhereBridesGo.com has come up with a list so that you can decide who you will tip, and how much you should give. 


Tipping Guidelines
Many of your wedding vendors will not expect a tip, but it is always a nice surprise for them when one is given. It shows them that they have met, and in some cases exceeded, your expectations for service. There are some that you always tip, like bartenders, and some that are totally optional. When you do tip, keep the following things in mind:

Review contracts carefully. - In some cases, the gratuity is already figured into the final price that you pay. If you don't see this in the contract, ask about it to avoid unnecessarily double-tipping. You don't have to tip ow…

How To Plan A Bachelorette Party The Bride Will Love

Fall is an extremely popular time for weddings, which means right about now there are a LOT of bachelorette parties taking place. This is a night for the bride to celebrate her upcoming wedding along with her closest girlfriends, saying good-bye to the single life once and for all. It's a special time, so WhereBridesGo.com not only has the best bachelorette party supplies online for you, but we've also come up with a few tips to make this a night you will never forget.



Decide on a main activity
You will need to decide first and foremost, does the bride prefer a quiet, calm night with her girlfriends or a loud, crazy evening out on the town. Plan it with the bride's interests in mind. You can have a slumber party, a spa day, a weekend trip, or a night full of bar-hopping, to name a few ideas. Once you choose what to do, it will be easy to narrow down a place. If you will be going out and drinking, hire a driver for the night so everyone can enjoy themselves and still get home…

"Fall In Love" With These Wonderful Fall Wedding Items

Fall has become a very popular time for couples to plan a wedding. It's not too hot and not too cold, and in most areas the scenery is changing in vibrant and beautiful ways. Here are a few of WhereBridesGo.com's favorite items to wonderfully compliment any wedding in the gorgeous season of autumn. 


Warm colors like reds, oranges, deep yellows, browns, and dark greens are all hues that most people associate with the fall season. Metallic accents are a great way to add an exciting pop of color too. Show off the season you will be getting married in by introducing everyone to it through the invitations that you choose, and continue that theme through your other printed items. 
We have many wonderful wedding party gifts that are perfect for a fall wedding. If you bridesmaids love to cook, these Gold Dipped Ceramic Acorn Measuring Spoons will be adored by them. Fall is for deer hunting too, and these Antler Bottle Stoppers fit right in with the season.



An autumn wedding is a good pla…

You're Married! Now What? - 6 Tasks to Tackle First

Our last blog covered what to do after you get engaged, so today WhereBridesGo.com decided to discuss some of the things that you need to take care of after the I do's. Your married life will go much smoother once you get these tasks out of the way. 


#1 - Finish the Thank You Notes
Hopefully you already wrote the thank yous for the gifts you received prior to the wedding day. No one expects you to get these to them the week after the wedding, but the sooner you take care of it, the quicker and easier it will be. You definitely should strive to have them all delivered by 3 months after the wedding date. 

#2 - Legally Change Your Name
If you will be changing your name, it needs to be taken care of on everything. The two most important ones are your social security card and driver's license. The process can differ from state to state, but you will most likely need a certified copy of your official marriage license. Not the fancy one you signed for show at the wedding, but the legal o…