There are so many places to choose from to share your special day with everyone you know and love on Cape Cod! Where to begin?! Here are some tips on the best ways to narrow down your options when deciding on a place for your dream wedding on Cape Cod.
Oh the dreaded question....Band or DJ?
They are both so different, yet so similar. Do you want a show or a dance party or a show and a dance party? Or a brass band from Fenway Park or a dance club with disco balls and lighting? Decisions, decisions.
Most Cape Cod weddings take place June-September, in the heat of the summer when the Cape is a very happening place to be! When planning your wedding here during these months it is nice to give your guests a heads up on different places to stay with a range of price options and the bridge traffic, especially with good and bad times to travel.
Harun & Austin reached out to Cape Cod Celebrations in early in 2011 requesting assistance for their small Cape Cod wedding, which they were hoping to plan in Provincetown.
So you have decided she is the one, you have bought the ring, you have asked her family and now it is time to find the perfect Cape Cod location to pop the question.
The week is finally here, you have arrived to the Cape and you have seven days left to be sure everything you planned will be perfect come the weekend. Here are some items that you should do the week of your wedding to be sure the day will be smooth sailing!
When planning your wedding, the destination is the first thing to consider. Do you want to stay local or travel to an island or favorite childhood vacation spot. If you are looking to travel, the real question is, is a destination wedding right for you?
Although there are many very important vendors taking part in your wedding day, I would say that the photographer is right up there for one of the most important. The photographer will spend most of his or her day with you while you are getting ready all the way to the very end, and let’s face it, the photos taken the night of your wed
Most brides are either one of two types - either very hands on, creative, organized and want to do everything themselves, or very hands off, busy with work and want someone else to do all of the research and creative thinking. No matter what bride you are, when it comes down to enjoying your wedding day it is nice to be able to hand it off to a professional.
On the heels of the momentous 2004 decision which legalized same sex marriage in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (not civil unions or domestic partnerships—but true legal marriage), there was an initial rush of same sex couples to the altar or town hall to pledge their vows to one another and exchange wedding rings.