Tips on Planning Your Disney Wedding

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Chose a Season: Central Florida has a reputation of warm sunny weather. But some times of the year are better than others.  Use this as a guide to help you chose the right month for your Disney Wedding.

  1. January-February: Cold (60-50 degrees F) It may not sound cold to most, but when you are wishing for sunny tank top weather, your not going to find it here. The up side? It’s the least busy time for vacationers.
  2. Later February-April: (70-80 degrees F) Spring break can bring vacationers, the weather is warm, but tolerable but there is a chance for spring thunder storms.
  3. April- May (83-87 degrees F) Humidity is going to high, and it makes you feel hotter but most vacationers aren’t present.
  4. June-August (90-97 degrees F) This is high season for vacationers as well as hotel rates. Hurricane season starts June 1st.
  5. September- October (89-84 degrees F) The heat starts to lessen, after Labor day vacationers start to thin. The hotel rates start to lower. This is the peak of hurricane season.
  6. November- December (85-71 degrees F) November is the most popular month for a Florida wedding, and hurricane season ends. Mid December starts getting busy with vacationers.

Chose the day of the week. While Saturdays are most popular Fridays and Sundays are becoming increasing popular. It is not unusual for the Grand Floridian\’s Wedding Pavilion to have multiple weddings a day, including weekdays.  Some Saturdays are booked up to two years in advance. This means that you may need to consider a weekday for your celebration.

Choose the time of day. Sunset weddings, morning brunch or even afternoon tea time weddings should be considered. Keep in mind you and your fiancée personality as well as guests that may attend. Some older guest and children may leave early at a late wedding reception.

Send ‘Save The Dates’ Early. If any of your guest are coming from out of town, you want to send you save the dates (STDs) early to give your guest time to plan.

Consider hiring outside vendors. When planning your wedding, you will be given package options including Djs, Photographers and Videographers. You may have some more flexibility if you hire an outside vendor. Orlando wedding videographers and other vendors can be found using a search engine.

Splurge on preserving your memories. You spend a year planning and then in 8 hours the whole thing is over. Make sure you preserve your memories. Hire a great Orlando wedding videographer and photographer so that you can relive those memories.

Go excotic. The Wedding Pavilion at the Grand Floridian is the most popular venue at Walt Disney World but there are other wonderful venues you can wed. Get creative and marry at Epcot’s Paris or Italy. The decor is already set for a romantic wedding. Little to no additional decorating is necessary.

Plan a Vacation. If having your wedding at Disney is a destination wedding, and most of your guest are traveling for your wedding, make it easy for yout guest to make it a vacation. There are vacation homes that can be rented or a block rooms at a choice hotel.  You may be surprised how many people RSVP when the find out they can take a vacation as well as attend your wedding.

Orlando Wedding Videographer, Mary Angelini shares her tips she has learned from filming weddings.

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Choosing The Right Wedding Vendors In A Difficult Economy

Now more than ever, it is important to get the most for your money. But a limited budget shouldn’t stop you from achieving your dream wedding, if you make the correct choices in several key areas.It’s often been said that it only takes three people to pull off a wedding- the bride, the groom, and the minister. If you want guests and memories, you’ll need a few more. The venue, photographer and videographer, and DJ are the critical choices you’ll make, and if you choose wisely you’ll have an enjoyable and memorable wedding experience.The most important factor is this: AVOID THE EXTREMES! A good purchasing strategy is to find the five most likely candidates, then eliminate the least expensive and the most expensive, and give a closer look to the three that remain. Chances are very good that the cheapest is the least experienced and qualified, and on the other end you’re likely to be overspending for no reason. Let’s examine these items in detail.The Venue-In an attempt to save money, many folks are opting to have their event hosted at a private facility such as a home. If you’re fortunate enough to know someone willing to do this for you, it’s off to the races! Just keep in mind that a lot of considerations will pop up along the way. Parking, restrooms, neighbors, zoning and noise ordinances, garbage collection and disposal, and catering and beverage concerns (plates, napkins, glasses and silverware, servers, bartender, liquor license, etc.) are just a few of the many difficulties you’ll encounter. Add to that the legal implications of liability based on property damage and injury, and the very real possibility of a lawsuit from the serving of alcohol, and this becomes overwhelming very quickly. That’s why it is better to go with a reasonably priced professional wedding and reception facility with experience in all of these matters. You’ll save money in the long run and retain your sanity.The biggest non-secret in the wedding industry? Book your event on any day other than Saturday. This single decision will result in significant savings overall, as most vendors are willing to offer discount pricing on the “off-day” event.The Photographer and Videographer-This is the 21st Century, and photos are no longer enough. A wise decision here will give you and your family lasting memories of your special day, and there is no part of your wedding where it is more important not to overspend. If you are considering an egotistical photographer who is charging so much that you can’t afford video, then you need to shop around more. A skilled photographer with moderate pricing and an enjoyable personality will be more pleasant to work with, and allow room in your budget for a videographer.Why is it important to have both? Because photos alone will not convey the depth of emotion found in a falling tear or the crackle of a voice. A well produced wedding video will bring the day immediately back to mind in full sound and color, show many moments that were missed in the commotion, and provide a way to share the entire occasion with out of town people unable to attend, even friends and relatives that you don’t have yet.The DJ-A good wedding dj does so much more than just play music. They are the uniting aspect who brings all of the components together and provides the rest of what you need for a successful affair. Microphones and sound systems to hear the audio (both music and spoken word), dance lighting for energy and excitement, and event planning and coordination are all elements which they bring, plus a commanding presence to keep things together and moving along as you and your guests progress through the dynamics of the evening.As with the other main vendors, price should be A consideration, but not the ONLY consideration. Personality and experience are vital, and it is possible to find the best wedding service providers offering the best value if you avoid the least and most expensive ones. Passion, care, and a good work ethic are rarely found at the ends of the pricing spectrum.For more information on Arizona weddings, visit www.ThreeOceansEntertainment.com

Cameron was a professional musician for 25 years, playing keyboards and guitar, and singing and performing as a band member, solo artist, session musician, composer, and sound engineer. His credits include scoring and producing the soundtrack for the film “Ski Utah” and staff composer for the television PSA series “Utah Crimesolvers.” He now resides in Phoenix, Arizona where he owns and operates
Three Oceans Entertainment
, a video production and event DJ company for weddings and events in Arizona.
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