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Or, how to throw a stylish waterfront wedding for less than $6,000.

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If you really want to give your guests a taste of the Vineyard, consider a signature cocktail that highlights local ingredients.

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How to simplify bouquets, stick with local and seasonal blooms, what to ask your florist, and more.

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You can ask as many questions as you want and theorize all you like, but at the end of the day it's hard to imagine exactly what you need  and how much it will cost until someone shows you the receipts. So here they are: two real bills from Island florist–designed weddings to help you tackle your own budgeting and ordering with ease.

Wedding 1

Guest count: 120

Ceremony (Church):

Stage arrangement (1) – $600
Door wreath (2) – $500

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1. Set Your Budget

Whether it’s what you have available to spend or what you want to spend, a defined budget is key. Most couples devote 8 to 20 percent of their overall allotment – the exact percentage is up
to you.

2. Determine Your Style

Research colors, flower varieties, overall schemes, and arrangement types that catch your eye.

3. Nail Down Your Numbers

Guest count? Bridal party attendants? Number of tables? These details matter; they will affect your bottom line.

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Real budgets. Real prices. Real solutions.

07.17.18

When to book. What to pack. Teri Pirozzi shares all.

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Henry Luessen had a few surprises up his sleeve for girlfriend Hannah Schriescheim's birthday.

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Not everyone is a wine expert. But Anna Ward is, and she can help you out with picking the perfect wine for your reception.

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