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Tips for saving money.

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The hardest part of planning our wedding was deciding on where to go on our honeymoon.

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We canvassed Island vendors looking for favors that can be personalized with your names printed on them and found five options. Bonus: Some part of each can be saved and reused – for example, fill the jam jar with sea glass or tuck the soap wrapper in a lingerie drawer.

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Mary Hatch and Kevin Stange’s September wedding with Reverend Dr. Judy Campbell.

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The venue itself can be artful.
Chris and Sheila Morse, who own three art galleries on the Island, celebrated their marriage in one of them, the Granary Gallery in West Tisbury, on New Year’s Eve 1996. Though it’s more common for the gallery to host a rehearsal dinner, which was the case for Kate Rochow and Chris Homlish who married at the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown last June.

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1. You can’t drive to the Island.

The only way to get to the Vineyard is by boat or plane, so make travel arrangements early.

We suggest that people leave their cars behind because parking here is limited and traffic hectic – especially during the popular wedding months of June through October. There are a number of transportation options – to the Island and around the Island – so check our website (www.mvislandweddings.com) for specifics.

2. The waiting period for a license.

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Island caterers are indispensable for feeding the wedding crowd, but they can also be helpful in providing food for a more intimate brunch the next day.

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Hopefully I won’t be the groom in another wedding. My experience makes me wiser, but enough is enough already.

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Advice for outdoor weddings.

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