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Tips for Choosing a Wedding Caterer

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How to Choose a Wedding Caterer

Having the right wedding caterer can make or break your wedding reception. The importance of choosing the right wedding caterer can’t be understated, so make sure not to go into the selection process unprepared.

Before picking up the phone or getting on the Internet, you need to decide with your fiancé what kind of reception you envision. Is it a sit-down dinner or a buffet? Is dessert served? What about appetizers before the meal?

You also need to…read more

Rehearsal Dinner and Groom’s Dinner

Rehearsal Dinner and Groom’s Dinner for LDS Weddings

bbq dinner for rehersal or Groom's Dinner
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One of the more nebulous parts of wedding planning is the groom’s dinner (also known as the rehearsal dinner.) What is it, who pays for it, and do you need one if you’re getting married in the LDS temple?

For non-temple weddings, most couples have a trial run called a “wedding rehearsal” the day before. They go over the minutiae of the ceremony: where to stand, when and how to walk down the aisle, how to hold your flowers, which way to face, and so on. After the rehearsal, everyone involved usually goes out dinner. This is the traditional rehearsal dinner or groom’s dinner.

But the story is a little different if you are being married in the temple. The LDS temple sealing ceremony is…read more

Rehearsal Dinner and Groom’s Dinner for LDS Weddings

Rehearsal Dinner and Groom’s Dinner for LDS Weddings

bbq dinner for rehersal or Groom's Dinner
Photo Courtesy of JarvieDigital.com

One of the more nebulous parts of wedding planning is the groom’s dinner (also known as the rehearsal dinner.) What is it, who pays for it, and do you need one if you’re getting married in the LDS temple?

For non-temple weddings, most couples have a trial run called a “wedding rehearsal” the day before. They go over the minutiae of the ceremony: where to stand, when and how to walk down the aisle, how to hold your flowers, which way to face, and so on. After the rehearsal, everyone involved usually goes out dinner. This is the traditional rehearsal dinner or groom’s dinner.

But the story is a little different if you are being married in the temple. The LDS temple sealing ceremony is…read more

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