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Many of you who have already picked up a copy of the Summer/Fall issue of Vermont Bride have probably noticed an exciting new feature in the back of the magazine - our Wedding Planner Worksheet section! We are excited to debut this special feature that we hope will be a useful tool for you to jot down notes and ideas for all aspects of your wedding planning. It came from a desire to better connect our readers to the amazing Vermont vendors and have all of that handy information in one, easy to find spot.

We know that some of you may have fancy planning binders or even online software, but we also recognize that when you are snuggled on the couch with your groom or bride-to-be browsing through the magazine, it might not be convenient to jump up and grab that hulking binder off the counter. The worksheets are a companion tool to be used along with Vermont Bride Magazine to assist you in figuring out all of the nitty-gritty, as well as pretty, details of your special day.

In case you need an extra copy, or would find it more useful to print it out on regular paper so you can hole punch and stick into a binder, here is a link to download a printable file of the six pages of worksheets.

Download Here

We also would love to hear any feedback you have on the worksheets and suggestions for making it even better!

 

 

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Wedding DJ VT provides a fun and exciting atmosphere to any wedding reception. No games, no silly dances, no obnoxious talking on the mic; just great music for cocktail hour, dinner, and dancing all night. Owner, Evan LeCompte, recently shared with us some insight into how and why he got into the djaying business.

 

Aloha Hive Camp, Fairlee, Vermont

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We love the rustic details and pops of color in Sheena and Nathan's cozy, camp wedding. From the birch branch arbor to the post-ceremony boat cruise for the wedding party, their celebration epitomizes a classic Vermont style that takes full advantage of the natural landscape and all it has to offer.

 

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The old saying, "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue", still has a lot of meaning to modern-day brides. Fun and meaningful traditions such as these are at the heart of wedding history and give ample room for injecting your own personal spin on things. The color blue is a classic in wedding design and easily coordinates with a myriad of other colors. From elegent to bohemian, the options are endless when starting with blue as your foundation.

 

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The Kentucky Derby may take place over 900 miles away from Vermont, but that doesn't mean there isn't a trophy cups worth of inspiration that we can find in the iconic style of this beloved, southern event. Our state animal is a horse, after all, and Vermont has a strong history in horse racing. Here are some of our favorite Kentucky Derby inspired wedding images that we hope will sweeten your day.