LGBTQ Planning Guide

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While it's a good idea to have a wedding date in mind, it's best to be flexible with it until you actually secure a wedding venue. You might fall in love with a venue and need to move around your date a bit, so try to start looking at venues before you tie yourself to a date. F I N D A LO CAT I O N Now's a great time to think about whether or not you'll need the help of a wedding planner. This all-knowing wedding pro will help keep you on-budget, on-task and help you to locate other fabulous vendors, like a photographer, videographer, caterer and florist. E N L I ST S O M E H E L P TO DO 23 Find LGBTQ-friendly venues in your area This is one of the most important vendors you will hire, so spend some time looking at wedding photos on GayWeddings, Pinterest and Instagram to learn what style of photos you like the most. P I C K A P H OTO G R A P H E R Find LGBTQ-friendly photographers in your area Plan on-the-go, from your smartphone with the WeddingWire app. You'll be able to count down to the big day, search for vendors and keep track of your checklist. G O D I G I TA L Download the app to plan anytime, from anywhere

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