Monthly Archives: March 2017

How fast can you plan a wedding?

By | 2017-10-09T15:04:00+00:00 March 18th, 2017|Vintage Wedding Planning, Vintage Wedding Venue|

How to plan a wedding in 3 months If you’ve spent any time on wedding blogs, wedding websites or reading wedding magazines, you know that most experts recommend having about 12-18 months to plan a wedding. But, if you read last week’s post featuring Taylor Hutchins, a Spring Lake Bride, you know that timeline is a gross estimation of how long it takes to plan a wedding at Spring Lake. In fact, she planned her wedding in just three months! First, I’d love to know why you chose to plan a wedding in 3 months? First off, my husband and I could not wait to get married, once he proposed we wanted to start out new life together as soon as possible and have the fresh start we were looking for for so long. My husband was in rehab for 18 months prior to our wedding, I only got to [...]

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Vintage Weddings in Spring

By | 2017-10-09T15:04:00+00:00 March 5th, 2017|Vintage Wedding Venue|

Spring Vintage Weddings It is (almost) one of our most favorite times of the year, spring! You know we love weddings here at Spring Lake and the spring-time weddings we get to see are fabulous. They are full of soft pastel colors, light-colored suits, vintage accents, and plenty of buckets overflowing with baby’s breath. Weddings in Spring without Rain Spring can be a difficult season to plan for an outdoor wedding. You’ve heard the phrase “April showers bring May flowers.” While we love the rain for the blooming landscape, rainy days bring their own set of challenges. Thankfully, we’ve already thought of that for you. You can plan your springtime wedding stress-free knowing that we already have an awesome location for rainy wedding days, and some might argue that it’s even better than our lakeside ceremony location. (Just in case you're wondering, our rainy day wedding backup location is in [...]

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