All You Need to Know About Wedding Invitation, RSVP, and Save the Date

Once you’ve set the date for your wedding, it’s like you’ve set in motion a series of heart-wrenching questions that keep popping into your head. Questions like which venue to use, who you are going to invite, or how long in advance will you notify your intended guests? Stonebrook Manor feels your pain, and we’ll help you out. Here are some insights concerning your wedding invitation, RSVP and Save a date card. Once you have gotten your guests list, we’ll show you how to do the rest. Wedding Invitation Once you have put together all the details of your wedding …

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5 Ways to Make an Entrance at Your Wedding Reception

After you’ve married the love of your life at your ceremony, merely walking into your wedding reception seems a bit anticlimactic. We at Stonebrook Manor agree. I mean your reception is for celebration. Why not start right from your entrance? Any of these five ideas from us should help you do just that. Show Up in Grand Style Do not be afraid to experiment with different transportation options when arriving at your reception. Some of the many ones we’ve seen include: arriving on horseback, coming on a tractor, arriving in a beautiful boat, arriving by motorcycle, arriving by sleigh and …

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5 Dos and Don’ts of Online RSVPs

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, most things have had to go online as a way to keep contact to a minimum and stay safe. We understand that here at Stonebrook Manor and would love to remind you of our unwavering support in these trying times. You are not alone, and we’ll all get through this together. As part of the move online, email conversations have replaced the physical visit or snail mail by the couples to ask guests to RSVP their wedding. There are, however, a few things that you must consider before engaging in online RSVP. That’s …

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4 Tips on Giving Great Toasts at A Wedding

Toasts can either be the best part of your wedding or the worst part. There is usually no in-between. We’ve seen lots of great toasts here at Stonebrook Manor, and we thought that we should share some tips on them in this article. So here are some key features that your toast should include if you want it to be a memorable and fun toast.     Identify Yourself At weddings, there is always some chance that some people in attendance do not know who you are. Before you go into the nitty-gritty of your speech, introduce yourself. Explain your …

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6 Tips on Writing Your Own Wedding Vows

Personalizing your wedding is one of the ways to make it a fun and memorable event. A great way to personalize your wedding is by writing your own vows. Personalized vows are beautiful to hear, and when couples read them to each other, it is usually the most emotional part of their wedding ceremony. So, if you’ve decided to write your own vows, good for you! There’s however a chance that since you made that decision, you’ve been anxious about it, overwhelmed, and procrastinating because you have no idea how to start. That’s why we at Stonebrook Manor thought we …

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How and When to Share Your Wedding Website

In the last article, we talked about creating your wedding website and its advantages during times like these. But you’d agree with us when we say that there is more to a website than just creating it. You also want it to get out there to your friends and family and have them be able to access it. That’s what we’ve decided to focus on in this article, so grab a pen, paper and take down some notes on how to and when to share your website. How To Share Your Wedding Website There are a few guidelines to follow …

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5 Things to Keep in Mind While Planning Your Wedding Website

Wedding websites have become very common. During this pandemic where lots of couples have to pass information across to their guests often, it’s become very important to have one. Websites are also great for centralizing your wedding details and managing communication in an easy and straightforward way. That’s why we at Stonebrook Manor have put together these tips to help with the elements to include in the wedding website for your wedding in Denver or any of its environs. Registry Information And/or Links It may be bad etiquette to include registry information on your wedding invitations, but no such restrictions …

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5 Amazing Style Ideas to Inspire Your Future Colorado Wedding Planning

How are you our couples and potential couples in Denver, its environs and all around the world doing? Are you practicing social distancing and staying safe? We at Stonebrook Manor would like to let you know that you are not alone in times like this and that we’re here for you. While you practice social distancing and quarantine yourselves at home, one of the things that can help keep you busy is planning your future wedding. When it is finally safe to hold weddings again, would you want a romantic, classic or rustic one? If you are still trying to …

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6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Invite Someone to Your Wedding

For the past few weeks and some weeks to come, social distancing is vital to our survival as a people and that means weddings have been put on pause. Do not despair though. This is not permanent and governments and scientists all over the world working to find a solution, this will soon pass and life can go back to what it was. We at Stonebrook Manor would like to remind you that we’re here for you in this trying time. While waiting for it to become safe again for weddings, you can take steps towards planning your wedding and …

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4 Simple Tips for Changing Your Wedding Date

As of March 19, 2020, Colorado had 277 known cases of coronavirus and as much as we might like to not believe it, coronavirus is here until we do something about it. This is why the CDC as of March 15, 2020, advised that weddings in the country should be postponed by at least 8 weeks. Now if your wedding fell into the above date, we are sure that you are in contact with all the vendors and services that you need to be in contact with concerning your postponement and a new date. We, however, felt that an article …

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