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Words Of Wisdom: The Watermill Blog

The world of event planning—especially wedding planning—can be a difficult road to navigate. With trends constantly shifting, it can take a long time to figure out how to put together any celebration in a way that will stay in the hearts and minds of your guests for years to come. In the spirit of teaching from experience, The Watermill presents this blog as a helpful resource to anyone preparing the party of a lifetime—from when to book a caterer to how to find the best dress and beyond.

What Are Some Of The Finer Points Of Wedding Etiquette

Tips on what to give the happy couple and how to mind your manners as a guest.

How To Throw An Amazing Engagement Party

Before the wedding planning kicks into high gear, set aside some time to celebrate the proposal with friends and family at your engagement party.

Be The Best Bridesmaid You Can Be

Brides feel the pressure on their wedding day. Chip in with as much help as you can with this handy list of tips.

What Are The Best Wedding Invitation Printing Styles?

Wedding invitations come in all shapes and sizes. Before summoning your guests, learn about the different printing styles for the most important letter you’ll ever mail out.


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The Watermill's Favorite Wedding Movies

Weddings are fertile ground for drama, which is exactly why these events serve as a major plot device for so many movies.

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Menu Enhancements At A Watermill Wedding

Add to your wedding’s fabulous dining scene with a variety of enhancements available for cocktail hour, dessert, and beyond.

The Must-Hit Steps Of A Traditional Wedding Timeline

Planning ahead makes all the difference, especially when it comes to weddings. And the best way to make sure your wedding hits all the right notes is to devise a pitch-perfect timeline.

The Cons Of An Outdoor Wedding

Outdoor weddings can be beautiful celebrations when planned correctly, but these ambitious undertakings might not be worth the trouble, unpredictability, and extra cost.