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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.

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How To Have A Tasteful Holiday Wedding

The holidays are upon us and this festive time of year marries perfectly to wedding planning!

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Unique Ideas For An Alternative Wedding Guest Book

Many elements of your wedding are waiting to be personalized—including the concept of a wedding guest book.

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How To Include Epically Geeky Elements In Your Long Island Wedding

Celebrate you and your partner’s inner geek and include your favorite pop culture elements into your wedding theme.

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The 'I Do' Hairdo: Bridal Hairstyles For Your Wedding

A spectacular bridal hairstyle can elevate a wedding’s fashionable impact much like that of the wedding dress.

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Read These Tips Before Writing Your Wedding Vows

Wedding vows present the perfect opportunity for you and your partner to personalize your ceremony and start your marriage on the right foot.

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Building The Ultimate Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Be prepared for anything at your wedding with an array of helpful items that could save the day!

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It's Engagement Season: What To Do When They Propose

It can be difficult to know what to do first when your engagement becomes real—here’s a few helpful reminders.

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The Best Advice For Creating Wedding Thank-You Cards

Your wedding planning efforts aren’t truly over until you mail the very last thank-you note. Make it an easy process with as few steps as possible.