Glossary of terms
The floral arrangement carried by the bride in the ceremony and often later tossed over her shoulder to single guests at the reception. Bouquets come in many different styles, such as “beidermeier” and “cascade.”
One-stop, full-service shop where brides-to-be can purchase designer gowns and accessories.
Usually a single bloom attached to the jacket lapel of the groom, his attendants, the ushers and the fathers of the bride and groom.
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A small bunch of flowers usually worn by the bride’s mother, grandmother or other special someone.
A raised platform where the guests of honor often sit during a reception.
Any place, from an island resort to the Las Vegas strip, where the happy couple can have ceremony, reception and honeymoon in one convenient location.
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Junior attendants assigned to scatter flower petals along the aisle ahead of the bride.
Group Value Dates
Tool allows you to select from participating hotels with available guest rooms and function space in advance at 10-30% or more off seasonal rates, where applicable.
Guest List Manager
Tool allows you to set up your hotel guest list, reserve rooms, track which guests have booked their rooms, and make select updates.
The best man and the maid (or matron) of honor.
The cleric, civil servant or other official who performs the ceremony.
The pages, aka train bearers, follow closely behind the bride, carrying her train.
Personalized Online Group
Tool allows guests to book their own rooms and obtain information about your wedding at their convenience.
Many hotels offer a virtual tour of their property through a series of selected photos.
Request Pricing (Request For Proposal)
Using our online forms, you can request price quotes for the hotels and rooms that you have selected per your specifications.
Tool for matching your criteria with the right room for your rehearsal dinner, ceremony or reception.
Informal announcement preceding the invitation. Card or email usually goes out several months in advance of the wedding, allowing guests to make travel arrangements.
Tool helps you determine what size room you’ll need for guests at your rehearsal dinner, ceremony or reception.