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Your Winter Wedding

metroWEDDING • Tips and advice from local experts for planning the perfect day for the bride & groom

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There are a number of items you want to be sure to include on your winter checklist. KATIE DURAN WITH AAA RENTS, suggests soup bowls, ornate coffee makers, and tons of candles. Katie has an abundance of ideas and experience to offer, along with an eagerness to dream with you (and the staff to help make those dreams come true!) That, along with the typical rental list of linens, tables and chairs, plates, mugs and glasses, and silverware should cover all the bases for you.

For your own records, it is recommended that you keep notes of the deposit amounts and due dates, delivery date and pick-up date, charges for lost or damaged items, and the quantity of each item that is to be delivered.

And be sure not to let a slippery, wet floor ruin the dresses or a good time! Duran also suggests renting a lot of mats and carpeting, and don’t forget the coat racks! Consider having a friend to act as a coat check at your reception for the convenience of your guests. It’s these little details that will elevate your wedding plans beyond a comfortable and hospitable experience to the realization of a truly magical “fairy-princess’s” dream.


Your winter wedding can be a magical experience for you and your guests, especially when you’ve covered all the bases required for our Nebraska winters. And that’s just another reason to use your local vendors; who else will know best what you need for that perfect, great plains wedding? Omaha’s local vendors are well capable of providing you with the tips and details that will ensure everything lays out as “smooth as ice.” For an extensive list of resources available in the greater Omaha area, visit our EVENT-PLANNING GUIDE AT SPIRITOFOMAHA.COM where you can find everything from venues, flowers, caterers and rentals to deejays, transportation, dry cleaning and photography.

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