Some one willing to work with you to give you the exact day you want.
I am excited to facilitate your important day just the way you want it. Whether you want a civil service or a specified religious service, I will learn and officiate any wedding service personally designed for you. For after all, it is your special day.
I will meet with you ahead of time or work with you via email to make sure that we know exactly what type of ceremony you and your loved want and to make sure the ceremony is actually what you have dreamed of. If you come to us No Charge for initial meeting at our residence or if I come to you it is $.30 a mile
you found us to plan your big day, help you with some aspect of your
big day or are here just to pamper yourself, the experienced
affiliates of My Day are here to do just that- to make your day.
By Appointment only
below are our affiliates contacts. Many of our affiliates have other
full time jobs or are busy with clients and can not always answer the
Please leave a message. We want to work with you.
Are you looking for a less expensive Venue choice for your small wedding? My Day Garden is located on a country dirt road in beautiful, untouched, historic, Pittsfield in central NH. Just 20 mins from I 93 in Concord or Tilton,. Nestled by Lily lake it is an open field with a small wedding barn known as the Barefoot Chapel that can be used for the service, a small banquet hall, or dance hall.
We also are able to book for larger parties at Black Bear Vineyard in beautiful Salisbury NH
Personal Bridal Stylist Services
Hair services for your big day.
Call or text Christie 603-703-9977
Call or Text 603-703-9977
Top 3 Wedding Planning Tips
1. Start planning early
You’ve got May 2020 in your mind as the ideal wedding date, but don’t think that means you have to wait two years before you start planning! The earlier you get onto it, the easier, and less stressful it will be as your day approaches. Having a clear plan before you start will help you keep on top of everything and be sure that you don’t forget something important. Insurance, rough guest list numbers and the budget should always be your first three things.
2. Nail the budget
Don’t spend anything until you’ve set a realistic budget that won’t stretch you too far. It’s a common mistake to forget all the little extras, too – for the budget to work, you need to factor in every detail. Don’t forget to account for additional costs like dress alterations, gifts and beauty expenses. These can all add up!
3. Helping hands
Although it’s your big day, your friends and family and professionals will be more than willing to help and will want to be involved in the planning. Make sure you get this help people you trust and who take criticism well... you’re more likely to feel that you can be honest if things aren’t exactly as you want them!