Hair Express & Day Spa
Transport the People
SPICE ROOT Restaurant is located on Spring Street in Williamstown, MA, adjacent to the Williams College campus, in the heart of downtown Williamstown.
Tailored Events
Red Lion Inn
RJ Stohr
Celebrate at the Orchards
Williamstown Motel, one of the Berkshires outstanding lodging and motel values.
Mad Jacks BBQ
Official Site. The Place to Meet. Book Online or Call 800-315-2621
Mark Trembley Photography
Visit the Berkshire Museum
Visit Charland Jewelers Website
1896 House
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
Typical Tymes Video Production
We do weddings at a higher level.
Skyline Country Club
Patrick's Pub
Lasting Images Photography
Morgan House
Chocolate Springs
Baba Louies Pizza Company
elle day spa
Full service event tent rentals
Brenda & Co.
Mazzeo's Ristorante
Crown Jewelers
Wedding Invitations
BerkSites - Berkshire Website Design
Supporting Radio Station
Jocelyn Vassos Photography

Best Wedding Tips

 

Here are some of the GREAT wedding tips we've collected along the way from couples we've serviced!

  1. #1. If you're having an outdoor wedding and rent a tent, purchase some sheer fabric from the store and drape it from the canopy and along the poles to create a more intimate feel!
     
  2. #2. If you have many members in your wedding party and need to purchase toasting glasses, go to the "Dollar Store" and purchase them. You can then hot glue whatever decals you want to the glasses to make them more festive with your theme! (Staff favorite!)
     
  3. #3. If you are having a kid-friendly wedding, hire baysitters to sit with the children in a designated area so that strollers are not creating guest congestion or safety hazards.
     
  4. #4.Make out an additional list of special pictures you'd like to have taken at your wedding. The photographer won't know to take a picture of you and your 95 year old Aunt Ruth!
     
  5. #5. When you send out your invitations, allow for three weeks before your wedding for a response. You will then have at least a week to hunt down the slackers who haven't responded! (Staff favorite!)
     
  6. #6. When shopping for your wedding gown, do not rely on the single opinion of the store clerk. Take your mother and maybe your Maid / Matron of Honor with you!
     
  7. #7. When you budget your time for the limo, it may not be a good idea to "joy ride" in it if the limo driver has to wait until the end of the reception to leave. The longer the driver is there, the more you will have pay!
     
  8. #8. Smashing the wedding cake in each other's faces is no longer "fun". Opt instead for a napkin and two forks so that no one gets tempted to "seize the moment" and leave their spouse doused in buttercream frosting. 
     
  9. #9. It is your wedding day but you should be conscientious of your guests and wedding party. Meal choices can be very tricky. Watch out for those with allergies (they'll tell you) and make sure there is something for EVERYONE to eat (vegetarians, vegans, sensitive diets, etc.)
     
  10. #10. The bouquet you toss at your wedding does not have to be the same size as your actual bouquet! It can be a smaller version that will be cheaper!
     
  11. #11. If you have a full year before your wedding, you have the opportunity to retrieve things for your wedding at a discounted end-of-season rate. For example, if you are getting married in the fall of 2013, you could get end-of-season fall prices on faux hay, scarecrows, stuffed pumpkins, spice candles,etc. 
     
  12. #12. Be prompt! It's fine and dandy to have your schedule for your wedding day but you need to make sure you stick with it! Your wedding day will find you without any concept of time and you need to make sure that someone else will keep you updated and on task of what's happening.
     
  13. #13. Attach your huge train at the church (make sure you're early enough!)! It makes for easier in and out access from the limo!
     
  14. #14. Do give your wedding party their gifts at the rehearsal dinner. Waiting until the morning of the wedding can be chaotic!
     
  15. #15. No matter what happens, you will still be married at the end of the day! Do NOT micro-manage your wedding. You hired those wedding professionals for a reason! Let them do their jobs! (Staff favorite!)
Vendor Directory

Our directory consists of over 131 Berkshire County wedding related member vendors.

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Events & Contests
WOO HOO Wedding Tour: SOUTH County
Join us for the day touring reception venues, restaurants, shops and more for your wedding planning needs!
WOO HOO Wedding Tour: CENTRAL County (Part 1)
Come along and experience some of what Central Berkshire County has to offer brides getting married here in the Berkshires!
WOO HOO Wedding Tour: NORTH County
Check out what North County has to offer in wedding shops, venues and more!
WOO HOO Wedding Tour: CENTRAL County (Part 2)
Enjoy a tour of Central County in the Part 2 Edition of this massive wedding market!
Berkshire Bride Blog
Don't miss the largest and most reputable wedding expo in Berkshire County! TONS of food, fun and information!
Our Date Night Winner's AWESOME adventure with her groom!
Donate your canned goods and get entered to win!
Berkshire Brides tour the County visiting a wide variety of wedding professionals for FREE via limousines and shuttle vans! Lunch is included!
Vote for your favorite photo and be entered to win!
Wedding Tip #10
Select your wedding transportation 6-9 months before your wedding to ensure the availability.
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Member Testimonials

Jerrid and Diane, Thank you so much for all your help throughout my wedding process. You guys are amazing! We would also like to thank you for your help in making our men look amazing! Awesome tuxes! Thanks again!

Tim and Lindsay Sayers, May 2012

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