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Congratulations, you’ve tied the knot! Now it’s time to cut loose with your closest friends and family members, right? Not so fast, say experts ranging from gift-bag suppliers to band leaders to babysitters. First you’ve got to select the menu and music. But that’s just the beginning of countless details to be nailed down before cutting the cake—and the rug. In Part III of this three-part series sponsored by World Kitchen, we delve into the ABCs of wedding receptions throughout the month of June. So be sure to tune in every day. And don't forget to share your favorite shows with fellow brides-to-be (and their beaus). World Kitchen: All the right ingredients.

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When is green champagne a welcome sight at a wedding reception? When it's poured by Beth Parentice of Eco-Bar. ?More and more spirit companies are making their products organically—not using preservatives and... more

Perfect as any bride hopes her nuptials to be, something usually goes wrong, big time. That's why Tracee Wright of Weddings Done Wright totes a super-sized emergency kit to every event she produces. ?That's one of the things that... more

If a bride is going the wedding-planning process solo, what does she need to know when talking to linen vendors? ?A planner will save you time and money and make your day fabulous, but if you don't have one, be sure to know... more

Weddings aren't getting kitschier, they're getting more personal, says Jeri Fitzgerald of Celebrations by Design. ?We're seeing more and more themed events. But these aren't just what you'd think, like Renaissance or Halloween.... more

Just when you thought you had a handle on all the elements necessary for a memorable post-I-do-bash, along comes Rick Bisesto to explain the many misconceptions of tenting—namely that it's just this big white piece of... more

If you don't want Chuck Fishman to capture your big day on film, he doesn't want you either. ?People who are interested in good photography always make me excited. People who care,? the noted wedding photog tells Wedding Planning... more

Sure your wedding guests shed a tear as you tie the knot and smooch the groom, but what's not-so-secretly on the minds of many during the ceremony is, What's to eat? So catering should always be at the top of every couple's list.... more

Despite the name of his firm—Dream Weddings—Ray Swash is a realist, though an ever romantic one. ?In our references, we began to get responses from couples saying thank you for the perfect day. But the perfect... more

How can you tell a DIY bride? ?She knows what she wants and she has time to implement a lot of it. She's on Pinterst. She's on all the wedding-shop sites. And her entire room is filled with samples—all these pieces to her... more

It may be called The Big Apple, but that doesn's mean you need a big budget to get hitched in style. ?A lot of New Yorkers have a tendacy to spend much more money on their weddings than they have to,? planner Mark Anthony tells... more