Wedding Planners Broomfield CO
It’s a Nice Day for a Green Wedding!
As wedding season approaches, I thought I would share some pearls of wisdom with bubbling brides-to-be; ) As some of you may or may not know, I was a wedding and event planner for many years. And as of a few months ago, I planned & put on my own wedding! I took what I learned over my years in the biz and put it all together with our limited budget to host the most eco-friendly and affordable weddings I had ever planned. If I do say so myself, it was quite beautiful and I missed none of the elements that come with a large and expensive event. So I figured I would share some insider tips and secrets with you in the case that you or someone you know is headed down the aisle and is frantic about finances and/or their carbon footprint ; )
If you haven’t noticed, summertime is wedding time. One of my many hats is that of a wedding planner so I definitely get my fill come fall be it from working them or going to them ; ) And it is very difficult to stay healthy at such events but have no fear as the healthy, voyaging, event planner is here to help ; )
The trip is exhausting enough as flights or road trips are an excuse to eat fast and convenient. Then you get to the hotel and eat a nice, expensive, in room meal that is most likely greasy and eaten at an ungodly hour. Fast forward to wedding day where you spent all morning getting ready so all you had was coffee and maybe a starchy bagel. You arrive at the glorious event famished so you gorge on hors d’oeuvres and alcoholic beverages. You pick at your lame and tasteless chicken or fish or for us veggies, cold pasta, and you feel like a cow come the bouquet toss. Sound familiar?
Here are a few tips to keep your trip to, at and from the festivities enjoyable and guilt free:
CO Wedding Laws
14-2-109. Solemnization And Registration. Statute Text (1) A Marriage May Be Solemnized By A Judge Of A Court, By A Court Magistrate, By A Retired Judge Of A Court, By A Public Official Whose Powers Include Solemnization Of Marriages, By The Parties To The Marriage, Or In Accordance With Any Mode Of Solemnization Recognized By Any Religious Denomination Or Indian Nation Or Tribe. Either The Person Solemnizing The Marriage Or, If No Individual Acting Alone Solemnized The Marriage, A Party To The Marriage Shall Complete The Marriage Certificate Form And Forward It To The County Clerk And Recorder Within Sixty Days After The Solemnization. Any Person Who Fails To Forward The Marriage Certificate To The County Clerk And Recorder As Required By This Section Shall Be Required To Pay A Late Fee In An Amount Of Not Less Than Twenty Dollars. An Additional Five-Dollar Late Fee May Be Assessed For Each Additional Day Of Failure To Comply With The Forwarding Requirements Of This Subsection (1) Up To A Maximum Of Fifty Dollars. For Purposes Of Determining Whether A Late Fee Shall Be Assessed Pursuant To This Subsection (1), The Date Of Forwarding Shall Be Deemed To Be The Date Of Postmark. Same Sex Wedding Law: To Perform A Marriage In Colorado You Need To Be Ordained And May Be Required To Provide Proof Of Ordination Such As An Ordination Credential , Wallet Credential , Or A Letter Of Good Standing From The Church.