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Vendors

Grooms and Brides-to-be,

Below is a list of possible wedding vendor categories that you may need to contact for your wedding. There are over 90 vendor categories to choose from. Each category allows you to add unique and custom elements to your big day! Looking over this list can be quite exhausting but never fear! Kiss and Tell Weddings is here to assist you in choosing the categories that meet your needs. We will also be happy to discuss any questions you may have. Call today to get started!
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Possible Needed Vendor Referral Services
Accommodations
Ethnic Caterers
Photography
Airbrush Tanning
Favors
Pianist
Alterations
Financial Planner
Piano
Antique Cars
Flower Preservation
Rentals
Arches
Flowers
Radio Personalities
Attendant Gifts
Gourmet Coffee Carts
Realtors
Audio Visual Equipment
Gown Cleaners
Reception Sites
Babysitters
Gown Preservation
Registry
Backdrops
Gowns
Rehearsal Dinners
Bagpiper
Hair Salons
Restroom Amenity Baskets
Balloons
Harpist
Sandals
Band
Horse & Carriage
Security
Butterfly Release
Hot Air Balloon
Shoe Dyeing
Cake Designer
Hotel Welcome Bags
Souvenir Photos
Calligraphy
Ice Cream Carts
Specialty Linens
Caricatures
Ice Sculptures
Tenting
Casino Theme
Invitations
Travel Agency
Ceremony Sites
Jewelry
Trios
Chair Covers
Jugglers
Trolley
Chiavari Chairs
Lighted dance floors
Tuxedos
Churches
Limousines
Videographer
Comedian
Make-up
Vocalist
Costumes
Maps
Wedding Accessories
Custom Dress
Massage
Wedding Brunch
Dancing Lessons
Mortgage Services
Wedding Insurance
Decorations
Motor Coaches
Wedding Showers
Designers
Nail Salons
Wedding Themes
DJ
Off site caterer
Wedding Websites
Dove Release
Officiant
Wooden Chairs
 
  

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