Millie
Beginner December 2021

My wedding

Millie, on October 3, 2021 at 3:22 PM Posted in Planning 2 16
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I I want my wedding in Park City it's going to be on the 28th of December of the this year everybody has to meet him before it happens and I'm stressed out and I need everything to be planned and I'm freaking out

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Latest activity by Millie, on October 6, 2021 at 9:21 AM
  • Jasmine E.
    Rockstar May 2022
    Jasmine E. ·
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    Have you booked a venue yet? Most vendors are booked solid for 2021 and 2022, and starting to fill up for 2023. If you don't have contracts yet for this December 28th then I would not count on having that date.

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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
    Millie ·
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    I would love to have it but we're all the way in West valley
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
    Millie ·
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    Nothing yet
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
    Millie ·
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    Need someplace
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  • Hannah
    Master July 2019
    Hannah ·
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    I've seen several of your posts, and I don't know how likely it will be for you to find vendors for December 28th this soon out. Is there a reason you absolutely need to get married before the end of the year? If so, you can look at getting legally married and postponing the celebration or, if your state allows, see if a friend can get ordained and maybe do it in your home or somewhere nontraditional (I wouldn't suggest an outdoor park just because of the time of the year), but maybe there is a nice restaurant where you can hold a reception for your guests or something? How many people were you thinking of inviting?
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  • Jasmine E.
    Rockstar May 2022
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    There is a very slim chance you will be able to find anything less than 3 months out. In ordinary times, weddings take about a year to plan; with COVID, vendors are booking up further in advance than that.


    I suggest calling or emailing venues in the area where you want to get married. If they're already booked for December 28, you need to either get another date or settle for getting married at city hall instead of a big party.
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
    Millie ·
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    Thank you but no thank you if I can't have the wedding there I was thinking of an indoor wedding but never mind
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  • Cool
    Super July 2020
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    Park City is a huge ski destination. I honestly do not think you will find anything for winter 2021. I’m not even sure their courthouse would be open.
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
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    Thanks so much
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
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    I'll take it
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
    Millie ·
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    Where's it at located
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  • Jasmine E.
    Rockstar May 2022
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    Nobody here has suggested a specific venue to you. You have to do the work yourself. If the venues you want are not available, then that should be a lesson not to wait till the last minute to plan a major event like this.
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
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    May I ask to have you post them up for me so I can see them
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    Beginner October 2022
    Julia ·
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    Are there destinations similar to Park City? I would recommend making a list of features a venue must have, and then look at that list and possibly see if you can compromise since you’re trying to plan a wedding in 3 months. It’s not impossible, but as others have mentioned it’s a bit late in the game to get your top choices. Have you sent out save the dates yet or could you possibly change the date so that you can make sure it is exactly what you want?


    My only suggestions are that if it is a 100% must have to get married at a venue might be to see if you can hire a wedding planner who can recommend vendors who can accommodate or may have a special relationship and be able to squeeze you into their bookings once you find your venue. It’s also not bad to look at Airbnb’s that are open for events, but make sure message the host and read their guidebook and rules before booking. Most hosts say if they can accommodate an event, but this would be to accommodate maybe 30-50 people max. I doubt any home or estate large enough for a 150 wedding would be on Airbnb or available since it’s so rare. You could also look at elopement packages in Park City or similar places, most of the times they only allow you for a 2-3 hour slot (no reception- just ceremony, a toast or, and maybe some photos). They might have some morning bookings available since afternoon is going to be more popular and likely booked. Lastly, you could look at restaurants, it’s a popular time for both weddings and family gatherings, but perhaps there’s a local restaurant or venue you wouldn’t typically associate with weddings that could love the idea of holding a wedding there. Universities, outdoor shopping areas with lawns or patios, etc could be really nice. On a side note, my fiancée and I looked at the restaurant in Nordstrom’s (Bazille) as a reception venue and it was quite nice since they had a balcony and it’s not your typical reception venue considering it’s in mall on the second floor. Things like that could be open and a lot of fun and very unique. Best of luck!
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  • Rebelle Fleur
    Rockstar July 2021
    Rebelle Fleur ·
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    Try Splacer, Eventcentive and Peerspace for venues that may be available on short notice.


    I’d send out as many inquiries as you can ASAP.
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  • Millie
    Beginner December 2021
    Millie ·
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    Wedding is off
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