A Medieval/ Renaissance-themed wedding may be one of the greatest excuses for a good time your guests will ever know. When else can you bring in jugglers and harpists, put your mother in a headpiece and draft your father as the “town crier”? Favors for this gala event are fairly easy to come by (or make), and often …

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You have the location, you know what you’re wearing and the menu’s been planned. Now how do you decorate that sparse reception room? And what would make a great favor for your guests? Before deciding on your actual renaissance decorations and medieval wedding favors, you’ll need to ask yourself a few questions. 1. Is your wedding …

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One of the more difficult aspects of having a medieval wedding is finding a suitable location. Look for old, gothic type churches, historical buildings, Tudor style homes or large open park areas or gardens. In a lot of cases though, you can make almost any location have the look and feel of a medieval castle or garden, …

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Location, Location, Location Finding a place to host your medieval or renaissance wedding can be tough — unless you happen to live in Monaco and people typically address you as “Princess Caroline.” For those of us that don’t fall into that category, here are some places likely to pay off: Local arboretums and botanical gardens The Renaissance Faire …

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