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My fiancé and I are looking for a venue that can hold about 200 people. Our preference would be to have a bar on site and bring in catering of our choice. I'm noticing that most venues try and do their own catering and we don't want that. —Tracy
We are having a low-key cottage wedding where family and friends will be performing (kitchen partyish) so we don't want to do the DJ/Band thing. I'm not big on the idea of using random iPods and love the old-time feel of the jukebox. Can't seem to find any for rental---help?! Thank you. —MissKitty
I plan on getting married in Halifax and my father uses a wheelchair. My fiance and I would like to get married in a church (preferably Anglican) with a different reception venue. Does anyone know which churches/venues are wheelchair accessible? —Rebecca
I am looking for some ideas for a romantic, non-religious location for a summer wedding ceremony. Does anyone know of any beautiful old buildings or outdoor locations that would make good wedding ceremony locations? —Planning bride
Has anyone had any great experiences planning a "destination" wedding in Nova Scotia? Know of any picturesque locations in our fair province that have included a wonderful venue and helped with the planning? Let us know! —Stephanie Johns
I have no idea who to pick, if it matters, and what it costs. Please help! I just want a simple quick ceremony before my reception. I found the list of JOPs on the Nova Scotia government website. I guess I am just looking for other people to tell me how the booked a JOP. —Ash