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** NurseyK ** Venue Options?

I know that you were mentioned that you were looking for backyards before deciding on a venue-
Have you looked at VRBO for vacation rentals with big backyards?

Like these ones?
http://www.vrbo.com/329800
http://www.vrbo.com/278292
http://www.vrbo.com/260512
http://www.vrbo.com/311992
http://www.vrbo.com/191271


I'm not sure where you are getting married though. But just an idea.

VRBO is a nation wide vacation rental site.

For anyone else that comes across this post- Have you known anyone that has used VRBO to find a venue?
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    edited December 2011
    I use VRBO for all my vacations :) I absolutely recommend using them. I have never used them for a venue purpose though.
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    cu97tigercu97tiger member
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    Lunar, that is a ridiculously good idea that I just may steal, if and when the time comes!! Some of those places look awesome!
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    We almost did a vacation rental in Costa Rica for our wedding, but instead we're going there for a family vacation (and saving a bundle on what an all-inclusive would have cost us).

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    SKP82SKP82 member
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    That sounds like an amazing idea!  And the wedding party or bride and groom or family could stay at the rental.  You could do the ceremony and reception at the same house!

    I looooove this idea, Lunar!  You are so creative. 

    ETA:  The only problem I can think of is getting to see the place in person before "booking" it.
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    lunarsongbirdlunarsongbird member
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    edited December 2011
    You'd also have to possibly book a tent, rent tables, chairs, linens, silverware- the works. I've thought about it before...and it still might be more cost effective.
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    Elle1036Elle1036 member
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    edited December 2011
    I love the idea of a vacation rental for a wedding.  I looked for some in the area we want to get married, but couldn't find any that didn't say "no parties" or have a very small max. occupancy list.  Why are the owners so lame???
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    edited December 2011
    I still say if she wants a destination wedding, my backyard is free.  We even have a pool. 
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    edited December 2011
    Hola.. sorry I worked today. Lunar, The first one I checked out says 6 night minimum... Last I checked it might be a wedding weekend, but not a week!? Thoughts?

    I've looked into ranches, his mom's backyard, and now a slightly-out-of-town golfcourse event side. We are in the middle of comparing (prices, bribery, effort...) No decision has been made yet... which means we still don't have a firm date set. Soon though... soon ladies!

     
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