We hope that we have addressed any questions you may have, but if you are still uncertain, please feel free to call, email, or leave a comment and we will be sure to get back to you!

Where is the wedding? How do I get there?
Locations, including addresses and maps, can be found on the Wedding Logistics page.

When is the wedding? What time do the ceremony and reception start?
The wedding will take place on Saturday, September 28, 2013. Please check your invitation for exact start times for the ceremony and reception.

Where should I park? Will I have to pay for parking?
Both the church and the reception venue have public parking lots for your convenience. At the church, please park on the southern end of the parking lot, closest to Plymouth-Ann Arbor Road. At Fox Hills, please follow the signs to the Golden Fox Clubhouse and park where convenient.

What is there to do between the ceremony and reception?
There will be a cocktail hour for wedding guests at Fox Hills between the ceremony and the reception. After the ceremony, please proceed to Fox Hills for refreshments and hors d’oeuvres.

What should I wear?
Both the ceremony and reception are formal affairs. Please, no jeans, shorts, or other casual attire.

What colors will the bridal party be wearing? Should I avoid wearing similar colors?
The bridesmaids will be wearing dark grey dresses, and the groomsmen will be wearing light grey suits. The bride, of course, will be in white. If you want to avoid being mistaken for a member of the wedding party, please avoid grey, white, and ivory.

What happens if it rains?
The ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception are indoors. In the event of inclement weather, we do not foresee any changes to the wedding day logistics. Pray for sunshine!

Will there be anything to eat?
In addition to the hors d’oeuvres served at the cocktail hour, we will have a plated dinner service at the beginning of the reception. If you would like to request a vegetarian entree or have any other dietary restrictions, please note this in the space provided on the RSVP card in your invitation.

Can I take pictures?
Due to restrictions put in place by our ceremony location, please refrain from personal photography during the wedding ceremony. Don’t worry, we will share all of the professional photos after the wedding! At the reception, please feel free to snap away!

Are the ceremony and reception sites wheelchair accessible? 
Yes, the ceremony and reception sites are both handicap accessible.

When do I need to RSVP by?
We request that all RSVPs be mailed back to the bride and groom by August 31, 2013.

Can I bring a friend?
Unfortunately, due to the size restrictions of our venues, we ask that guests refrain from including anyone that is not listed on the invitation. If you are still unsure, please contact us for clarification.

Are children invited?
While we love children, we ask that guests make alternate arrangements for children for the night of the wedding.

I’m from out of town. Where should I stay? 
A block of hotel rooms has been reserved for wedding guests at a local hotel. Please visit the Wedding Logistics page for more information on booking a hotel room.

Is there shuttle service between the hotel and wedding sites?
Update: For guests staying at the hotel, a shuttle will be provided. Please see below for times and departure locations.

From the Hyatt to the ceremony — shuttle departs at 4:00 p.m.
From the ceremony to the reception — shuttle departs at 5:50 p.m.
From the reception to the Hyatt — shuttle departs at 11:45 p.m. & 12:15 a.m.

I RSVPed ‘yes,’ but my plans have changed and I can no longer attend. What should I do?
While we are sad not to have you join us on our special day, please let either the bride or groom know as soon as possible. We can be reached by phone, email, or via our website.

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