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    Wedding Supplies & Services in White Lake


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    Business Listing   7-Eleven No 32888 - White Lake, MI - Phone: (248) 698-1845


    Business Listing   Carnival Tent Rental - White Lake, MI - Phone: (248) 698-6986


    Business Listing   Gin Mill Party Store - White Lake, MI - Phone: (248) 666-2280


    Business Listing   Graceland Party Shoppe - White Lake, MI - Phone: (248) 698-1070


    Business Listing   Haverhill Farms - White Lake, MI - Phone: (248) 887-2027


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    Helpful Definition for: Wedding Supplies & Services


    Wedding services in White Lake offer a wealth of advice for couples and wedding planners on the planning and execution of weddings. They can be advice on wedding attires and their accessories, cakes, wedding music and other details that make a wedding colorful. Their services include photography, videography, music, catering, wedding decorations and so on. They help one with details to a well-planned wedding thus making certain all details are taken care of. They assist in wedding planning services and supplies, while helping to maintain a personal touch to the entire ceremony thus making it a more reliable event.

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