For some of your guests travelling to Vermont may seem like a far away place. Introduce your guests to the state you love so much by telling them why you chose Vermont for your wedding weekend (if it is not already obvious!) and give them a list of fun things to do. Aside from a local map it’s a great idea to give some insider tips about breakfast, lunch and dinner spots (including whether or not they should expect a long wait for a particular location or can make a reservation) and suggest activities for different ages & physical abilities considering your friends with children as well as avid bikers, hikers and hard core shoppers.
Try to steer people in the right direction so they see the best of what your chosen location has to offer. For example if you are having a wedding in Burlington during Jazz Fest it would be great to give your guests a heads up or if there is a farmer’s market nearby you could direct them to it. Free concerts, museums, parks, wineries, pick-your-own blueberries/raspberries/apples, orchard-made cider donuts and much more are ripe for the picking. Find travel tips on vermontvacation.com.