Weddings are important and require a myriad of decisions to be made ahead of time. There are no specifically right or wrong turns to take when it comes to planning and going through with your wedding. However, research can prove to be useful in helping you set in stone the decisions you feel are right for you. The tips below are there to help point you on the right path to your happily ever after.
Give back to all who are attending the wedding, by making a speech towards the end, thanking everyone for being a part of your life. Most of the attendees at the wedding are integral parts of your history and deserve thanks for where you are at, the day of the nuptial.
Pick food for your wedding that YOU enjoy. Don’t worry about what your guests think, it’s your day to enjoy! The only thing you should consider, is if you were a vegetarian, then you should offer a few meat options to your guests and not force a tofurken on them.
Before you leave for your wedding, make sure that you have a solid breakfast that is filled with a lot of carbs. Typically, you will not eat until later on in the day and will be under a lot of stress, which can drain your energy very fast. A proper meal will combat a haggard feeling.
Think of an exotic location for your wedding to make it even more fun and memorable! You could hold your ceremony at a ranch and ride a white horse down the aisle, or have it at a wildlife preserve and have an animal bring the rings down the aisle. I wouldn’t recommend choosing a turtle for that job, though!
Have an unexpected twist at your wedding to make it more memorable. If you are planning to have your wedding during the summer, consider having a winter related theme. If your wedding is planned for the winter, you could try a beach theme. Guests will remember that your wedding theme was different from the actual season.
For some people the best part of the wedding is the planning. So go ahead, and knock yourself out, this is your moment! Go all out with invitations, with decor, with everything. You will find it may end up costing you, but you will end up happier because you made your special day exactly as you wanted it.
Choose your reception venue with the guests in mind. If your family is mostly elderly then you aren’t likely to choose a location with a lot of stairs, or a big dance floor. If you have anyone in your family who is handicapped then you should ensure that the venue knows they’re coming and will make everything accessible to them.
It is important to make the right decisions that you won’t regret making later. Planning your wedding is entirely personal and the decisions differ from individual to individual. Therefore, there are no right or wrong decisions. Apply the tips from the article above to help you feel that your wedding was a success with no regrets.