A wedding is easily one of the most memorable occasions in the human experience. The loving relationship at the core of a wedding has a great deal to do with its memorability, of course, but careful planning and hard work make a huge difference, too. Here are a few tips that can help make a wedding even more memorable:
Pick your wedding date to be at a memorable time in your life. For example, Valentine’s Day is a romantic time to get married and is also an easy date to remember. A birthday or other anniversary is also an excellent choice. This will make remembering the date easier if either of you are very forgetful! It can also give you a theme to work with like hearts or birthday candles.
Go for your dreams at your wedding! If you’ve always wanted to be a famous singer, why not sing a song at your reception? Is your dream to be an actress? Put on your own pantomime! This is your wedding, and it’s a day where nothing you do will be construed as wrong! Go for it!
Photographs that couples won’t think of can make their wedding album special. If you’re doing the photography, make sure to take photos of all the small things, including the rings, bouquet, invitations, program, tables, cake, food, menu, and lots of candids of the guests arriving. You can find more ideas in wedding magazines as their photography will be top notch.
Even if a wedding photograph looks like it isn’t what you intended, keep it, at least in digital form. Sometimes the bride and groom will see a shot that they love even if the photographic composition is lacking. The couple are the final say, so leave it up to them to pick and choose their favorites.
Brides who love fashion will perhaps want to add a dash of sparkle to their bouquet; think rhinestones, Swarovski crystals or even some diamonds. Crystals come in adhesive and heat-fixed varieties, or brides may choose to add pieces of costume jewelry or heirloom pieces to their bouquets. Use stones that are roughly the same cut, size, and color as those in your ensemble to ensure coordination.
Instead of spending a fortune on a wedding cake, get a bunch of mini-tarts or cupcakes. These arrangements are convenient and affordable. Those who were invited will grab them at will and consume them rather quickly as opposed to wrapping the pieces they grab in a napkin and forgetting it.
If you’re planning a destination wedding, don’t plan on getting any wedding gifts. Your guests will probably be spending around a thousand dollars just to attend, so asking for a gift on top of that is excessive. Let them know in their invitation that their attendance is enough of a gift for you!
Why not provide a tour of the area to the guests of your destination wedding? You can go along too and have a fun-filled stress relieving day with your friends and family. Everyone will be able to enjoy the trip and get to know the area you’re visiting a little bit better.
If you don’t know the language in the place, you’ve selected for your destination wedding, consider hiring a local guide to assist you. This will help you in all your wedding preparations as well as any tours or events you decide to attend outside your wedding itself. Your family may also appreciate it for any problems they might face.
Every wedding is special and unique – even more so than the two people whose union calls for the occasion. Many people contribute to a truly memorable wedding in ways great and small. This article offers just a few humble suggestions to assist the whole loving community of helpers that do their part to put together a great wedding.