Giving gifts to your bridesmaids and groomsmen is a nice way of saying thank you for being there for you on your special day. You may be wondering what a good gift would be. This article will give you some tips for picking out the perfect thank you gifts for your bridal party.
Weddings will use a lot of materials, so when you are planning your wedding, make sure that you do things to support the green movement. Try to use a lot of recyclable items to limit the amount of waste that is created. This will help the environment tremendously and improve your conscience as well.
If you or your future husband have a great voice, one of the things that you can do is to sing a song at your wedding. This should be a slow song that you dedicate either to your future soul mate or someone that is looking down upon you at your wedding.
If you fear that people won’t want to give you cash wedding gifts as they don’t have a lot of money to give, include a “cash box” at the door to your reception. Guests are asked in the wedding invitations to bring their gift in an unmarked envelope, allow them to place it in the box anonymously and reducing any guilt they might feel.
The best photographs are candid, so try to have as many unposed photographs taken as possible. My favorite wedding shots are from my reception where guests, and myself and the groom, are laughing and having a great time. These are the memories you want to have for the rest of your married life!
Here’s a fun tip – practice your wedding kiss! You want to make it sincere and not sexy, not too short but not too long. NO TONGUE! Practice how you’ll hold your partner’s face, if you choose to, or where your hands will be otherwise. You only get one shot, so you’ll need LOTS of practice beforehand!
When planning a destination wedding you should find out how many people are willing to attend. You may think only a few can afford to get there, but it might turn out that most of your family has money put away for a vacation and they’d like to use your wedding as the venue!
Part of the planning for a destination should include checking out the typical weather for the time you want to get married. It’s not recommended to go to Bermuda during hurricane season, for example. Try to plan for a time where the weather is guaranteed to be sunny but not too hot.
Rent a venue, with lights that are capable of being dimmed, for your wedding reception. It may sound insignificant, but you are probably going to want to dim the lights for the first dance and turn them back up for the remainder of the reception. Ask the venue about this before committing to it.
As stated at the beginning of the article, giving gifts to your bridal party is a nice gesture of thanks and appreciation. With everyone’s tastes being so different, it can be hard to choose those “perfect” gifts. Hopefully this article has given you some great gift ideas for saying “thank you” to your bridal party.