A wedding needs to be about the people that are in love with each other and not about how much things will cost. The day should be focused on celebrating the love of the newlyweds. This piece can help you keep your focus on things that are really important.
If you have guests who are traveling to a destination wedding, make sure that you give them gift baskets at the hotel they are staying at. This will help to show the appreciation that you have for them for changing their plans and traveling to be a part of your festivities.
Be sure to have many drink options available at your wedding. Not everyone enjoys the same things and will be happier with a large selection to choose what type of drink they would like. When there is alcohol being consumed, be sure to keep hydrating drinks available, such as lemonade and tea.
If you’re already living with your spouse-to-be and don’t really need housewares for wedding gifts, ask for cash instead. If you include a cute little poem asking people to consider giving you a cash gift instead of something you can’t use, you’ll be saving them the time it takes to shop and helping pay for your honeymoon!
Wedding bands are a vital part of the wedding, as they help to signify the joining of two parties. Make sure that on the days leading up to the wedding and on the wedding itself to have someone who you can count on keep track of your wedding bands to ensure security.
When you are walking down the aisle, look directly into the eyes of your groom at all times. This will be a special moment that you two will share for the rest of your life, as you will want to see each other when it happens. Look and smile at your groom to make the best of the moment.
When photographing a wedding, you must be prepared! Don’t forget to bring extra batteries, memory cards and cleaning materials, for your camera. Think up alternate photography locations, in case the weather goes bad. Attend the rehearsal, so that you will have a good feeling for what will be happening and where you should be at all times.
Designer candles, jewel-encrusted candelabras, and crystal decor can add up quickly when multiple tables are used for the wedding reception or rehearsal dinner. To save money, purchase large, unscented pillar candles of varying sizes. You can then use adornments and embellishments from bulk craft supply stores, such as stick-on colored crystals or textured, sheer ribbons to tie around each of the pillars.
You can include some embellishments in your bouquet of flowers including rhinestones or Swarovski crystals! You can add some crystals that have been glued on, some costume jewelery, or an heirloom of your own. To avoid clashes with other parts of the bride’s wardrobe, ensure that the size, color, and cut of the stones are consistent.
As previously mentioned, weddings are about two people that are in love, not about impressing guests with a bunch of decorations. A wedding can be lovely due to the love shared between the couple. When you make use of what you have learned here, you will put the importance on the event and not on the props.