Whether you’re the bride or groom, there’s a lot that goes into planning a wedding. And that’s not even touching on the fact that men and women have different visions entirely, when it comes to a wedding. Don’t allow the details to bog you down. Use the tips provided below to have a great wedding.
If you are going to have an open bar at the wedding, make sure that there is someone to monitor the people who are drinking so that no one goes overboard. Also, everyone who purchases alcohol should have to show identification to be served. This can limit any accidents at the wedding.
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!
Put a lot of thought into the seating chart that you create for your wedding. Make sure that the elderly do not have to travel a long way to get to their seat and that your family is close to you. Also, try to have the members of each family sit with each other.
Do not settle for the first wedding location you find–shop around. A wedding is a once in a lifetime experience that you want to make sure is perfect. Picking the wrong venue could be the difference between having the wedding of your dreams or having the wedding of your nightmares.
Treat yourself or another bride-to-be with a memorable, unique keepsake: a sculpted cake topper or paper sculpture of the bride’s wedding dress. Send in a detailed photograph of the bridal gown, and a talented mixed-media artist will replicate it using archival glue and acid-free paper. The creation will last for decades and can be easily displayed at the reception or in the home.
Ensure that everyone coming to your destination wedding, knows exactly what to do and where to go when they get off the plane. Provide them with detailed instructions on how to get to the hotel and then, how to get from the hotel to your wedding location. They should also have help in heading home.
Which is more important, having a wedding in the small venue you love or having a ton of people in attendance? It can be a hard decision to make, but remember that it is your day and that no one will be so deeply hurt by not being able to come that they would want to ruin it for you.
As mentioned up top, there is a stigma attached to weddings. Some people describe a wedding as a set of a thousand dominoes, all ready to collapse when the first one falls. Avoid disaster and the dreaded domino effect, by following the advice that you have just read in this article, if you happen to be planning a wedding.