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:
If something goes wrong on your wedding day, don’t freak out! My cake fell over on the way to my ceremony, and both the best man and woman were unable to attend. In the end, those people are no longer in my life and my new best woman was a cake decorator who was able to fix the cake. It will always work out!
Consider buying shape-enhancing garments to wear under your wedding dress. You can buy bodysuits which slim your legs, raise your bottom, flatten your stomach and boost up your bust, giving you the perfect figure to accent the beauty of your gown. They can be expensive but you can always wear them again for any occasion that warrants it.
Find out before your wedding ceremony when and where you are permitted to take photographs. Some venues won’t permit flash photography at all, while some officiants don’t want anyone taking photos while they are conducting the ceremony. If you find out the rules ahead of time you can plan out the shots you are allowed to take beforehand.
The most important preparation for a wedding is to expect the unexpected. When it happens, laugh it off and let someone in your wedding party deal with it. No matter what it is, it will be resolved, and you’ll look back and laugh at it someday. Really, it’s true!
It is okay to let loose at your wedding reception. Many people take their wedding day too serious and do not remember it is supposed to be a joyous occasion. When this happens, they look back at their special day with unpleasant memories. Laugh with your guests, and dance to upbeat music.
Consider getting married on a weekday. Most wedding venues are much cheaper to hire on weekdays than on weekends, and many venues offer couples specials deals on bar and catering costs if they book their wedding on a weekday. Just make sure that all your important wedding guests can get time off work to attend.
Try to plan your reception for the afternoon. Most people will drink less at this time, which can cut down on your bar needs. Lunch receptions tend to be cheaper than dinner ones because of a possible lower need for alcohol. That money can then be used for other wedding expenses.
You can use pastel and brightly colored lightweight tissue paper to create oversize buds and blooms for your wedding ceremony and reception site. Instead of using ribbon or twine, use clear nylon thread or fishing line to attach each bloom to the ceiling or door frame. The flowers will appear to float above the heads of guests and are both affordable and easy to construct.
If you are having trouble deciding when to get married, think about tying the knot during the wintertime. Try to plan your wedding around November or January so that you can avoid the high prices during the holidays. This will help to give you an inexpensive wedding that is beautiful too.
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.