A Few Great Wedding Ideas

Making you wedding day as special and as memorable as possible does not require you to spend a fortune. By putting a little extra time and effort into the planning of it, your wedding day can be the one that stands out most in your guest’s minds for years to come. These are some of the things that you should consider…

- Unique Location / Venue

Getting married in the nearest church to where you live is certainly the most convenient option, but is it really the best option? You can pretty much get married in any location and in any venue, so your imagination is the only restriction. If you give your guests enough notice, they will come to wherever you decide upon, so do not worry about inconveniencing others. If you are history lovers then you could get married in a castle, if you are sports fans you could married in a stadium, if you are nature enthusiasts you could get married in a a forest, etc. Let your imagination run wild!

- Themed Wedding Reception

Basing your wedding reception around a theme will make it a lot more fun and memorable. Summer and love are a couple of popular themes that you might want to consider. If you think it sounds difficult to theme a wedding reception then you are mistaken, as it is really just a case of putting some extra thought into, and coordinating, colors, food, music, etc. Talk with wedding suppliers and browse through a wedding directory and you will soon find out that there are plenty of people who are experienced in doing this if you feel that you are unable to do it yourself.

- Friends And Family Helping Out

Your friends and family are willing and happy to help you in any way that they can, so why not give them opportunities to do so? Instead of them getting you a gift, instead ask if they can help in a more practical way. There are lots of jobs that they could do, such as driving the wedding cars, making the wedding cake, singing at the reception, etc. Taking this approach will give your wedding a much more personal feel. It also makes friends and family members feel that they are making a significant and memorable contribution to your special day, one that you will appreciate more than getting a new toaster or vouchers for a department store.

- Music With A Difference

Music sounds much better when played live, and so you should have as much live music, both at the ceremony itself and the wedding reception, as possible. Imagine how great a harpist or violinist would sound playing at your wedding ceremony. And, how about a small orchestra or a folk band at your wedding reception? Having live music is, of course, more expensive that hiring a DJ, but it is great value for money. You can cut costs if you want to though by hiring music students from a local club or university.

July 24, 2010 В· admin В· No Comments
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