Jan 10, 2018

How to Create an Unforgettable Wedding


 Many brides make the mistake of creating a wedding that is all about them. It is true that it is your big day and you want it to be the wedding of your dreams, but if you truly want it to be an unforgettable experience, you have to keep the guest happy too. Use the following tips to turn your big day into something wonderful that everyone will love.

  The Perfect Location

Most couples immediately have an idea of where they want to get married, but be willing to make a few compromises along the way. An outdoor wedding can be beautiful, but keep in mind that older guests cannot handle rough terrain easily. The weather can also make the ceremony uncomfortable for all. Consider a venue with a beautiful view of your ideal setting. For example, Hiddenbrooke weddings  in California offers a room with amazing views over a golf course that gives the feel of being outdoors.


  An Experience to Remember

Don’t let your reception become a spectator sport. Involve your guests. You’ll be surprised how much fun you’ll have. Don’t make everyone sit through endless couple and parent dances. Start out with just two people on the floor, but have the DJ invite others to join during the song. Stay by your cake as guests come up to get a piece. This is a great way to make sure you’ve spent time with each one. Consider a photo booth or candy bar to encourage guests to mingle.

  The Food

You most certainly want the caterer to serve your favorite dish, but remember that not everyone shares your taste. Offer two kinds of meat, or if your choice is spicy, also serve a more traditional option. You may love Italian, but your dear, sweet uncle may not be able to handle the sauce. Nothing ruins a party quicker than hungry guests. Consider multiple flavors of cake too.
 Use these tips to still have the wedding of your dreams that is centered on you and your spouse while also making the guests feel like they are just as important as you are. These little details will make it an unforgettable day that people will be talking about for years to come.

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