5 Tips To Create a Memorable Wedding For You and Your Guests
Planning your wedding is an occasion every woman dreams of. This wonderful celebration and unity of love should be represent the couple’s personality and style. As times change, brides and grooms tend to feel somewhat obligated to hold on to old-school traditions. Why not compromise by merging tradition with new ideas? Here are 5 tips to make your wedding memorable.
The Wedding Dress
This is probably the first thing that comes to mind after your significant other pops the question. A dress should reflect your sense of style, taste and values. However, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot, royal wedding trends are running at fever pitch. In 2019, plunging necklines, long sleeves and a hint of color will be trends. Don’t be afraid to take chances with your tiara either! A bit glitter or floral decorations is a nice touch.
Touching on our earlier point on outdated traditions, couples tend to get “cookie-cutter” cakes (no pun intended) that seem over-the-top or extravagant. Add a personal touch. Perhaps you shared a dessert with your bride or groom on your first date? Incorporate some of those ingredients. Want to do away with cutting a fancy cake? Specialty cupcakes are a nice trend too.
Florals are always beautiful touch. We recommend going with more minimal vibes. Minimal yet on-trend looks keep your keep your costs reasonable. As an added bonus, guests are more likely to take them home. They won’t die as fast and they’re easy to place at home or in the office. Large, extravagant floral decorations tend to die fast.
The single biggest trend at the moment are photo booths. Photo booths let guests make their own favors with pictures of enjoying your celebration. With the advent of new technology, you can opt for a GIF booths, 3D Boomerang Booths or 360 Videos. Guests can print photos on the spot or share them instantly on social media.
We say this with a straight face but music can make or break the ambiance. Whether you choose to have live music or a DJ, make sure you have various beats for different stages of wedding. If you hire a DJ, ensure there are no surprises. Go over your playlist in advance. Take into consideration your friends and family and have something for everyone!