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– It’s all down to detail!
ceremonies are simply not what they used to be. Set patterns and
traditional format ceremonies are making way for unique, well
thought out wedding ceremonies that are tailored to the
individual needs of the bride and groom. However, whatever type
of wedding ceremony you chose, there are still some important
considerations when planning picture-perfect wedding ceremonies.
Wedding Ceremonies – The Timing
Time of year is fundamental. Not everyone wants a summer wedding, although
most brides and grooms tend to favour summertime wedding
ceremonies, which means that popular venues are likely to be
booked up, well in advance. If you are prepared to take a less
traditional approach, in terms of dates and times, you may find
that you have a much wider choice of venues.
These days, many wedding ceremonies take place in non-traditional locations
such as beaches or even underwater! Whilst it may be easier to
find availability for a more unusual venue, these specialist
ceremonies are likely to be more expensive.
Another great way of securing the venue that you really want, at a cheap
price, is to be flexible. Many locations now offer evening or
mid-week wedding ceremonies, at a reduced price. Getting married
at a non-traditional time is also likely to mean that other
costs such as transport, accommodation and photography are
cheaper. Overall, you can make substantial savings.
No two wedding ceremonies are the same and one of the best ways to add an
individual touch, without going overboard, is to create your own
vows. These need not be religious, and can often be more
meaningful and a truer expression of love than a traditional,
formulaic vow. Always check with the person conducting the
ceremony, as there are still basic requirements in terms of what
must be said and carried out to make the wedding legal.
Flowers and Music
It is the little touches that make wedding ceremonies special to the
individuals involved. Never underestimate the effect that a few
well chosen songs or unusual flower arrangements can have on
Try not to have a rigid idea about the type of flowers that you want.
Remember, flowers are very seasonal, so it is always best to ask
your florist for professional advice. Also bear in mind that the
flowers you chose should complement whatever theme you are
following. So, for example, if you are going for simplicity,
stick to simple flowers that are classic and understated.
Always check with venues for wedding ceremonies what sorts of floral
arrangements they can accommodate. Some venues will have limited
space and may need to re-use the area very quickly, so will be
unable to cope with large amounts of flowers. If flowers are
important to you, remember to check with the wedding ceremonies’
venues BEFORE you book or, failing that, request that you are
the last wedding of the day.
Thinking about the small things early on will make the big things happen, on
About the author:
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