Sometimes, couples want to try things that are unique and sometimes they don’t always turn out right.
One of my many jobs, as an event planner is to guide our clients and do everything I can to help make their wedding day special and run smoothly.
Make sure that they are reputable and come highly-recommended. There is nothing worse than having your florist, rental company or caterer show up late. When this happens, it creates a ripple effect and the other vendors have to scramble to get things done – this is when mistakes happen.
Normally, the parents, maid of honor, best man and the couple should toast on the wedding day. Most toasts should last from one to three minutes per person, with no more than two or three persons going up at the same time.
Couples who wait to see each other when the ceremony starts usually don’t enjoy their cocktail hour. Experienced photographers are great at planning the “first look” so that it’s special and poignant. Photographers usually choose a remote spot on the grounds with just the bride and groom. keeping it romantic and private.
Once all the planning has been done – don’t obsess over the details on your wedding day – enjoy the day.
Love the dress and her hair style.
Have a wonderful weekend.