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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Creating an Unforgettable Wedding




Weddings are beautiful occasions, no matter where it's held. For instance, Utah boasts of incredible venues to hold such special events. From the indoors to the outdoors, there is a place that will suit a couple's preference.

Indeed, weddings should be memorable times. People tend to forget, unfortunately. Even the couples themselves might have a hard time recalling certain details about their wedding as time passes by. But an excellent wedding photographer captures beautiful memories from beginning to end. And these photographs can serve as timeless reminders, fondly viewed by friends and family alike. But aside from great prictures, what other elements make a wedding stand out?

Beautifully Crafted Invitations

Invitations serve as windows to tease the guests on what's in store. The color and materials used here are a reflection of the motif and theme of the wedding. People often get excited with an invitation that is well put together.

Breathtaking and Accessible Venues

It could be from the most conventional or the wildly unorthodox. What matters is that the couple make the venue their own. Stunning florals, personalized decorations, and flattering lights are good accents to a venue. They make photographs more vibrant, too.

Accessibility is also important aside from its aesthetic appeal. Guests shouldn't have a hard time reaching the venue. If it is far, pre-arrange transportation. This is a thoughtful gesture coming from the couple to show that the presence of their guests matter. Also, it is advisable to house both the ceremony and the reception at the same venue. This would save energy and travel time for everyone involved.

Unforgettable Moments in the Aisle and Altar

Cue in the music. Open the doors (or curtains). The entrance of the bride must leave the guests in awe. This is one way to make a wedding memorable. The moments in the altar must not be anticlimactic, too. Have a good officiant that can relate to the couple, one who can weave an apt and compelling narrative to make the couple's story come alive to the guests. He should make the ceremony solemn and rich at the same time.

Short Transition between the Ceremony and Reception

The couple might want time to rest, freshen up, or take more nuptial shots. But, the gap between the ceremony and reception must be minimal. Long intermissions might not sit well with some guests. Some would be bored, hungry, or tired. Appetizers and cocktails should be served at this time, too.
Succulent Meals and Overflowing Bar

One salient element that would surely prove memorable to the guests is the food at the reception. The couple must make sure that everything is notably delicious. There should also be a wide variety of choices, while taking into consideration guests with allergies or food restrictions. And of course, there should be an abundance of drinks for everyone to enjoy as they pick their sugary treats.

A Good Dose of Entertainment

Liven up the reception with good music and dynamic hosts. Having versatile singers would indeed go a long way to adding some magic to the event. For after a solemn ceremony, guests would want a vibrant party. This is the best way to celebrate a new chapter in the lives of the couple.

The couple should make sure that each element adds up to the beautiful memories of the event. They who would be looking at their photographs the most, years and years after the wedding. Then, it would seem that their union was only yesterday.



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