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Wedding Experter: How To Arrange Successful Your Wedding Ceremony

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You want the ceremony to be perfect and with all the other things you have to think about it can all be quite stressful.

 

But, if you get organized and keep on track, your wedding ceremony can come off without a hitch.

 

But How To Arrange Successful Your Wedding Ceremony?

 

Now wedding experter tell us one by one;

 

1. Know your flowers

 

2. Know your music

 

3. Know your post-wedding ceremony line up

 

4. Know your photographer / photographs

 

5. Know the logistics

 

6.Wedding attire

 

7.The growing popularity of destination weddings.

 

8.Jewelry

 

9.Theme weddings

 

10.Accessories for theme weddings

 

11.Where to buy wedding accessories and choices

 

1. Know your flowers - You are going to need flowers for the wedding ceremony, choosing local in season flowers are always a good deal.

 

 

You'll need flowers to decorate the pews and the altar, and don't forget flowers for your wedding party.

 

Bride's maid bouquets, used at the wedding ceremony, often double as the centerpieces for the head table. (It's a quick and easy transition and gives the bridesmaid somewhere to put their bouquet during the reception.)

 

Not just the bride, bride's maids and flower girls, get flowers.

 

The groom his groomsmen, fathers of the groom and bride along with any other special males attending the wedding ceremony, will need a boutonnière.

 

The mother's of both the bride and groom along with any other special females, attending the wedding ceremony will also need corsages.

 

2. Know your music - Discuss what type of music you want for your ceremony you'll need music for: when guests are arriving, the procession, and if you choose to, during the ceremony.

 

 

You may even choose to have music playing as guests leave the wedding ceremony.

 

If you're looking for something classy and low key you can often hire high school or university students to play your choice of musical instruments or sing.

 

Remember this music is separate from your reception and will add a nice personalized touch to your wedding ceremony.

 

3. Know your post-wedding ceremony line up: You will need to arrange a receiving line as people are leaving.

 

Make sure you choose an area with plenty of room which has an easy flow from the ceremony area to the exit.

 

Make sure your wedding party and others involved in the line know their place well ahead of time and don't be shy about having someone announce how the receiving line will be set up.

 

4. Know your photographer / photographs: You will want to document the whole day as the bride gets ready, the ceremony, the reception and of course the bridal party pictures.

 

 

You may actually want to consider also getting a videographer to preserve your ceremony forever.

 

Important things to keep in mind about photos during your ceremony; ensure your photographer(s) and videographer will be dressed appropriately for the occasion.

 

Although almost all photographers know this, it never hurts to ask them and make sure they look appropriate.

 

Make sure the photographer is aware of where they can and cannot be during the ceremony.

 

If you prefer a certain angle or want plenty of pictures taken during a specific part of the wedding, make sure your photographer is aware.

 

Remember there are no re-takes so make sure you choose someone you're comfortable with and can communicate with.

 

5. Know the logistics - Normally, the groom will get to the church or ceremony site with family or groomsmen and the bride will get there in the limo. You can work out whatever you want.

 

 

Just be sure that everyone has a way to get there and to the reception.

 

Ensure that any out of town guests have been given maps or instructions on how to reach the wedding ceremony.

 

If it's in your budget you may even want to arrange transportation for these guests.

 

Whatever you choose to do, make sure everyone involved in your wedding ceremony knows the details ahead of time.

 

6.Wedding attire-Wedding attire choices have become less traditional and more of personal preference.

 

 

According to bridal salon owners, the current trend for brides calls for sleek and relatively simple gown or dress style.

 

Favored are both plain yet elegant gowns or dresses and gowns or dresses adorned with crystal, pearls and lace.

 

Silk flowers are entering the scene as gown adornments too.

 

The major contributors to pulling away from the fairy tale gown or dress styles, in favor of elegant simplicity as being the preferred choice for brides, can be contributed to: 

 

Today's working, price-conscious brides who want to adhere to a budget, do not want to sacrifice style or beauty, but want a lot of value for their money.

 

7.The growing popularity of destination weddings.Brides appreciate that these elegant yet simple styles can safely be transported and look fresh and clean upon arrival at the wedding destinations.

 

From TODAY’S TMJ4

 

The trend for men has also become more casual, offering a choice of a dark suit, or dark pants with a white dinner jacket instead of a tuxedo.

 

8.Jewelry-Today's brides preferred to keep their and their bridesmaids jewelry to a minimum, choosing Swarovski crystal, classic pearls clusters and sterling silver necklaces, with matching sterling silver earrings

 

Fashion Woman 925 Sterling Silver Ring

 

 

The Star Design 925 Sterling Silver Earrings


Replicas of celebrity wedding tiaras, as well as tiaras studded with crystal and - or pearls are most popular. Many brides choose jewelry as their gifts to the ladies at the wedding party.

 

Wedding Tiara Bridal Princess Crystal Rhinestones Crown

 

Some give jewelry that coordinates with their attire. However, it seems that the trend starts shifting and in the mode of personalization and making each one special, brides prefer to give jewelry with the birth stone of the recipient. Bracelets are very popular.

 

9.Theme weddings.Currently, more and more couples are planning a wedding theme that expresses their interests and uniqueness.

 

 

Theme weddings, whether they are based on heritage, religion, tradition, historical events, hobbies and interests, destination or simply something both favor, are very popular.

 

Most brides and grooms find it fun to use their creativity planning a theme wedding as central point of both ceremony and reception.

 

Just like the color scheme, the wedding theme is evident everywhere. attire, invitation, flowers, entertainment, favors and even the linens and food,

 

The decoration,wedding accessories, the wedding cake or alternatives with their theme cake toppers, the table centerpieces and even the wedding favors speak of the wedding theme chosen by the bride and groom.

 

The most popular in the order of popularity are initials and monograms, the date especially if it is of consecutive numbers as mentioned above, personal heritage, seasons, flowers and butterflies, lifestyle and holidays.

 

Family weddings center around the children and becoming a blending family.

 

Thus, parents planning a blending family wedding, assure that their children will be a well-represented part of the wedding theme.

 

When age and ability appropriate, the bride and groom include the children in the wedding planning, with special participation in the ceremony, and inviting friends as well.

 

10.Accessories for theme weddings.Whether dictated by the couple's interests, background or location, the bride and groom like to have their photo album, guest book, unity candles, pen set, flower basket, ring pillow,clutch purse - money bag, garter, cake top, centerpieces, flutes and cake servers as well as their and decorations present their theme.

 

In fact, the trend is to have as many accessories actually match as a set or a collection, rather than just complement.

 

11.Where to buy wedding accessories and choices.There are many options for purchasing wedding needs, from attire to accessories.

 

The most obvious and traditional being bridal salons.

 

Yet, according to couples we interviewed, shopping on the Internet is definitely the most profound wedding trend.

 

Most went googling to find exactly what they want, often finding unique items they did not know were available.

 

The general consensus was that they do not know how they would have planned or pulled their wedding together, without the Internet.

 

Brides and grooms, as well as those looking for wedding gifts and bridal accessories for them, use it and find it easy, convenient and safe.

 

Quite a few interviewees said that they actually count on the Internet because they are just too busy.

 

Brides and grooms actually enjoy getting together, sitting in front of the screen, to read articles to get ideas and choose what they want.






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