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Quick Bridal Tips 7


Do's and Don'ts on your wedding
Anything can mess up your Wedding. Here’s how not to…

• Allow enough time for your friends to respond if you need their help on your wedding.

• Give gifts to anyone that has helped you during your wedding day as a token of appreciation, no matter how small the amount is.

• Instructions, instructions, instructions. Instruct your helpers what to do, it will be great if they can be present during the wedding rehearsal, they can be a great help to look out for blindspots.

• Thank them personally for their time and patience, many of them have to take leave off their work just to help you.

• Greet all your guests and thank them for attending or gracing your wedding dinner.

• Pay for attire and accessories worn by the bridesmaid and groomsmen.

• Arrange transport for your parents as well as the bride’s family. If you include elderly guests, that will be great.

• Open gifts in front of friends and family unless they insist on showing off their gift for you.

Announce in your wedding card that you prefer cash, it is understood.

• Forget to RSVP. If you are too busy, get your friends to help.

• Get drunk and start talking nonsense, you will regret it.

• Perform unnecessary stand-up comedy. You have honorable guests and family.

• Talk too much about yourself, share the limelight with the bride.


Wedding announcements with cards
The best bet is still good old fashion wedding invitation cards.

Initial food tasting of your wedding feast
If the food is really far from your expectations, you can be sure on your actual wedding day, it will be worst.

Scouting for wedding venue
Here are some points you may want to take note.

Wedding banquet or buffet? Which one?
Time to think about how long do you want the wedding to go

Unity Candle Ceremony Example 3
Celebrating the New Family – A ceremony for including children in the lighting of the unity candle

Types of unity candle ceremonies
There are different types of ceremonies suited for different kinds of wedding couples

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