Advice to Help You on Your Wedding Day

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If there is one day out of your life that could use the most advice, it would have to be the day you get married. Weddings are a beautiful elaborate occasion that may feel fanciful, but at the same time its reality at its best. Budget is on top of the list as always, but your wedding isn’t only about budgeting $40 dinner plates for you guest. Planning will help you capture all the incredible moments that happen at weddings. From tears to smiles, to “oops!” and “oh my’s!” a wedding is a lasting memory, and with the right people and planning it can be something to share with many friends and family for years to come.

The Right Pictures

All weddings should have a professional photographer. If you plan on having your niece who is in college grab her CoolPix and call it a day for your wedding, you will regret not having the artful compositions and mastery of lighting and exposure from a professional that will truly illustrate the mood and meaning of your wedding. There are certain shots that make up a great wedding album and are classic settings that you may of seen looking at friend’s or family albums. Top shots at weddings are: The girls getting ready, the bride getting in to her wedding dress, groomsmen, the cake, the bouquet, children,the wedding party in their bridesmaid dresses, the rings and of course the dances. Candid shots are always easily enjoyable they offer the beautiful realistic energy that can come from getting married or being at a wedding. Life is made up of memories and moments. Capture them with the help of the right person with the right equipment.

The Right Food

When people think of weddings, they think of dancing, food and drinks. Such a grand occasion is incomplete without them, so having the best meal that fits your budget is important to make it a memorable meal for you and and your guest its best to allow up to 40% of your wedding’s budget towards foods and drinks. You don’t want to serve cold sandwiches and potato salad on the most important and beautiful day of you life. A good place to start is where your wedding will be held. For example, settings near beaches are a common place to host a wedding. With its gorgeous landscape and infinite sky, the beach is a popular location. So it would make sense to consider creative plates with light tasteful fish entrees with tropical decorations that could include flora or tropical leaves. The protein option could be beef or pork cooked by open fire, such inspiration could be found from a Hawaiian luau.

The Music

Music has the ability to tap in to one’s subconscious and grab emotion where words could fail to do so. Having the perfect playlist is a must for you wedding. Music is the ultimate instrument when it comes to setting the mood. You can break it down to three catargories: The main dances, reception, and love songs.

The main dances are of course the first dance between the bride and groom, the mother and son, and the daughter and father. Sitting down with you dance partner and really considering what song will truly illustrate your connection will make your guests tear up in joy to see and feel the love between family, new and old. The song’s at the reception should be fun with a couple of love songs so that everyone has a chance to embrace their dates, loved ones, or wives and husbands. The electric slide has been done so many times at weddings. Be original. Think of songs relevant to your style and life. Love songs tend to be easier to choose. Motown and classic love songs from years past usually offer beautiful lyrics and lovely melodies that make it easy for anyone to fall in love all over again. One favorite is “Rock with You” by Michael Jackson, because its playful and sweet and usually everyone knows and loves that song.

Weddings require a lot of planning, but thinking in threes at first can help you not get all tangled up with the infinite options out there. Keep calm, and plan on!

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