It’s your wedding day. You’re about to say “I do” to the love of your life. Of course, you’re super-excited! After all, it’s the day you’ve been waiting for all your life. Indeed, you’ve done everything you could to make the day one to remember. You even visited TheWeddingSinger! James Barlow, your designated singer, is ready to rock the crowd. Apart from the entertainment part, here is a rundown of other ways to have a tailor-made experience at your wedding.
Sure, you can view a few videos on YouTube to get ideas of how a unique entrance should look like. However, it is your day so you can do it however you please. You can, for instance, decide to march from opposite corners of the park and meet in the middle before going on with your procession. Discuss with your planner on the best way to arrange your entrance so that it works for your needs and venue.
You don’t have to stick to the traditional way of arranging seats. Again, you can configure the seating whichever way you want as long it suits your style and that of your guests. Who said, for example, that you can’t mingle with your guest? Or, you can have the people in attendance surround you with their seats as you take the vows. Now, that’s genius, isn’t it?
Customizing your vows is one of the best ways to personalize your big day. You can move away from the traditional “I do” vows and tell your tale. You may, for example, narrate your courtship days and so on. The only thing to remember here is that both the bride and bridegroom must be aware of the vows and the details. Indeed, you don’t want to surprise your spouse with customized vows that he or she is not aware of. Better still, you can sing a song that both of you love.
You don’t have to stick to the conventional mode of dressing. You can shove the suit and gown to dress in a way that you like. Changing the dressing makes perfect sense if you have cultural attire with a specific meaning. Even then, choose something that the guests can understand. Or, try to point out why you decided to dress the way you did for the sake of those who may not know the cultural implication.
Design your invitation cards with a special message to make your guests feel special. Indeed, you want everyone invited to attend, and there is no better way to do so than to craft a phrase addressing the invitees directly. Don’t forget to include direction to your venue for those who may not be familiar with the area.
The Bottom Line
The more you make your wedding personal, the easier it is to make the day memorable. Be sure to include the help of your wedding committee to come up with unique ideas. Don’t be afraid to go out of the norm if that’s what it takes to personalize your day.