When it comes to our wedding day, in the heart of our hearts, all of us want it to be successful and memorable. For us and our guests. It might be based around a single moment, a way of making your relationship legal and official; but we all know that it signifies an important turn in our lives.
But how do you make it memorable? Do you have to spend more than you can afford to, to do so? Is it possible even in small budget weddings? The answer to these questions can be found below.
Have a theme for the big day
Having a theme for any party can make it almost immediately interesting and memorable. We’re sure you’ve all heard of color themes; and they work great with weddings. But if you’re looking to make this day extra special and memorable, we suggest that you choose a theme that is a little off the norm. Apart from having the wedding party dress according to the theme, you can even ask your guests to dress up to suit the theme. Make sure to give them plenty of time in advance to prepare. And if possible, try and include your theme for your engagement invites https://www.lovestruckinvitations.com.au/engagement.html as well.
Change the way you invite them
Wedding cards are fast becoming a thing of the past. Sure, you’ve heard of save the date cards contact us here, where you send your invitations via email or internet messaging. But have you ever thought of sending out video invitations? Put your video editing skills to good use; or if you’re not too confident of your skills, ask your prewedding/engagement shoot photographer to help you out. Trust us, these kinds of invitations stick better to the memory, and are echo friendly as well!
Seating your guests in a unique way
In order to make sure that your wedding is memorable, you need to make every aspect of it stick to your guests’ minds. Have a fun way in seating your guests. One cute and quirky way is to slip in the table number in tiny glass bottles, and have them mixed and placed on some pretty settings. Ask each guest to pick one as they enter the venue; and sit accordingly. If not, you can even seat them after making them play a small game. You can keep your guests occupied until the bride and groom arrive, making them do “group activities” that are allocated for each table.
Tangible memories of the day
Door tokens are meant to be just that; a tangible token that will convey the bride and groom’s happiness of their guests’ arrival and sharing of their special day. You can make it interesting and memorable by making the gift something useful. Or something that can grow; like a plant. Useful door gifts such as scented candles, chopstick sets and even cute mini salt and pepper shakers are fast becoming popular. Just make sure it suits your theme as well.