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This has been a hot topic lately. Couples pay a lot of money for picture perfect photographs of their wedding and sometimes it's hard for the photographer to get important shots because of the use of cell phones and tablets in the way. Hmmm.. Interesting read. How do you feel about your guest taking photos at your wedding? How would you feel if your photographer gave you a picture like this? Photo Credit: Rob Adams via Facebook
Loving the idea of using vintage luggage as your cake display! Jazz it up with simple fresh flowers and voila, your cake table will look amazing! ~Happy Planning
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Have you ever tried to figure out the order of who is to be seated first at the wedding when it comes to the bride's mother, grandparents, and the groom's parents? Well we're here to help!
Q: Who walks down the aisle first, the bride's mother or the groom's parents?
A: Here's the traditional rundown, but varies based on religion: After the ushers have seated all of the guests, the grandparents are escorted up the aisle followed by the groom's parents. Then the bride's mother takes her turn up the aisle. The bride's mother is the last to be seated before the bridal party procession begins. Dad will be walking his princess down the aisle for her grand entrance. :) Having a Day-Of Coordinator available on your special day will ensure that everyone knows when to walk the aisle. Stay tuned for more wedding talk!
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Happy Saturday to all of the planning brides! Today's blog is a quick Q & A on whether you should have a receiving line for your wedding. In case you do not know what a receiving line is, it's the traditional way for the bride and groom to thank each individual guest for coming to their wedding after the ceremony. It is traditional that this line include the brides parents, grooms parents, bride and groom, and bridal party (if there is room). Although this is the traditional line up, many couples choose to be the only ones in their receiving line.
Q: Is it necessary to have a receiving line?
A: Although a traditional receiving line is considered proper wedding etiquette, it is not necessary. The bride and groom should take the time on their wedding day to greet all of their guest. If you're going for the traditional receiving line, make sure this is done immediately after the ceremony, usually at the entry doors of your ceremony venue. A receiving line can be very time consuming if you have a large guest list, so be mindful of your time. If you choose not to have a traditional receiving line, visit each table at the reception and thank family and friends for helping you celebrate. They'll appreciate having a little "one-on-one" and the opportunity to offer you their best wishes. ~Happy Planning