By Deniece Jardin. Wedding. Published at Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 - 09:19:01 AM.
You will know what they look like well ahead of time. You can change the font, the colors or what ever you don t like. You will have one to hold in your hand so you know what to expect.
If it raining… And this is the worst situation of all (And Uncle Frank comes in here!!!), photograph the immediate party in the church (That is the Bride, Groom, Ushers, Bridesmaids and parents). Go to the reception, create a space and then focus on the families and all the guests. Get a high vantage point (Stand on a table) and get everyone to look up at you. Crop the image so that the surroundings can t be seen in post production…
1) Slow down After you have announced your engagement, and have calmed down enough to think properly, let the ring cool off a little bit and take time to decide what kind of wedding you want. Dream big. You can adjust your fantasies to reality later. Do you want a raging party for hundreds of people? A quiet family affair in the garden? Do you have budget limitations or family traditions you need to incorporate? Use this time to sort out what is important and what is trivial, before you get into the nitty-gritty details of planning your wedding.
A DJ/MC is one of the most important vendors at your event. Personality matters and first impressions are crucial. A DJ/MC helps to create the tone and atmosphere at your reception, so it s important that you check him or her out in person. Did they dress nicely for this first meeting? Were they on time? Did they seem professional, personable and friendly? You can even ask them to make an announcement. Do you like their voice? Do they have energy? Do they present themselves well?
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