Published at Saturday, October 05th, 2019 - 23:35:57 PM. Wedding. By Viviane Dupuis.
8) Learn the lingo Nothing frustrates a baker, florist or bespoke dressmaker more than a bride who knows what she wants — but can t explain it. Use visual aids to translate your ideas. Tear out pages in magazines carry fabric swatches in your wedding colours. Come up with a list of keywords that are evocative of your wedding theme (romantic, modern, elegant, sophisticated, or retro). Learn to speak the language of your suppliers. Do you know the difference between fondant and butter cream icing? Can you tell a peony from a petunia? The ability to communicate will save you tons of headache (and unexpected surprises) down the road.
The awkward all-you-can-eat buffet is also on the way out. Classy, seated dinners encourage guests to connect over the dinner table as each delicious course is served. Classic southern faire is the most inviting, guests will feel right at home with the dishes they would have at a dinner party in someone s home. The venue is no longer the focus of the event as the special theme, good food and personal touches create the experience. Backyard relaxed weddings are catching on as well as the ever classic hotel reception that can be customized to fit each whim of the couple.
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