By Manon Leveque. Wedding. Published at Monday, September 30th, 2019 - 19:39:36 PM.
If you want to see the same things that you have seen on your wedding day, then have a video coverage for it. Videos can see anything where it is pointed out without any compromise. However, you need to have a quality video to enjoy these so-called memories years from the time you got married. To have a quality video, is all up to the videographer on what he uses and how he captures the images and the sounds. How will you know you will be having the best wedding videography, here is how
Choose the song for your first dance and songs for specific reception events like the cake cutting and bouquet toss. Tell your DJ what artists and styles of music to feature or avoid, but don t micro-manage your DJ s performance. A professional wedding DJ can read the crowd and knows what to play and when to play it to keep the party going. More importantly, your DJ knows which requests will clear the dance floor and deflate the energy of your reception. You re paying for your DJ s knowledge and experience. Take advantage of it.
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.
Dirty jokes are definitely a big NO, in this kind of event. Wedding anniversary party is normally an occasion for the family, to make sure you do not upset someone, create a speech that is for everybody.
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