Published at Monday, February 25th, 2019 - 07:32:31 AM. Wedding. By Xarles Gasnier.
Dimming the lights after dinner creates a more relaxed atmosphere and will motivate your guests to dance. Determine the desired lighting levels during dinner and for dancing when you meet with your reception facility s coordinator. Consider lighting levels that will compliment any candles you plan to use. Ask that your lighting preferences be included in your contract. This is an important but often overlooked aspect of your reception. Lighting that is too bright will discourage your guests from dancing and compromise your DJ s light show. The best resorts and country clubs get the lighting right while lesser facilities pay little attention to this issue.
The choice of font should be complementing the design as well! So, more ornate styles would be appropriate for traditional cards and simpler forms would be more suitable for contemporary invites. Also, make sure the font you have chosen makes reading easy. Your guests should be able to access every bit of information provided, without much of a trouble.
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