Do something different for your wedding
It’s almost here, your big day. You’ve got so much to sort out: the catering, the invites, the wedding transportation. All that seems irrelevant though, because there’s one thing that’s dominating your mind, keeping you up at night.
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Do something different for your wedding It’s almost here, your big day. You’ve got so much to sort out: the catering, the invites, the wedding transportation. All that seems irrelevant though, because there’s one thing that’s dominating your mind, keeping you up at night. It has to be different, it has to be special, it has to be memorable. Everyone that’s attending has to remember that this is your day, this was your wedding. You know how it is, these sorts of things blend into one, this wedding, that wedding, all you can remember is a church, a white dress, some awful canapes, the bog standard rolls royce and a room full of people you vaguely know. There’s the faint recollection of your partner’s terrible drunken dancing too, but you’re suppressing that. It didn’t happen. It did. Not. Happen. That’s not good enough for you. You’ve found the person that you want to spend you life with, all those awful first dates and awkward breakaways are behind you and you’re in love. Surely that deserves something a bit special, something that every guest will never forget. How do you achieve that? Well, you have 2 real options. The first one is to go all in, to be totally different and unique. A church wedding? Everyone has been there, most of your guests will have done it enough to have entire wardrobes full of the T-Shirt. How about getting married in a country house instead? It’s certainly an impressive setting but it’s still a little average. A beach then perhaps; what could be better than getting married beneath the open sky and next to one of nature’s most beautiful wonders. It would be amazing, if the beach was how it appeared in the sunset and sepia stained lense of the movies. It’s not though. Sorry. Even if you can ignore the charming smell of damp seaweed and the vast impracticality of wearing pretty shoes when there’s crabs prowling about looking for tasty ankles to snip, there’s still one big, white, greedy problem. No, not the bride! Seagulls. Strangely enough, it’s hard to create the sort of romantic vibe that suits your special day when the backing music is the shriek of a hundred birds as they circle unsettlingly around the covered food table, their cruel eyes glinting with the sort of hunger that makes you wonder if this will be a wonderful moment for you two or a Hitchcock classic. There is another option though, one that is less likely to end in death, divorce or a guest appearance on Don’t Tell the Bride. Be different, be creative but don’t overdo it. Get a distinctive cake, find a venue with a cool attraction or arrive via an unusual wedding transport. Rather than trying to blow your guests away, make your special day stick in their minds because you got married by a close friend or by having you and your wedding party arrived in something wacky like a fleet of customized wedding rickshaws. Author Information: Chadwick is a freelance writer, who contributes to numerous blogs and websites, covering a wide range of topics about Alternative Wedding Transport. For more information: Visit Here
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