Your wedding day will be one of the happiest days of your life, all of your friends and family joining you and your partner in celebrating your life together and the promise that you will make to one another. Organizing a wedding can be a stressful affair and there is a great amount of areas to consider, the cake, the venue, the dress, the suits, the invitations and seating arrangements to name just a few. Everyone wants to add some style to their wedding too and you can do exactly that with just a few small additions that won’t take a great deal of planning and won’t cost the earth. Let’s take a look at a few touches which you can add to your wedding day to give it even more style.
Stylish Car Hire
When I married my husband we decided that we would hire a sleek and stylish car to bring us both to the wedding and after first considering a sports car, we instead opted for a limousine. We checked out what wedding limousines Perth had to offer us and eventually settled on a company for our limousine Royalty wedding limousines, a great company with some beautiful limos which delivered us in style to the church.
After the wedding is all done and everyone goes to eat some beautiful food and hear the speeches, what better way for them to enjoy the party than to gorge on candy. Sweetie tables are a really cool addition to your wedding and you can make them look like a vintage candy shop. These tables look great at the wedding and let’s be honest, who doesn’t love to eat candy, whatever the occasion!
If you can hire a good wedding band for your after-party then you can really add a dash of style to your occasion. DJs are all well and good but to bring your wedding a little bit more character than music being played out of a sound system then you should look into getting a great wedding band.
You do not have to stick to the traditional church or hotel wedding for your big day, all you need is someone who is legally allowed to marry you and your partner and you can take the wedding wherever you like. Imagine getting married in a forest or on a boat or even a secluded island, whatever suits you and your partner is exactly how you should get married, not following tradition just for the sake of it.
There are no restrictions when choosing what food you will have for your wedding and you should make this a personal choice. I recently went to a wedding where the after-meal was a big barbecue, not exactly commonplace at a wedding but it worked really well. There is no reason why you should opt for food that you wouldn’t normally eat just for your wedding day, add a personal stamp to your food choices and your guests will love it.