Every bride wants to have the most spectacular wedding possible – impressive, comfortable and most of all fun. Though there is something to be said about having the power to do whatever you want on your wedding day, there are also some things that have to be done right, or not at all. Here are some wedding details you can’t afford to get wrong, or you run the risk of ending up like one of these guys.
This classic tradition is one that has been dwindling in popularity over the years because of questions about the well-being of the animals and the complications it can sometimes cause. Though some might be exciting for some people to get a sticky ‘good luck’ present from the birds landing on their heads, many of us would instead scream with terror at the idea of it making it to our wedding dress. Make sure to do proper research on how the process works and on the company that you choose if you decide to invite some winged friends to the celebration.
2) The Big Bow
Oversized bows come in and out of popularity over the years. Whether it rests on your head or on your back, it’s important that it’s given the merit it deserved. Big bows are just that – big. Don’t over-complicate your dress with other extravagant patterns or beading. If you want to add another texture, go with lace. The elegance of both elements balance each other, but otherwise, the dress’s fabric should be simple enough to ensure your dress doesn’t over-do it.
3) DIY Trinkets
‘Do-It-Yourself’ personal touches have become notorious in the wedding world because they can make the difference between a nice wedding and an unforgettable one. Nothing feels better than getting something personal from the bride and groom, or finding out the cute accessories at the tables were hand-crafted by the bride.
Here’s the thing: it’s hard to make pretty things. You run the risk of looking cheap if your creative endeavors don’t pan out, that’s why there’s a whole industry of people making those things for you! It can be stressful, and you don’t want to end up biting off more than you can chew by making your own details. Start simple and small, and get your inspiration from places that give step-by-step guides. Make your wedding the best day of your life!