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What Makes A Memorable Wedding?


For hundreds of years, couples the world over have shared in the same toil. On a day like your wedding, most people will want to capture more than just the hearts of their guests, with the event of their lifetime living on in the memory of all who attended. To achieve a goal like this, there are loads of different tools available in the modern world. From small tokens to large-scale operations, any married couple to-be can create an unforgettable wedding, and this post is going to be going through some of the best ways to do it.


The Location: A lot of people consider the venue which they choose to be the most important part of their wedding. From traditional options like grand cathedrals to the quirkier places at your disposal, like farms and offices, people will get married anywhere, nowadays. Of course, though, it should always be somewhere important to you. One of the best ways to choose this part of your wedding is by considering places which have significance to both of you. You have a chance to be really creative with your venue, giving you the chance to snag something really nice, even if you’re on a budget.


The Ceremony: The ceremony you go through on your wedding day will often be based on the traditions of your homeland’s most prominent religion. Nowadays, a lot of people are taking a different approach to this part of their wedding day, going for a ceremony which they like rather than one which has be done throughout history. You don’t have to change this element of your wedding completely to make it special, though. Instead, if you’d prefer to stick with the normal ritual, like the symbolic exchange of wedding rings, you could look for someone important to you to deliver it.


The Vows: Writing vows is never an easy process, and a lot of people choose to go for something which boilerplate, sharing an experience with loads of other couples. With a little bit of preparation, though, it shouldn’t be too hard to put your own feelings onto paper. Your vows don’t need to be beautifully written, and they don’t need to sound like a poem or a song. Instead, as long as you draw them from your heart, they will be a lot more memorable than the normal experience people have. There are loads of sites around the web which can help you with this part of your big day.


The Breakfast: Once the ceremony is complete, events like this will typically change to a new location for a big meal for everyone to share. Food is one of the hardest things to get right when you’re hosting a lot of different people, while also being one of the easiest parts to remember, making it critical that you appeal to everyone. The easiest way to do this is through a simple buffet with options from a wide range of backgrounds. A lot of people make the mistake of going over the top with their food, and this can leave some of your guests feeling uncomfortable for this part of the event.


The Speeches: Along with food, people will also like to give speeches during the breakfast, and this is something which a lot of people struggle to get right. Some of your guests will be better at public speaking than others. It’s worth taking this into consideration when you’re picking those who will talk, even if tradition dictates that someone nervous should do it. Having someone bomb when talking will overshadow a large part of the event in some people’s memories, while also creating unpleasant ones for anyone who gets embarrassed.


The After Party: Of course, no wedding is complete without an after party, and this is the part of the day a lot of your guests will be looking forward to. It takes a lot to plan a successful do like this, though. Below, you can find some of the key elements you’ll have to put together if you want to create an evening which people will remember.



  • The Music: Live music is commonplace at wedding events, with a lot of people choosing this option over a DJ. Websites like can help you to find local musicians who are dedicated to attending weddings. Of course, this is something only you and your partner can decide on, though, as you should always go for the sound which appeals to you the most.




  • The Fun/Games: Most wedding parties are more than just a bit of time spent on the dance floor. Along with this, other little entertainment areas can be found, including activities like photo booths, basic crafts, or something a little more creative. The best examples of this can be found at weddings which go out of the box. The only thing you have to aim for here is fun!




  • The Drinks: It’s hard to avoid a little bit of booze at an event like this, and most new couples will want to spend some time reveling in their new status. Of course, though, too much of the stuff can make an evening quickly devolve into chaos. Companies like can help you to organise a bar which limits you guests to a sensible amount of drinks. This is one of the best ways to keep things under control without making it boring.



The People: Finally, as the last area to consider, a lot of people make the mistake of inviting far too many guests to their wedding day. It’s impossible to enjoy yourself when you’re torn between talking to people for the whole event. To avoid this, having a smaller affair will often make it a lot easier for everyone to take in the celebrations as they unfurl. Of course, though, like this other elements in this post, this is something you have to decide.


Hopefully, this post will give you all of the help you need to start working on your big day. It can be easy to go down the same route as everyone else when you’re planning a wedding, choosing the options which seem most popular. You only get one of these events, though, and it’s worth making it your own.


Planning a wedding in 2018?

It’s a start of a brand new year and the time when people are setting out goals for 2018, whether that’s doing a course, starting a new job, moving home or even getting married.

If you’re getting married in 2018 I imagine plans are well underway and if you’re getting married after this year you may just be getting started with it all. I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the amount of thought and planning that goes into having your perfect big day. From themed weddings, simple registry office affairs with a small reception to huge traditional no expense spared church weddings with a huge party with a tonne of guests… Whatever kind of wedding is perfect for you will require some kind of planning.

Wedding planners can take some of the stress away by taking over some or all of the planning and organising responsibilities and can assure a smooth process so there is less for you and your friends and family to have to do but in my opinion the planning seems like it would be the half the fun of having a wedding.

I love to plan parties and events, I always have done so the idea of planning a wedding sounds amazing to me, I called imagine me and my friends shopping for little bits and bobs to make it more “me”, from rose gold accents to monogrammed napkins, I would love to go out and shop around for these small things. I also think doing a lot of the planning and going out and buying is a really nice way to get friends and family members involved in the whole process rather than just having them turn up on the day to an off the shelf wedding. I know my sisters would love to take part in the whole planning process and I know we would have so much fun doing that together.

Online you can find an abundance of checklists and how to’s about the planning process and things you need to think about so making a little wedding plan book would be quite easy. The part I would look forward to the most as I said before would be shopping for the wedding accessories that will make the wedding Lucia specific so everyone can take one look at it and know that it’s something that screams me.

I want to think about all the things that I love, colours, flowers etc that I really like, rather than things that are popular right now so that when I look back in years to come I will always like what I see and not a passing phase that was plastered all over Pinterest at the time. I personally love classic and simple looking wedding as they really do stand the test of time. Me being who I am I think the hardest thing for me to decide on will be the dress and makeup and trying to create a look that I will be happy with and again will be forever beautiful.


Wedding memories and photographs last forever so I think creating the perfect memory with the people you love will make any day special, and will definitely be worth the stresses of choosing the right invitations.

All this wedding talk is making me at least want to attend a wedding this year… So to all my friends reading this.. Get a move on!