Your wedding day is the most important day of your life and you want everything to be absolutely perfect. However, many couples forget small wedding details that is easily noticeable.
Below is 12 most forgotten wedding details you should know.
Booking a Hotel Room Block: If you’re having guests from out of town, make sure to set up a room block. Most hotels offer them for five or more rooms. With hotel room blocks, your guests will get a discount.
Vendor Meals: Vendor meals can be easily forgotten if there isn’t a wedding planner to coordinate it. Many vendors require meals in their contract.
Correct Invitation Postage: Square envelopes and certain enclosures can carry an additional charge. Make sure you have the correct invitation postage.
Asking Guests About Food Allergies and Dietary Restrictions: Be sure to make note of all the guests who have food allergies or are vegetarian or vegan. Provide a list to your caterer.
Extra Seats for the Ceremony: Take into consideration the fact that people do not naturally sit next to each other.
Event Lighting: Lighting helps to set the mood and vibe at a wedding. Lighting is the most important component to really ensure those elements look their very best.
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Have a Guest Book: Ask guests to contribute to a scrapbook by providing a Polaroid camera. They can take a selfie then pop the photo into a book and sign next to it.
Remember Bar Décor: The bar is a spot that most of your guests will visit a few times throughout the night, which is precisely why it’s a great place to add décor.
Set the Cake Table: Create the perfect setting for your cake by keeping décor low to the table so you don’t take away from your main dessert.
Pick the Right Chairs: Match your chair to your wedding style. For an outdoor wedding, consider using wood Chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind.
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Have a Game Plan for the Kids: If lots of kids will be attending, it might be worth it to hire a sitter or two for the evening in a nearby room with games, crafts and movies.
Plan for Bad Weather: If it rains and your ceremony is outside then you should have a plan. Many brides and grooms do not plan what to do when this happens to them.
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