wedding. Tuesday , August 15th , 2017 - 11:55:27 AM
Etiquette for announcing a second wedding is pretty much the same as for the first. It is commonly done by the couple nowadays but the parents can make the announcement if they wish. People who were not invited to the wedding should only receive an announcement after the ceremony.
Silver presents aren't the only thing perfect for this specific celebration. To make your day more meaningful and memorable, you can surprise your partner or a particular couple with a romantic present. Gifts which include an over night stay at a resort hotel, an intimate dinner for two at one of the best dining places in your town, or perhaps a cruise vacation to a prestigious vacation spot may truly be unforgettable.
Typically, after the ceremony, the ushers dismiss the guests row by row. Instead, you and your groom can handle this task. After you are pronounced husband and wife, you will still walk back up the aisle. The minister can ask the guests to, "Please remain seated, the bride and groom will be back to dismiss you from your seats". What I like about this type of receiving line is that your guests do not have to stand in line. They can remain comfortable seated. However, keep in mind that if you have an outdoor ceremony you may have to improvise. There always seems to be one very hot weekend a year where we live- 100+ degree weather. If your wedding falls on such a day and you have the opportunity to get the guests inside an air conditioned reception room - do so! I've seen several people over the years, pass out from heat either during or after the ceremony. Go to plan B and have the receiving line somewhere inside.
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