wedding. Saturday , August 19th , 2017 - 21:55:28 PM
The wedding ring, that most famous and instantly recognizable symbol of the (hopefully perpetual) joining of a man and a woman as husband and wife in the institution of marriage, has a long, wide spread and mysterious history. The meaning of the wedding ring can be traced back almost 5,000 years. It is said the wedding ring tradition was first originated by the Egyptians who some 4,800 years ago twisted plant material (such as hemp) into rings and bracelets.
Giving yourself more wedding preparation time allows you to order your cake, dress, wedding favors, flowers, decorations, etc. well in advance so that you don't come up empty-handed from last minute rushing. Allotting enough time also applies to your wedding ceremony and reception. Don't keep your guests waiting at the reception venue while you and your wedding party are taking hundreds of photos - consider taking a majority of the pictures before the ceremony and the all-important couple, wedding party, and family pictures after the vows have been exchanged.
Electricity is a must at an outdoor wedding so be sure that it is possible to run lines outside. Musicians for the ceremony will need to be able to plug in amplifiers and instruments. Sound disperses quickly outside and an instrument that would normally be able to be heard indoors will not be able to be heard outside. Electric pianos will need to be plugged in. A microphone will be needed for anyone singing as well. The person performing the ceremony should be on a microphone so that they don't have to compete with tweeting birds or traffic noises. The reception band or DJ will need to plug in multiple lines so be sure there is enough workable outlets for them.
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