wedding. Monday , July 17th , 2017 - 19:55:28 PM
After the wedding, send guests home with one-of-a-kind gifts such as personalized bottles of wine, or monogrammed flip flops. The final statement? A monogrammed thank you note arriving in the mail a few weeks later, reminding them of what a wonderfully romantic wedding they attended.
Once you have your wedding guest list set and the RSVPs are in, you can have some fun with seating. You want people to have fun, so create dynamic seating arrangements. Often, couples will seat their guests based on similar interests or age groups and, as a general rule of thumb, have an even number of seats so no one feels left out of the conversation. Also, strategic seating is important. Perhaps consider placing exes and divorcees away from each other. And always seat those party people near the dance floor, as theyre sure to get the party off to a great start and fun ending.
If you don't want to ruin your dress before or during the reception, some brides choose to take "trash the dress" photos a week or two after the wedding, when they no longer need to keep the gown clean.
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