Wedding menu cards are becoming ‘must-have’ in a wedding world. Let your guests know what choice they may have.
Useful Tip: If you do not want to add more costs, you can simply make one bigger menu card and place it in the middle of each table.
Having a guest book is an excellent way to remember who shared your important day with you. You can purchase a guest book by your choice or add a creative twist and let your guests to surprise you with something unexpected, like writing on a plate.
There is no rule stating that we need to have place cards, but it will help your guests to find their seats. Place Cards can be decorated to fit your wedding’s theme.
Useful Tip: Think outside of the box and create hand made place cards for your wedding! Add a personal touch to your special day and reduce some extra cost!
If you have a buffet on your wedding ceremony, it’s useful if you place cards with detailed info about what things are and what they contain. Some of your guests may be allergic or gluten and lactose intolerant.
5. Don’t forget Bridal Bouquet!
Let the bridal bouquet become the focus by setting it in a vase on the top table. It can be used as an addition to floral arrangements.
This is absolutely not one of the ‘must-have’ but it’s very much appreciated. Get something that reflects your personality and fits into the theme of the wedding. If you want to have unique and unforgettable wedding make on your own treats for your guests.
If wedding venue is hidden and it’s not easy to find it, you can guide your guests through the signs or placards along the route.
8.Children at the wedding
Children can bring some magical and unforgettable moments to the wedding ceremony, but on the another side it can turn to a running and messing around. If you are having a lot of children at your wedding, it is good to keep them entertained. In that case, you may consider hiring qualified nannies and set up activity corner in a separate room if possible. If your budget doesn’t allow it, you can ask the venue if there is extra room or separate area which parents can use if their children need some time away from the other guests or they need changing.
Be carful while choosing the food you would like to serve the youngest one. Most of the kids will eat mainly funny food such as mini pizzas, hot-dogs and french fries, so it would be good if you can spare some money aside for their little treat.
Make an impression with a spectacular dessert or cake! If you are not wedding cake kind of couple don’t feel obligate to have one at your wedding. Be creative and find your own alternative! We are suggesting cupcakes served in tower form, Candy Bar or Cookie Buffet.
10. Alcohol free drinks
Don’t forget alcohol free drinks at your wedding! Soda or mineral water is a good start but think outside of the box and offer your guests a special summer drink such as home made lemonade, fruit slushies and smoothies.