Professional advice, your big day runs smoothly

Professional advice, your big day runs smoothly

1. Do not send

Invitations beginning. Etiquette says formal invitations are to be sent there six to eight weeks. If we sent earlier, customers are usually lose the invitation or to change their plans, which. For last minute cancellations to use a “save the date” to let customers know about the wedding in advance.

2. Do not offer a choice of meals on the invited-tion. Serve dinner the perfect couple (but offer a vegetarian option). It is more gracious (not to mention logistically simpler) that orders weeks before the wedding.

3. Assign seats. Some brides and grooms want to skip work on the allocation of seats, but it often leads to chaos and hurt feelings. Take time to welcome guests, where (and with whom), it is more comfortable.

4. Do not “over-tinkering.” An element in the home can add a personal touch, but if a wife takes too much, too stressed to enjoy the day. Let the professionals take most jobs and fear.

5. Keep toast minimum marriage. The rehearsal dinner is a good time for others to take the microphone. Get up and dance on the big day, racing speakers, two or three, and let your guests to hold the event, and energy flow.