For restless page boys and flower girls, give them wedding bubbles to blow while at the altar. It will keep them occupied and the photos will be brilliant.
A woman can propose to a man in a leap year on February 29th. In Anglo-Saxon times it was considered lucky if a couple married in a leap year.
Have you thought about a weekday wedding? Or what about a FRIDAY. This may work out less expensive, and could give you the whole weekend to spend with your guests, especially those who have travelled from interstate or overseas.
If your flower girls are hesitant to walk down the aisle, a basket and flowers will do the trick. Place flowers along the aisle for the flower girl to pick up and put in her basket as she walks to a familiar face waiting at the altar. If there is more than one flower girl having different color flowers could work.
Most photographers are hired to take only the main wedding photos, but what about the party photos? One or two disposable cameras can be put on each table for those extra memories. Make sure you delegate somebody to collect them at the end of the night. I’m sure you will have great shots to look back on.
Blue was thought to promote purity and fidelity. Brides these days usually wear a blue garter.
Ask your family and friends to gather fresh flowers from their gardens to make a sacred circle or ceremonial circle. This is an area that the bride and groom and the wedding party will stand for the ceremony with the celebrant. It can be made the shape of a heart or can even be drawn in sand for a beach ceremony.
A wedding gown could cost you thousands of dollars. To stretch your dollars further why not look around for something a little different in one of the many classy boutiques. Add a hat or a veil; you will look a million dollars.
A ring is a symbol of unending love.
My love will end when the circle ends.
The Egyptians believed in placing the engagement and wedding rings on the third finger of the left hand. From this finger a blood vein traveled directly to the heart. This was known as the vein of love.
Listen to the words of a favourite love song, or even your wedding song and incorporate the words into your own vows or verses.