There is often a debate about whether to serve beer and wine at your wedding. Some think it isn’t a wedding without serving alcohol of some sort. Some realize the expense and complication of it or are trying to be respectful to a family member or guests. Here are a few things to consider while pondering this choice.
Each year the winter break seems short. We are busy with projects (and I will post about that soon once I get a few good photos) plus farm life and maintenance never seem to sleep. Our first wedding of 2018 was such a sweet couple – they were perfect to start our year off.
It is always interesting to see various ways that our brides make their weddings unique. Sometimes this is decorating, sometimes it is their unusual sign in choices, sometimes it their timeline approach, etc….so let me share a few of them. This post will highlight the various ways brides choose to handle their Sign-In method.
In the good ole days – the only choice for a sign-in was a plain-Jane book to list guests name and their address. It is always exciting to see the fresh and unique ideas that come to our current weddings.
We saw signing of your name on a wooden heart that was then dropped into a glassed frame. Also a sign in of a family Bible where guests highlight their favorite Bible verse and sign their names in the margins.
A wedding ceremony has a few essentials; a bride and groom, a preacher or officiant to conduct the ceremony, vows of some sort stating their promises, sharing of rings, a kiss to seal the deal, and a pronouncement of the new union. Cut and dry – that is all that it has to be………and some actually want it as short and sweet as possible…..but some go to great lengths to make it more unique and more special. Let me share some of the interesting ceremony “rituals” that we saw this year.