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Wedding at a Hired Premises
If you have opted for your wedding reception to take place in a hotel ballroom or hired premises, chances are, you do not have to spend time planning it. Because in most hotels, there will be a banquet manager or a wedding coordinator to help you with the planning of the wedding reception.

The wedding coordinator will provide you with the floorplan of the ballroom and every detail of it, advising you on where are the entrances and how you should enter the ballroom.

Wedding deco
Before signing on the dotted line to engage the hotel premise, the wedding coordinator will show you various of wedding deco they have done before, all this will be spread before you to choose from. If you are not satisfied with the wedding deco they have provided, you can ask for some slight customization at a small cost.

For example, you may not be satisfied with the centerpieces the wedding coordinator has shown you on the brochure, you can request the hotel to arrange your desired flower centerpieces in the way you have researched from a wedding magazine. Or perhaps you are not satisfied with the chair corsages they have provided and may find them too plain, you can request the hotel staff at a small cost to add some flowers on each chair thus making a big difference to the ambience of the room with a little touch.

Some of the hotels may not have in-house florist to help you with the customization, but you can ask the wedding coordinator for recommendations or engage one yourself. I would advise you to engage a florist that has been recommended by the wedding coordinator to take care of your wedding floral arrangements, because they are familiar with the hotel’s surroundings. With the experience and knowledge of working with the hotel before, the florist will better understand your needs and give you valuable advise on what works and what don’t work. You may even need them to make a trip to the hotel with you and bring along their past works, this will better discuss how extensive you want the project to be and how much it will cost.

 

Unity candle lighting ceremony
Let us enlighten you on the meaning of this wonderful experience

Types of unity candle ceremonies
There are different types of ceremonies suited for different kinds of wedding couples

Unity Candle Ceremony Example 1
Here's an example called “Let there be Light”

Unity Candle Ceremony Example 2
The Two and the One – A contemporary ceremony for lighting the unity candle

Unity Candle Ceremony Example 3
Celebrating the New Family – A ceremony for including children in the lighting of the unity candle

Wedding announcements with cards
The best bet is still good old fashion wedding invitation cards.

Wedding etiquette on writing invitaion cards
It is all about etiquette, from choosing the right font to the color of the paper.

   
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