You could set up a fun photo booth! Till date, most weddings we attend have a long queue of guests waiting to congratulate the couple and get pictures clicked with them. How unique would it be to have a photo booth set up just for that purpose? To add to that, you could ask your photographer to add some funky props and accessories. While the photographer takes pictures, your friends could hold out the signs and create beautiful, long lasting memories. Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life goes for Ceremony Events & Wedding Planner. Whether indoors or barefoot on the beach, and the most romantic wedding you could ever imagine!
Welcome your guests with personalised welcome bags! It makes a person feel special and is the best way to make them a part of the whole celebration. So, make sure to add a personal ‘welcome’ note, maybe a miniature bottle of alcohol to set the mood for the evening. A small box of chocolate will add the finishing touch to your wedding affair.
A family tree chart including the friends of the bride and the groom! A big fat Indian wedding usually involves all the chachas, buas, bhatijas, all durr ke rishtedaars, friends of the bride and groom and other 200 people you actually have clue about. So, why not have a family tree chart that gets the conversation started by allowing guests to understand and know how each one is connected to the couple. Ask your photographer to click pictures you can go for Amanpreet Kaur Photography.
You could set up a fun photo booth! Till date, most weddings we attend have a long queue of guests waiting to congratulate the couple and get pictures clicked with them. How unique would it be to have a photo booth set up just for that purpose? To add to that, you could ask your photographer to add some funky props and accessories. The venue will be perfect if you take While the photographer takes pictures, your friends could hold out the signs and create beautiful, long lasting memories.
If you plan on having a palace wedding and the theme is ‘royal’, and your destination being Udaipur, then you can just kill it. You could have the guests arriving in royal vintage cars and welcome them in a traditional Rajasthani-style aarti. You can also have a few acts and performances presented by some of the best Rajasthani folk dancers and performers, lined up for guests.
If your wedding venue is situated at a far off place from the hotel, then you could book vintage cars for the guests to be accompanied to the wedding venue. This would be a unique way of taking the guests to the venue and the vintage cars would add that royal touch to the whole thing. Or, this may sound crazy, but if you want to notch up the ‘crazy metre’ a lot more, then you could arrange for a couple of parachutes and provide guests with the ultimate experience. According to the venue, your designer MadhuShree Sarees will give you best designs.
Plan a surprise
You could take a few dance lessons with your better half and you can involve a few of the family members and close friends in the act. Once the dance act is perfectly choreographed, you’ll show a few moves and take every guest by surprise. To add an ‘aww’ element to it, you can make a few kids or grandparents to make a cameo appearance.
So, it might happen that a lot of your friends from your long guest list may not be able to make it to your wedding. For those close friends and loved ones, there’s always social media to the rescue. How do you ask? Simple. You could ask someone to post live tweets from your wedding or livestream the wedding ceremony. This makes your loved ones feel a part of your wedding even when they are thousands of miles away! Fortune Select Trinity a decor will help you to decorate the best venue.
Yes, your folks back home may be expecting an epic wedding with the DJ and dholak in your city, but nothing beats a wedding weekend in paradise where everyone can enjoy an epic vacation. Whether you choose a beach or a palace, we want you to lock these little secrets in your wedding planning diary and whip out your magic for your special day.