Your wedding day is the most important day of your life. Don’t skimp on the details, including the wedding venue, when planning a same-sex ceremony and fabulous reception.
Make it Yours
This is not the time to follow traditions blindly just because other people do. Instead, couples should focus on creating an event that matches their personalities and relationship. This advice pertains to everything from choosing a wedding venue to the wedding party and attire. Reinvent the event to make it uniquely yours.
Couples planning a same-sex ceremony usually come up with inventive alternatives to the typical wedding procession. For example, the question of how to walk down the aisle can be a vexing one, but it doesn’t have to be. Both grooms and brides might walk down the aisle together for a romantic start to the ceremony. Another option could be both members of the couple meeting at the altar from different sides of the room.
Planning what to wear tends to be a significant part of the planning. When following tradition, both brides and grooms might opt to wear gowns or tuxedos. Perhaps one wishes to wear a gown or tuxedo, and the other opts for different attire. It’s also possible to have custom attire made in order to fit unique personal styles. Just be you!
Bachelor and bachelorette parties are traditionally a major component of pre-wedding festivities. It is currently in vogue to host one big event together to celebrate! Weekend beach trips, a day at the spa, a baseball game, or even an off Broadway show if you are looking for something less traditional. And remember, Las Vegas is never out of the question!
The most important thing to keep in mind is that the individual wishes of the couple are met. If you’re interested in learning more about wedding venues, contact Bridgewater Manor today.