Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
Destination weddings may be gaining in popularity, but many couples find planning and financing a destination wedding difficult. On June 9th, 2013, WIBV.com released tips on how to break traditions to create a memorable wedding, and following this article, Do the Bride a Favor is giving tips on incorporating destination wedding elements into local weddings.
1. Think About the Details
Every memorable wedding focuses on small details. Planning a locale-themed wedding is no different. Spend time researching the desired locale, and add details from that area into the wedding. Purchase items from the region to showcase in the ceremony. Foreign artwork, ceramics, and clothing are just a few ways to introduce a destination wedding feel into a local ceremony.
2. Get Creative with Receptions
The reception is the principle area of a wedding in which the bride and groom can convey a feeling or idea. Get inspiration from the desired locale to create a one-of-a-kind reception. If a tropical locale is chosen, find flowers from the area and put them in vases made in the area. Creating garlands or other décor from tropical flowers and fruits is another way to interweave a far-away feeling into a reception. Find a caterer that is able to serve food typical to the region, along with appropriate fruits or other special food items.
3. Use Music to Set a Mood
To continue the far-away feel at the reception, play music from your chosen location. Some brides even hire dancers or bands that play native music to perform at their weddings and ceremonies.
4. Say it With Favors
Wedding favors are the perfect way to leave wedding guests with the feel of a destination wedding. Use inspiration sites and online sources to find a favor that leaves guests feeling like they’ve just been to a destination wedding. Personalized wedding favors such as a custom themed giveaway for guests or a small piece of regional artwork are both wonderful ways to give local wedding favors a destination wedding makeover.
Whether the wedding is large or small, everyone can create an event that transports guests halfway across the world by using regional goods and foods.
Do the Bride a Favor gives tips on how to incorporate a destination wedding feel into local weddings, including using native artisanal goods, serving food inspired by the locale, and giving favors that are appropriate to the region.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor is a website dedicated to discovering the newest and biggest trends in weddings and celebrations. We inspire brides and party planners to think outside the box when it comes to their events and gifts to make every party one-of-a-kind.