Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
Prompted by the Jweekly article, “In this Case Two weddings are Better than one", Do the Bride a Favor discusses why two weddings happen and ways to prepare for the big day, twice.
Two wedding ceremonies might happen for a few reasons. It could happen for religious reasons. This may especially be the case when brides and grooms of different faiths come together. Traditional weddings might be held in respect for the parents and their faith in addition to a more modernized one.
Another reason is that the bride and groom may be from two different areas. Maybe the bride grew up and has family in a completely different location from the groom and having guests travel for a wedding might not feasible because of distance or timing.
“This may occur when family of the bride and groom lives out of the country,” Do the Bride a Favor added.
Holding two weddings is not impossible, but it takes a great deal more work than a sole ceremony. Receptions can especially be hectic especially when planning a menu for a huge group of people.
Do the Bride a favor suggests for brides to keep desserts simple. Cutting down stresses in any area really helps when planning two weddings. Having just cake as the dessert cuts down extra expenses and preparation. For favors, consider treats that can be done in bulk.
Sometimes, two weddings can indeed be better than one. Holding a wedding day twice, if properly prepared for, is a great way to bring wedded bliss to all of the guests.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor specializes in wedding ideas for the bride to be. We also offer great tips for unique gifts for your wedding guests. We hope that through our tips you can create a memorable wedding experience for the couple and their guests. Our goal is to inspire brides to think outside the box when it comes to gift giving.