Tips for Managing a Three Day Wedding

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The Do the Bride a Favor site released tips for throwing an alternative to the traditional wedding and reception.

Do the Bride a Favor today released their list of tips to help with planning a three day wedding. They provide a unique perspective on a planning a different type of wedding.

“Having a ceremony and celebrating with the family for a few days is becoming a fun trend. Nowadays, extravagant three-day weddings are not only for rich and famous celebrity couples,” Do the Bride a Favor stated.

A traditional wedding is more couple oriented.Three day weddings celebrate the couple and can allow for the couple's families to contribute in different ways. If a family has chosen to hold the reception, they can provide the food and entertainment at a lower cost than contributing thousands of dollars for only one big day.

Three day weddings are a popular idea for weekends. Do the Bride a Favor suggests checking places like hotels and resorts for deals. In a hotel, for example, there may be halls that can be set up with chairs and tables, and amenities like vending machines, and staffed catering service.

If you have a limited guest list, renting a luxury property for a weekend can accomodate your guests and the couple. Do the Bride a Favor suggests checking with the owners to see if the ceremony or reception can take place on the grounds. At the end of the night guests can retire to their rooms to find personalized wedding chocolates on each pillow for an extra touch.

For very detail oriented brides, planning a three day wedding can be a lot of fun. A regular reception may have a meal and maybe a little bit of dancing. But three day wedding events can be almost limitless in the amount of activities that can be done.

“Picnics and barbeques are great ideas for guests that love food,” Do the Bride a Favor shared.

For those who are more active, planning organized games like volleyball and team races can bring a very cheery atmosphere.

Why limit the joyous wedding celebration to only one day? Though three day weddings take a lot of work and planning, sharing fun activities with family and friends for a couple of days can also be a wonderful part of wedded bliss.

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Do the Bride a Favor specializes in unique and fun wedding favor ideas and news for the bride to be. We focus on cultivating a special experience for each and every wedding guest. We also research great gift ideas in general and candy opportunities.

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