Remember that you are throwing a wedding celebration and not a holiday party.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
With all the major holidays of the year it may seem that having a wedding celebration could be a bad idea. Traffic and travel would be a mess and guests might have plans on their own. With seasonal weddings increasing in popularity, Do the Bride a Favor proposes that having a holiday wedding might actually be a great idea and shared some tips on how to make the most of the date.
As a starting idea, choose a date that is as close as possible to the actual holiday. Do the Bride a Favor believes that way, a wedding can benefit from the deals and discounts surrounding the holiday without the extra hassle.
Do the Bride a Favor offers a gentle warning “Remember that you are throwing a wedding celebration and not a holiday party.”
The key to decorating is remembering that the holiday is in the background of couple's big day. Don't overwhelm the celebration with stale, cliché design choices like plastic reindeer for Christmas or pilgrim hats for Thanksgiving. Subtlety is important. Choose a seasonal color for the table cloth instead. A great advantage to choosing décor for a themed wedding is that if planning happens a year before the date of the wedding, holiday décor can be bought at a cheaper price.
One of the more interesting things about holiday weddings is creating unique holiday themed wedding favor. A Halloween wedding can have all of the “treat” of going door to door. For something a little different, We suggest the use of an assortment of different sweets you can find in candy machines like gumballs that guests will love.
Do the Bride a Favor stated, "Instead of avoiding a holiday-oriented wedding, why not embrace it? With couples looking to save money and the stress of a traditional wedding, we believe that the decision to celebrate a wedding around a holiday is a welcome and interesting change."
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