Some Factors To Always Consider
As it concerns the wedding planning process, it seems like there’s always a decision waiting to be made.Not coincidentally-since it is an essential factor- the majority of those choices revolve around establishing the optimal timeline for the day. The final arrangement you settle for will have an impact on your entire celebration. Being thoroughly familiar with this topic, we thought it could be helpful to offer some tips on how to pick up the best wedding ceremony start time…
Initial suggestions will be on most people favourite part: food.The choices related with the food you will serve at your wedding are some of the most enjoyable & satisfying decisions couples get to make during the entire process. It is important to consider the type of reception you will be offering your guests later on, before deciding on the ceremony start time. Do you imagine a laid-back BBQ by the sea- shore with the sunset as a background?
Do you envision an afternoon paella on the beach? A sangria and lemonade bar in a romantic mediterranean garden? Late-night dessert buffet & vintage Ice cream cart under twinkling bistro lights? The kind of reception been served at your wedding can help guide the time of day you choose to begin your affair.
2. Consider photos
Another thing to consider would be photo’s preferences. If you envision a sunset newlywed pic, you’ll probably want to begin your ceremony in the mid-to-late afternoon, so that you’re ready to take post-ceremony photos during that magical time of the day. The venue itself plays an important part also—certain spaces may offer better lighting at very specific times. A venue that looks stunning in mid-morning light might look pale and tired under the afternoon sun. That is why visiting potential venues with a professional wedding planner (and your photographer, if possible)before -hand is a great idea—a professional in the field will be able to tell you the pros and cons of different venues at different times of day.
3. Determine the style of celebration you desire.
Are kids welcomed at your wedding, or is it an all-adult event? If you’re hosting a family-friendly wedding with many kids attending, you’ll want to start earlier in the day. If you’re dreaming about a lively dance party until the early hours where cocktails keep flowing, you’ll want a ceremony that starts, at the earliest, in the late afternoon.
4.The all important logistics.
Ask your venue if they’re hosting another on-site wedding that day, find out if there are noise restrictions in place, become familiar with local ordinances, and whether or not your event has to end by a certain time. Google your event date and location to find out if there is any large-scale event taking place in the local area that day that might monopolise most of the local transportation alternatives or make it a stressful task for your guests to find parking…