I had the pleasure of attending a beautiful wedding at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in London and I just had to share some of the wonderful moments with you. I have always known that this is one of the biggest events you can have and so I thought I’d share with you some of the top tips I took away which I hope you’ll find useful for your own big day.
I now know that this is one of the most complex considerations when organising a wedding. Everyone that is attending is one of your nearest and dearest but inevitably not everyone would say the same about each other. Ensuring everyone is sat in a good position but equally sat around people they would enjoy it with is definitely a challenge. (Hopefully one that not everyone has to contend with.)
Having great relatives and friends around you that are supportive and understanding is the only solution I see to this but just remember that ultimately it is just because everyone wants to celebrate your big day as best as they can. (so whatever you decide I’m sure they will support)
These are the little details which can make all the difference and can help you put your own personal mark on your big day. This is also a great way for you to get creative and involve family and friends.
I was so lucky to be involved as I actually wrote half of the place settings (in one night). I also think it is a great idea to reduce costs as I know how expensive these things can be. By getting involved it also ensured that there was no huge impact on time (reliable friends and family members are key).
Don’t forget to let everyone capture their personal messages with you in a guest book. Depending on the size of your big day a guest book may be the only way which enables your loved ones to share their best wishes with you both.
What I particularly enjoyed about this day was I took a photo booth picture to add to my personal message.
The best part was, I got to take the picture with the bride and groom.
As always I captured just another bestie adventure so I could share it with you.
I’d love to know what your wedding planning top tips are, although it is the first one I’ve been involved with I’m certain it won’t be the last.