There are those most treasured traditions and ceremonies that are a must-be in every wedding. They make a wedding real and everyone expects to witness them in order to achieve the intended expectations. Being such a memorable day, every guest wants to have their eyes on the new couple to see how they carry themselves. And you don’t want your guests to be bored just because there are traditions you’ve omitted in your ceremony. To avoid this, here are some of the ways that add charm to your wedding to impress your guests.
Some of the most adored wedding traditions include throwing the bouquet up for the flower girls to catch. This tradition has just been introduced and most brides have with time come to embrace it. Every bridesmaid expects the bride to toss the bouquet at some point of the ceremony especially during the photo session. In some cultures, flower girls consider this to be a fun moment where the one who catches it is considered lucky to be the next bride.
On the other side, guys also consider catching the grooms sash an interesting thing. You find that the guys have high hopes to catch the sash when the groom throws it up meaning that there would be a possibility of the lucky one being the next groom.
In most wedding ceremonies, you notice that there is a certain seating arrangement that is put in place for the guests. The VIPs are seated on the front seats and other guests made to follow. Mostly, the groom’s family is given the honor to seat on the right side while the bride’s family is sat on the left side. If you dare miss this tradition, then you will have spurred a talk about the issue amongst your guests. And you don’t want that.
Walking down the aisle is the most awaited part of the ceremony where all the eyes will be staring at the bride as she strides to the altar. The guests expect the bride to do it in a manner that they will love. It is good for the bride to smile to her family, long time friends and relatives that she meets on her way to the altar. She is expected to show confidence and savor every moment as she walks down the aisle with some soft music in the air, being keen not to stumble as this would spoil her best moment.
When it comes to the wedding reception, the most obvious thing to do is to seat in a particular arrangement as you enter. There is always a place preserved for the bride and groom, families, VIPs and the rest of the invited guests. The attendees consider this a tradition highly and if you miss it, then you will have caused confusion to your guests as they will be wondering where to sit and where not to. Some cool music, delicious dishes, drinks and other kind of fun are expected at the reception to raise the spirits of your guests. Other additions are kissing moments, dancing, toasting and a night party at the end of the wedding ceremony. You shouldn’t miss any of these traditions on your D-day as they are meant to make your ceremony worth the title “wedding”.