Five wedding reception etiquette tips


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To make this distinct event more enjoyable and a big part of your memory you must have a great reception. Reception is an important event both for the husband and wife. In a reception both may have the last big get to gather with their complete families. To make this big event of your life appreciable you must prepare for it with all your efforts. But planning a reception can be very difficult as many conditions and factors affect the renovation of a reception. But there are five tips for planning your wedding reaction with ease.

1- Management of invitation cards

In any event, the most important thing is to invite guests. People are usually invited traditionally through letters or cards. Invitation cards are to be given to each family or a group of members. In an average wedding reception, you need to invite a minimum of three hundred members. This means you need to arrange lots of invitation cards. One of the most important things to manage is your budget. If lots of cards are bought, it may cost you a lot. To avoid wastage of money, you may need to dedicate one card to a whole family or a group of families.

2- Guests to be invited

It is very important to pay complete attention towards the magnitude of guests. Before deciding a venue you must have a rough estimate of the number of guests to be invited.

This can help you get to a venue where all of these guests can be accommodated with ease. 25 to 30 square feet for each guest is perfect to have because many other accessories like table, chairs and the stage may cover some space.

Wedding invitation template can be very helpful for you to invite your guests.

3- Wedding date must be initially investigated

It is very important to decide a wedding day. You must be responsible and active while deducing a wedding date. Many times there are chances of another event at that say.

There may be another event at the venue you decide or there can be any national event which can affect the traffic. These events can not only waste your time but can even make your struggle done for the wedding event worthless.

4- Nature must not be underestimated

Many receptions to occur under big canopies or tents. These types of events look much attractive but on other hand they can cost you a lot. First of all you must check the weather conditions. You must avoid much colder and hotter days. Another poor aspect is the interference of bugs. This can make your event poorer.

5- Dresses

A theme may be decided according to the weather or any other occasion. This theme must be followed by the guests to make the wedding more disciplined.

Author Bio:

Ilse Frank is the mother of two little boys and is an amazing wedding planner. She is obsessed with wedding traditions and all the customs. She regularly posts at www.temploola.com/.

Published by ExquisiteEmmalisa

I started blogging in late 2015 and it has developed since then. My vision is "To create a platform for ladies to find inspiration and pull thoughts, ideas and advice together whether it’s Beauty, Fashion, Travel or Reading I love to do Book Reviews & anything of SUBSTANCE."

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