Picking the right wedding invasion can be difficult, especially if you are planning a marriage in the near future. There are a lot of options to choose from and most people go into it blindly.
In order to help you make an informed decision, we have put together this blog that details all the different types of artistic wedding invasions and their pros and cons. Hopefully after reading this blog you will be able to make a better decision about what wedding invasion is best for you.*
I recommend the blog in question to anyone who is getting married, or who is thinking about getting married. If you’re getting married, you’ll be able to plan your wedding invasion more effectively. If you’re not, it will be interesting to see what weddings are like.
Tying the knot? Planning to tie the knot? You don’t need an invitation to start planning your wedding. In fact, if you decide to tie the knot without telling anyone, I’d prefer it if you didn’t tell me. I understand that these days most people need an excuse for a party and that a wedding is somewhat better than some of the other excuses out there, but I’ve been to enough of them that I’ve kind of lost interest in them. That doesn’t mean I don’t like weddings; I really do. It’s just that when someone tells me they’re going to have a wedding, my first thought is not “Wow! How cool!” but rather “When?” It’s not even my second thought; it’s my third thought, and it only becomes my second thought after I’ve had some time to reflect on how odd it is that it’s taken this long for them to get around to marrying each other unless they’re already married and they want to do
If you want to make it look like there are a bunch of people at your wedding, but don’t have the budget to pay a lot of extras, here are some ideas that might help.
1. Make a few wedding invitations for each guest. You can have them delivered, or ask each guest to mail them from home on their way to the ceremony.
2. At the ceremony, give out large numbers of inexpensive cameras (you can get these on eBay for about $5 each). Ask guests to take pictures and then keep their cameras with them after the ceremony.
3. At the reception, ask one person in each table’s group to wear a large button with an arrow pointing at him or her. People seated at the table will point at this person when they want to be photographed with their group. The same person should wear an extra button with “Photo-Op” or something similar written on it so that people understand what they are expected to do. If you get tired of posing for pictures, just switch buttons!
4. Collect all of your guests’ cameras during dinner and instruct your wedding party to take turns taking photos with them during dinner and dancing (this will help people get used to pointing at someone else instead of themselves). Then collect all
Creative, handmade decorations are a great way to add a dash of originality to your wedding day. There are many items that can be used to make unique and fun décor for your wedding reception; here are a few ideas that you can use to decorate your reception area. Using items like these will add authenticity to your wedding day, and allow you to build your own personality into the celebration.
Not every bride and groom is interested in adding their own touch to their wedding reception by using things such as handmade decorations, but those who do have all the fun. You can use handmade décor items such as lanterns or paper flowers in the same way that they are used in other places such as restaurants or even at other weddings that you attend.
A number of craft stores sell supplies for making both paper flowers and lanterns; this gives you an easy way in which to create these decorations without having to do too much work yourself. Another option for creating decorations for your wedding reception is using silk flowers that are available from craft stores; although they aren’t real flowers, they can look just as good when displayed with other handmade décor items that you might choose to use.
There are many ways in which you can use extra touches like these to create a special
Looking for the right theme for your wedding day is one of the most enjoyable parts of planning a wedding reception. But, there are so many choices that it can be hard to decide what to choose. There are so many different themes and styles out there that we had to narrow it down to some of the most popular ones.
Tropical – Tropical themed weddings are perfect for those getting married on a beach or in some tropical destination. The decorations and colors used often reflect warm weather and fun times. If you’re hosting a reception on a tropical beach, then you’ll definitely want to consider a tropical theme for your wedding day. Hawaiian – Who wouldn’t love to have a Hawaiian themed wedding? This theme is great for those who dream of sandy beaches and blue skies. It’s also great for those who want something exotic or romantic in their wedding decor. French – The French style is ever popular and always looks glamorous at any event. It’s all about classic elegance and timeless beauty, which makes it perfect for any special occasion! In this style, the focus is truly on beauty, whether it’s the decorations or the bride herself. Quirky – A quirky wedding definitely isn’t for everyone, but if you want something unique and fun that no one has ever seen before
I am a wedding photographer. I have photographed weddings for over 20 years and have been in the business of capturing memories for most of my life. I AM ALSO AN ARTIST! I am studying Fine Art at University, specialising in painting, printmaking and photography. I also work as an artist and make a living from selling my artwork.
Towards the end of last year I had an idea for a new project which involved me photographing a couple whose dress was made from their paintings. There would be no restrictions on their choice of images to paint or materials to use, the only guidelines were that they had to be happy for me to use the images for my portfolio or website (I provide this service free of charge).
I started by contacting all the local colleges and art groups asking if they knew anyone who was getting married that could fit my brief. I soon came across a group who were willing and eager to help me out! I contacted Christian and Claire (the couple getting married) and told them about my idea! They loved it!!! We met up with Christian and Claire at their home four weeks before their wedding date where we discussed ideas over tea and cake! They showed me some of their artwork which covered every square inch of their house! They really
There is an infinite variety of flowers which can be used to decorate the wedding party. Not only do you have to choose a bouquet of flowers, but also the groom and the groomsmen must choose their own bouquets. You may want to consider matching the bride’s bouquet with that of the maid of honor and then match the bride’s and the groom’s boutonnieres with those of the bridesmaids.
TIP: Try to choose flowers that are in season, as they will be more plentiful and tend to carry a lower price tag.
As soon as you decide on your flowers, it is important that you start investigating which type of container they are going to need to grow in. The flowers will be much happier if you provide them with the right amount of water, sunlight and nutrients, which will help them grow at optimum levels. It is also important that you bury their roots into the soil so that they will have something solid to grow their roots into.
If you have never grown your own flowers before, you should begin by purchasing a starter pack from any local gardening store or from an online source like Amazon . This kit will include everything that you need in order for your flowers to flourish including soil, fertilizer, seeds/