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Watching massively popular weddings on TV like William and Kate and the Kardashians can make your planned ceremony seem a little too normal. Nobody wants a plain wedding. This day is supposed to be magnificent...and under budget. Use the tips below to plan a great wedding that you'll be very proud of.

 

When choosing what your first kiss in front of the priest will be think carefully. This kiss will represent your relationship before all that are gathered. Will it be soft, smooth, and compassionate, or will it be wild and risque? Make a decision that fits your taste, and doesn't go overboard with both sets of in-laws watching.

 

When you are planning your wedding, make sure to write down everything on a piece of paper. Like anything else that needs to be planned out, this is the best way to record your ideas and then "weed them out" later on. It's better to get your thoughts down first so you can see what can and cannot work.

 

The ceremony is an integral part of your wedding as this should reflect both your personality and the character of the person you are marrying. This will help you to individualize your wedding so that it is memorable and fun on your big day. Personalize your wedding for the ultimate effect. Also, never invite a monkey to backup the best man because the best man might revert to his primordial self.

 

Figure out your guest list before you do anything else. It is important to know how many guests you will have before you choose a venue. If you select the venue first, you may not have enough room for everyone to celebrate your special day. You want to have approximately 30 square feet for each guest that will be in attendance.

 

A memorable and distinctive trend in wedding decor is opting for vintage and aged wire birdcages in lieu of traditional vases and containers for centerpieces. Green mini-planters can be easily contained within a small birdcage, then topped with either fresh or silken flowers, leaves, and realistic-looking mushroom finches, which are available at craft stores.

 

It is important that you find out how many people can fit into the venue where you are going to have your wedding reception. Many times, people pick a venue that does not have enough room for all of their guests, which then creates an array of unnecessary problems. Also, do not forget how many hours that you have rented the venue for.

 

If you really want to have speeches at your wedding, keep them short. There is an award ceremony that limits speeches to four words, which would be a cute rule to have at your reception, but maybe too limiting. One suggestion is limiting them to just a few sentences, therefore no one gets bored and a large amount of time is not put into speeches. The priest, in particular, should be limited to reading a copy of this advice manual.

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