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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Keep The Guest in Mind When Planning Your Wedding

By: Joanne Faries

Now, back to the actual wedding service itself. First, if you are having all of your friends in the wedding party in full gown and tux regalia, then the ushers should also wear tuxes and actually haul people to their seats. I witnessed a lot of milling about in the church lobby, and ushers in street clothes standing around. No one was asking if you wanted to sit on the bride side or the groom side. It was chaos. If you are having a traditional wedding, then stick with the traditions that people expect. Once people are seated and the service begins, try to avoid too many readings from your bridal party.

Having someone clomp in heels from one end of the church to the other, to come up and stumble over some scripture is excruciatingly boring for your audience. You quickly lose your guests interest. We want to hear the "I do, I do" and "You may kiss the bride". If you have come this far in the wedding plan, then stick with tradition. You are now a Mr. And Mrs., and you and your family and bridal party should be in line to greet your wedding guests. I was amazed that this did not occur at this last wedding I attended. Grandparents were not introduced. Our family (this was a nephew getting married) did not meet the bride's parents. It was very odd.

The bride and groom went back into the church for pictures and the guests were left to stand around. There was no rice or birdseed thrown as the couple leaped into a limousine. There was no limousine. Again, if you are planning a formal wedding and blowing plenty of dollars, then rent a limousine, for goodness sakes. Once again, it is time to discuss the reception. Hopefully, you have settled on a proper time and your guests are not fainting from hunger. If you have planned this much, then go ahead and make the effort to create a seating plan. You should have the bridal party at the head of the room at one table.

Again, I witnessed no organization at this last wedding. If there is a buffet line, the wedding party should be first to go through it. Again, I was amazed to see the maid of honor at the back of the line.I have no food ideas for you. Food is very subjective and can be very expensive. Use your own judgment based on the amount of people you are feeding. You cannot please everyone, so be sure to choose food you and your new spouse like to eat. In regards to beverages, have water glasses and pitchers on the table. Otherwise, having sodas, beer, and wine available is a nice touch, along with a cash bar option. The alcohol factor is expensive and again subject to one's family situation and other social issues. That is your call entirely.

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