Whether indoor or outdoor, modern or vintage, classic or rustic style, your reception is where to have fun with guests and express your personal touch. To set the perfect personal styles, as well as save budget, many couples choose DIY projects at their receptions, like lights, DIY wedding signs, centerpieces. I’ve rounded up these stunning wedding reception decoration ideas here, and you can also check the following reception ideas:
Amazing day captured by Brittany Ashton Photography! These photos speak volumes on their own but we want to give you the behind the scenes scoop of how the day unfolded. Keeley & Chris feel in love with the rustic charm of Vive la Ranch aka “the barn” on the very first site tour.
The weather was absolutely perfect for an outdoor wedding by the water. Just as the couple pictured their fairytale day.
Surrounded by there closest family and friends the vow, promises and rings were exchanged. And the celebration began!
Lots of fun for everyone at the outdoor photobooth.
From the first meeting with Becky and her mom, I had a great feeling about this wedding! It was going to take place at one of our favorite
venues, Skelly Lodge in Catoosa, OK. Becky was looking for Day of Services to help eliminate unnecessary stress for her, her mom, the wedding
party and family members. By the huge smile on this couples face I would say mission accomplished! It was so fun to watch as the two families came together and celebrated this sweet couple. Photos courtesy of Emily Hughes, Something Gold Photography (www.somethinggoldphotography.com)
Watch the highlight video created by Owl & Anchor Productions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFwvwVJd6hA
Yes, it’s your wedding, and your special daaaay. But you need to take other people into consideration as well. After all, a good host puts others needs front and center. Think about what you are asking. Is what you need the wedding party to do fair? Have you been clear about your expectations about level of commitment? Will your guests be forced to stand around for over an hour while you take pictures? Will they be comfortable in the weather or have you thought to provide bottles of water, fans, and/or wraps and heaters? Do guests know what to expect? Are you planning your wedding for a holiday weekend when most of your in-town guests wish they could get out of town?
Keep these little things in mind and also that, while it’s a day for you and your new spouse, it’s also polite and expected to remember the guests with whom you’ve decided to celebrate this amazing occasion.