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Small Wedding Details Your Guests Won’t Forget

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Small Wedding Details Your Guests Won’t Forget

While there’s no doubt you’ll remember every moment and detail of your wedding, your guests may need some extra touches here and there to ensure they have an unforgettable night, too! The process of planning your wedding is overwhelming, but taking a step back to consider what will help your guests have a good time will make your wedding that much more enjoyable for everyone! Because we are a top Lake Geneva wedding location, we have an excellent understanding of what it takes for a wedding to be successful for everyone involved.

Write Your Own Vows

If you can, take the time to write your own, unique set of vows. While traditional vows are never a bad thing, they are less memorable than if you’d taken the time to write them on your own. Think about what makes you and your partner’s love story so special and why you are so excited about spending the rest of your life with this person. This is sure to be a tear-jerker and a memorable moment for not only you, but for your guests as well.

Help Guests Stay Comfortable

Fluctuating temperatures, whether they be in your control or not, may make your guests feel uncomfortable. If your Lake Geneva wedding location is outside and the weather is cooler than you originally expected, you’ll want to consider adding heat lamps throughout the outdoor space. If it’s extremely hot, consider moving the ceremony itself under the tent, or have umbrellas for the guests as well as a water station set up nearby.

Try to Get a Moment with Everyone

Depending on how large your wedding is, you may have a difficult time saying hello to everyone individually, but this small interaction will help people feel recognized for coming to your big day.

At Abbey Springs, we know how important your wedding day is! Let us help you plan the wedding of your dreams. Contact our team today to get started.

Posted: 2/18/2020 3:26:10 AM by Nemec, Benjamin

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