Part of the charm in a destination wedding is that you can extend your celebrations over a few days. We held a formal high-tea-inspired brunch the day before our wedding. It was a great way for all our guests to mingle before the big day.
In 2018, my husband (fellow Eclipse musician, Nathan) and I had a destination wedding in a town called Ohaupo, which is just outside Hamilton in New Zealand. Given how curious I see our clients are about my own wedding, I’ve detailed here everything that went into it.
You and your loved one may share a song that reminds you of a significant time in your relationship. We’ve identified six potential parts of your wedding – throughout the ceremony and reception – where you can place these songs.
While you can opt for a straight-forward, essentialist approach, there is so much you can do creatively to use staging and lighting as tools to enhance your event.
Many brides will want to find a song that is reasonably untouched by every other bride out there. One that is well-known enough to be recognised easily but not so common that it’s the anthem of every bride’s wedding.
Do you ever need a song is just as exciting, sassy and dramatic as how you are feeling? We compiled some celebration songs (perfect for a wedding reception) that we are loving right now.