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Real Weddings: Latoya & Rodney

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning. Latoya and Rodney were married at RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve on November 11, 2018, and we asked them to take us on a visual tour of their Autumn Wedding Day!Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

10:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Latoya and her bridal party began getting ready in the RiverCrest Bridal Suite, while Rodney was getting ready at home. The couple’s Photographer, Burkett Photography, & Videographer from EBE Talent arrived for some getting ready content.

4:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Latoya and her bridal party headed to the Patio Terrace at RiverCrest to meet Rodney and be married. Their ceremony was officiated by Rodney’s family pastor, Reverend Nathan Coleman of Bethel Baptist Church in Phoenixville.

6:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened at RiverCrest, and the Autumnal vibe was beautiful! High and low floral centerpieces adorned with burnt orange and cream flowers brought the whole room together. Amber lighting throughout the room created a warm, intimate feel.

We were able to ask Latoya & Rodney a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

Walking down the aisle together after saying our “I do”s as husband and wife for the first time.

What was it like working with EBE?

Everyone was great to work with and they were able to bring to life a drapery design that I really wanted for the ceremony and reception space, which turned out great!

What made you choose EBE?

I was able to get a package deal since they have so much to offer!

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Honestly, don’t stress! Just communicate what you’re looking for and your vendors will be able to make your day truly special.

Vendor List Recap

Venue: RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve
Photographer: Burkett Photography
Videographer: EBE Talent
Hair & Makeup: J Touch Xperience
Bride’s Gown: David’s Bridal
Groom’s SuitMen’s Wearhouse
Music
: EBE DJ Tom Hefferon
Wedding Cake: The Masters Baker
Florist: Risher Van Horn



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Real Weddings: Adrianna & Stephen

By | Blog, Event Highlights, EBE Real Weddings, EBE News

The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

Attorneys Adrianna & Stephen met while attending college at St Joseph’s University. During Adrianna’s last year of college in 2011, she told Steve that one day she would get engaged in the courtyard of Barbelin at St. Joe’s, as she always felt it was an intimate and romantic spot. Little did she know Steve remembered these details and proposed a few years later.

We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day with their amazing vendors. They celebrated their fairy-tale Cescaphe Wedding on April 21st, 2018 at Tendenza. Their wedding style was based on a woodland theme with tons of greenery, candles, and vintage books.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

7:30 a.m. – Getting Ready

Adrianna & Stephen both got ready in separate suites at The Hilton at Penn’s Landing. Adrianna had a slumber party with her bridal party the night before, which allowed everyone to wake up ready to go!

The couple’s Photography & Videography Team from JPG Photography arrived for some getting ready content.

2:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Adrianna, Stephen, and their wedding party were taken to St Augustine Church for their ceremony by the Cescaphe Trolley. Stephen and his groomsmen wore tuxedos from The Black Tux, and Adrianna’s bridal party wore mismatched pink, gold, and rose gold dresses from Bella Bridesmaids. Adrianna wore a Maggie Sottero gown from Bridal Garden in Marlton, NJ with Marchesa jewelry.

Their pastor, Fr. Mke Matveenko, and ceremony musicians were from Adrianna’s home church in Sicklerville, NJ. Both Adrianna and Stephen were raised Catholic, and making this sacrament was very important to them. They incorporated readings from the bible, a blessing to the Virgin Mary, and chose traditional music for their Processional, Hymns, and Recessional.

3:30 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

While guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a string duo from EBE Sydney, and an aerialist from Jewelz Entertainment during the cocktail hour at Tendenza, the newly-married couple took some formal portraits at St Augustine Church & the Merchants Exchange Building.

5:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened at Tendenza, and their guests were ready to party! Adrianna & Stephen were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur. They took dance lessons with Bianca Gatto & Tiffani Giosa of Chez Dance Studio leading up to the wedding. After their formalities, EBE Sydney was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Adrianna & Stephen a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

I am all about the details! I loved designing my gorgeous table arrangements and wedding décor with the help of Jackie from Beautiful Blooms and Jessica Hinds of Something Borrowed Philly, who provided gorgeous vintage pieces for our reception. Planning a wedding can be very overwhelming especially when Pinterest exists, but I loved that I was able to make my own ideas come to life for our wedding day.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

My favorite moment of the day was walking down the aisle to Steve and seeing him for the first time on our wedding day. I know it is totally cliché, but in that moment it truly felt like it was just him and I. You spend so much time planning flowers, décor, dresses, the cake, that you can sometimes lose sight of the true meaning of the day – to celebrate the love we have for each other and deciding that our story should be a forever story.

Did either of you have any “must-haves” for your wedding day?

We both absolutely hands-down wanted to have a band! We both love to dance and just have an amazing time, so when we found EBE and Sydney we knew that we would in for an unforgettable night!

What was it like working with EBE?

Total peace of mind! Nick Centrella (EBE Sydney’s Bandleader) could run a wedding with his eyes closed. He answered all of our questions and then some during the planning process. He also worked with my family to make very special and personal moments at our wedding day, which we are both so very thankful for!

What made you choose EBE?

They are simply the best when it comes to this industry. The talent, professionalism, and overall enthusiasm made our wedding that much better!

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Choosing vendors is a very time consuming and tedious process, but you are planning this very special day to celebrate the love you have with your partner. I know it gets overwhelming and frustrating, but taking the time to research and to get to know your vendors will absolutely pay off in the long run. Never be afraid to ask questions and do not wait until the last minute to try and book a vendor.

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready Location: The Hilton at Penn’s Landing
Transportation: Cescaphe Trolley
Ceremony Venue: St Augustine Church
Portraits Location: St Augustine Church & Merchants Exchange Building
Aerialist: Jewelz Entertainment
Cocktail Hour and Reception Venue: Tendenza
Photographer & Videographer: Joe Gidjunis of JPG Photography
Bride’s Attire: Maggie Sottero gown from Bridal Garden with Marchesa jewelry
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids
Groom & Groomsmen SuitsThe Black Tux
Music
: EBE Sydney
Florist & Decor: Jackie Kemp of Beautiful Blooms and Jessica Hinds of Something Borrowed Philly



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Wedding Registry Tips

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One of the most fun things you can do as part of your wedding festivities is add items to your wedding registry. Whether you hit up the store in person or add the items online, it’s always a fun experience. Before you begin your registry, take stock of the items you already own. If you do not already live together, you can use your registry as an opportunity to envision how you would like to decorate your home.

Don’t build your registry alone.

Both you and your future wedded spouse should provide input into the registry. You should pick out items together as well as both choose items individually that you would like to own.

Include items of varying prices.

Loved ones that will be buying you gifts will have different budgets. This will make your wedding guests feel more comfortable as they will find items that they can afford. You can include some pricier items for those that want to splurge.

Start it early.

As soon as people find out that you are newly engaged, they will ask to see your registry. Make sure you start your registry early, even if you add only a few items to begin with. The great thing is that you can continue to add as time goes on, right up until the big event.

Register at multiple stores.

Choose a couple of stores that can be accessed both online and in person. Not everyone that attends your events will shop online, so choose stores such as Macys, Target, Lord & Taylor, JCPenney, and others that are easy to shop at and are nationally known.

Check the return policy.

If you receive an item from your registry that you might not be in love with and may want to return it, make sure you become familiar with the store’s return policy on items. Some stores have a small window of time where they will accept returns, so avoid any stress by familiarizing yourself with each store’s policy.

Did you find these tips helpful when starting to plan out your wedding registry? If so, we would like to hear from you! Contact us to let us know! 


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Tips For Building Your Wedding Guest List

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When you are newly engaged and begin planning out your wedding guest list, it can be daunting to figure out who you should invite and who you shouldn’t. Your second cousin, once removed that you see once every 10 years? Your coworkers? Your best friend’s sister in law that you met at that one party and are Facebook friends? By following some tips, you can determine who should make the guest list and who you can leave off.

Your Immediate Family

What constitutes family? That varies for every single person based on the type of relationship you have with your loved ones. The best thing you can do is take a pen and paper and write down the names that come to mind first and foremost when you think of the word family. These people may be family by blood, marriage, or friendship. However you know them, family should be at the top of your list to invite to your wedding.

Your Extended Family

Next, consider your extended family. This could be uncles, aunts, cousins or the like. You may or may not be close with these people, but may want to invite them to celebrate this incredible event with you.

Your Friends

This is where a guest list can get padded if your friends list is long. If you have not spoken to someone in the last several years that you call a friend, it may not be a good idea to invite them to the wedding. Something else to consider is if your friends will be appropriate to invite to the wedding, and if they will make your event more memorable. Taking into account your per-person cost for each guest for your wedding budget should be taken into account when deciding which friends to invite.

Work/Office

Don’t forget to invite your work colleagues and bosses to your wedding, too. If you work with a large amount of people, think about the quality of relationship that you have with them. You do not have to invite every single person you work with, unless you want to, of course.

Taking the time to consider who you want to celebrate your wedding with is an important part of the planning process. It can be daunting, but working with your future spouse to finalize the list can be a fun process.

Did these tips help you to plan out your wedding guest list? If so, we would love to hear from you! Contact us to let us know.  


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Venues We Love: Reading Terminal Market

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Food lovers in the Philadelphia area are all too familiar with the Reading Terminal Market. Walking through the market, customers will find unique treats, meals, cookware, produce and flowers that will bring all of the sense alive. If your love of all things culinary travels beyond just the plate, you can bring your next event to the market directly and celebrate in style while experiencing a taste of Philly.

Photo by Jason Varney

If you’re newly engaged and looking for a unique location for a wedding in the Philadelphia area, The Reading Terminal Market is the place for you. With a central location across from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott, it is not only a special gem in the city of brotherly love, but conveniently accessible for guests as well.

One of the oldest and largest public markets in the United States, the Reading Terminal Market has been housed in it’s location since 1893 and is a National Historic Landmark. Some amazing vendors that provide delicious fare that we absolutely love are Pearl’s Oyster Bar, Fox & Son’s Fancy Corndogs, Little Thai Market, and Beck’s Cajun Cafe. This unique market is a staple in Philadelphia and is world-renowned. How cool would it be to get married there?!

The Reading Terminal market can house up to 4,000 guests for a single event, and guests will enjoy an after-hours experience while enjoying the fruits of the market. Events are held in The Center Court to create an interactive dining experience for your wedding guests.

The basic cost of the event covers a large range of services such as providing chairs, tables, linens, security, and, of course, the food! Given the option of creating food stations with the restaurants of your choice or allowing guests to graze at specific restaurants, the dining experience will be one that is hard to forget.

This amazing Philadelphia location provides the perfect backdrop for any wedding, and can be thought of as an open drawing board. It’s time to create a perfect event where your imagination in design is the only limit. Are you ready?

Lisa Hornak Photography

Cover & Feature Image: Swoon Over It Photography

Was your wedding event held at The Reading Terminal, Philly? If so, we would love to hear all about it! Contact us to let us know about your big day. 


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The Top 10 Songs To Avoid At Weddings

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Every couple wants to create a unique musical experience during their party that sets them apart from the rest of the newly-wedded couples out there. Creating an amazing musical experience for guests to dance their booties off to during the wedding reception is what every couple strives to achieve. Keep in mind that there are some songs to ask your wedding band to stay away from, as they are overplayed, outdated, and just downright boring.

Songs That Forces Everyone To Do The Same Dance

We know that you know them, but we will list them for you anyway. Just tell your wedding band to avoid them. Your guests will thank you.

  • Electric Slide by Marcia Griffiths

  • Y.M.C.A. by Village People

  • Cha Cha Slide by DJ Casper

  • Macarena by Los Del Rio

  • Cotton Eye Joe by Rednex

  • Cupid Shuffle by Cupid

 

Songs That Make People Cringe at Weddings from Cheesy-ness

  • We Are Family by Sister Sledge

  • Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry

  • Stayin’ Alive by Bee Gees

  • I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor

  • What is Love? by Haddaway

Overplayed Wedding Band Songs That Everyone Has Heard Way Too Many Times

  • Let’s Get it Started by Black Eyed Peas

  • Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey

  • Happy by Pharrell Williams

  • All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor

  • Sexy And I Know It by LMFAO

  • Sexyback by Justin Timberlake

  • Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice

Choosing the Best Songs to Play at Your Wedding with The Best Philly Wedding Bands

When it comes time to sit down with your Philadelphia wedding bandleader or DJ to choose songs that will be perfect for your event, select a few must-haves that you would love to hear at your wedding. They may be meaningful to your relationship in some way or tell a story that you would love your guests to hear. Allow the pros to give their input, too! They may have some great suggestions for songs to play that you may not have thought of before.

If you are ready to put together your song list and need some help, contact us to hear from the top wedding bands in Philadelphia today. We are happy to help you design the wedding song list of your dreams!


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Don’t Break The Bank On Wedding Flowers: Money Saving Tips

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Setting a budget for wedding flowers is a good idea, but sticking to it can be difficult. Depending on the type of floral arrangements you’d like to see during your event, the price can skyrocket pretty easily. However, with a little know-how, there are ways you can cut cost easily.

Don’t Be Picky

If you keep an open mind when it comes to flowers, you will save a lot of green. If you have a general idea of the vision you’d like to keep for your event, bring it up to your florist and ask them to give their professional opinion on how you can realistically stick your budget. The florist will most likely be able to keep your color scheme while suggesting flowers that aren’t as expensive and more easily accessible during the time of year that your wedding will take place.

 

Do It Yourself

With access to the internet, many brides are opting to create floral arrangements themselves by finding inspiration on the world wide web. Cutting wildflowers or purchasing flowers in bulk and placing them in mason jars on the tables is a cost effective way to add beautiful texture, color and style. In the long run, you will love the arrangements without having the regret of spending thousands on something that will eventually be thrown out. Make it fun by enlisting the help of the bridal party or family and friends to make the arrangements a couple of  days before the ceremony and party to check one thing off of the list that you will need to do to prepare.

 

Choose Big Blooms

Flowers that have big blooms will help couples save money as they take up more volume in the vase. Choosing a large bloom such as hydrangeas instead of tulips will give you more bang for your buck. Flowers don’t need to cover every surface of the event. Make it a point to only place them at strategic locations in the event space where guests will be spending the most time. These locations will create a strong visual impact to make the event space perfect. Consider using a tall vase at the entryway or smaller arrangements on the food tables.

 

 

 

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Real Weddings: Ryanne & Conner

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

HR Representative, Ryanne, and Third Grade Teacher, Conner, met in 2012 when they were both students at Lock Haven University. They were friends throughout college, and then Ryanne moved out to California for an internship. Conner flew out to visit for a week, and they realized it was the real deal… they’ve been together ever since! 

We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day with their amazing EBE Team Members: MC Jon Mulhern, DJ Audio Phoenix, and Drummer Rick Lowery. They celebrated their beautiful Harrisburg Wedding on September 8th, 2018 at Harmony Hall Estate. Their wedding style was rustic, woodsy, and DIY with a eucalyptus-inspired color palate.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

9:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Ryanne & Conner both got ready in the Farm House at Harmony Hall Estate. Ryanne was with her bridal party in the Bridal Suite, while Conner was on the first floor. Ryanne’s Hair & Makeup Team was curated by Liz Lesher, Stylist and Owner of Lush Hair Lab.The couple’s Photographer, Christopher Brittain, arrived for some getting ready photos.  

5:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Ryanne & Conner were married at outside of the Farm House at Harmony Hall Estate. Conner and his groomsmen wore matching suits from JoS. A. Bank, and Ryanne’s bridal party wore mismatched steel blue dresses from David’s Bridal. Ryanne’s dress, also from David’s Bridal, was a gift from above. Her Galina lace dress was retailed for above her budget, but she just kept trying it on. After deciding to splurge on her dream dress, she brought it to the counter and it rang up as $99!

Their ceremony music was provided by EBE DJ Jon Mulhern, which consisted of Vitamin String Quartet versions of 3 Libras, The Only Exception, and I Miss You. Ryanne and Conner chose a childhood friend of Conner’s, Richard, to act as the officiant for their ceremony. After they said their vows, the newly married couple and their Wedding Parties exited to Brandy by Looking Glass.

6:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

While guests enjoyed cocktail hour, the newly-married couple took some formal portraits.

7:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened in the main building at Harmony Hall, and the guests were ready to party! Ryanne & Conner were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Ferrari by Bebe Rexha. After that, the EBE team was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Ryanne & Conner a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

Booking with EBE!! Music was the MOST important piece for us!! Nothing else compared to the excitement we felt knowing the music was going to be amazing. We couldn’t wait to dance all night with our friends.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

Conner’s vows. THEY were AWESOME!!!

What was it like working with EBE?

From our very first call with Joel Aaron…he could hear it in our voice how much we wanted an EBE Wedding. We couldn’t quite budget for a band and they were booking up fast (cause they are amazing, duh!). We hung up with Joel, feeling upset because we had our heart set on EBE. We emailed him an afterthought and said, “What about your DJ pricing?” He e-mailed us back right away and told us to call him. We talked for about 45 minutes and he sold us on the MC/DJ/Drummer combo (DJ Live) which we were SO HAPPY AND EXCITED FOR. It was exactly in our budget and worth every single penny. (Conner has played the drums his whole life, so the drummer element was such an awesome addition.) Our guests are still talking about how cool it was.

What made you choose EBE?

My (Ryanne’s) cousin had a live EBE band at their wedding (Barcelona). I went up to my dad that night and said, “I want EBE at my wedding.” I wasn’t even engaged!! LOL.

If you could’ve changed something about your wedding, what would it have been?

I (Ryanne) wasn’t feeling well at one point and had to excuse myself for about an hour during the reception. I hated it because I seriously just wanted to be on the dance floor.

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Have faith in those you hire to do the job and go with your gut. I knew I was in excellent hands with EBE and when I wasn’t feeling well, they handled it so professionally by keeping my guests going. We picked up right where we needed to be as soon as I gave Jon the go-ahead. I SO appreciated that!

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready, Ceremony, and Reception Venue: Harmony Hall Estate
Hair & Makeup: Lush Hair Lab
Photographer: Brittain Studios
Bride & Bridesmaid Dresses: Galina Lace Trumpet from David’s Bridal
Groom & Groomsmen SuitsJoS. A. Bank
CatererKaren’s Catering
Music
MC Jon Mulhern, DJ Audio Phoenix, and DJ Live Drummer Rick Lowery
Florist: Plenty of Petals



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The Wedding Off-Season Is The Best Time To Marry

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Every year around the same time, you start receiving wedding invitations to fill your calendar in the summer and fall. Before you know it, the majority of your weekends are completely filled, and you are left with little to no down time for impromptu weekend getaways or to just spend time lounging at home binging-watching Netflix. While getting married in the summer and fall months are ideal for many, there are some great perks to getting hitched between December and March. Here are some reasons why we think getting married during off-peak season is ideal for many couples.

More Guest Availability

During the summer and fall months, many people fill their weekends with vacations, family get-togethers, and other weddings to attend. During the off-season months, many guests will have better availability to attend your wedding. Exchange that ice cream bar for a hot cocoa bar and you will be golden.

Amazing Photography

Residing in the Philadelphia area, we are no stranger to snow storms during the winter months. Although storms can cause a bit of a hiccup at your event, with careful planning, you can capture some breathtaking wedding photos by hitting the outdoors with your photographer.

Excellent Discounts

Because many wedding vendors are more flexible during the off-season, their rates are typically discounted. Many venues run specials for hosting events during the winter months, which can result in your dream wedding location at a fraction of what you would pay during the summer and fall months. Remember to be respectful and professional when discussing these discounts and do not demand them.

Better Honeymoon Rates

Many resorts work on the same schedule as the wedding season – increasing their rates in the summer and fall then lowering them in the winter. Based on your destination, you can receive major discounts or perks by traveling in the off-season to celebrate your nuptials.

Photo by Elena Bazini Photography

Getting married during the winter months isn’t for everyone, but those willing to can save major bucks on their event while basking in the beauty of the winter months. Did you find these tips to be helpful in planning your winter wedding event? If so, we would love to hear from you so contact us to let us know!




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Fun Ways To Include Kids In Your Wedding

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Children have the unique ability to steal the spotlight of the event in the best way possible… just by being themselves. If you have children in your life that you would like to be a part of your wedding, you may want to consider these ideas.

Wedding Roles

Giving your little love a title such as “junior bridesmaid” or “junior groomsmen” is an honor that they will remember. They can wear an outfit similar to the rest of the bridal party and participate in all of the events (except bachelor and bachelorette parties, obviously). If the child is a bit older, you can enlist them to make a DIY project to be displayed during the wedding reception or ceremony. If you’re looking for an alternative to the traditional escort to walk the bride down the aisle, you can request your child to be the escort. This job is especially sweet for blended families, as your child can symbolically hand off their mother to her new groom.

Flower Girl & Ring Bearer

These roles are often held by younger children and can be so fun to watch. Young babies can also take part in the role of flower girl or ring bearer with the help of a wagon to tote them along, or another family member carrying them down the aisle.

Reading A Special Passage

To include children in the ceremony, they can write their own special message to the newlyweds or select a special poem or passage from a book to recite to express their thoughts. Alternatively, if the young one is especially talented with a musical instrument, they can perform a song.

Get Them To Dance

During the reception, plan a special dance between the bride, groom, and children that attend. Not only is this extremely endearing to watch, but it also makes the kids feel special and celebrated during the party. Make sure you tell your photographer to capture these memories too!

Photo by Casey Rose Photography

Did you use any of these tips to include kids in your wedding event? If so, we’d love to hear all about it. Contact us to let us know!




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