The bride tossing the bouquet at the wedding reception to her single female guests is a tradition that is centuries old. Here’s how to plan yours, along with some alternatives to the bouquet toss if you want to do something a little different.
The bouquet toss is usually done just after the cake cutting, about 45 minutes from the end of the reception. There is a lot of …read more
From the traditional to the unconventional, today’s Latter-day Saint wedding receptions are being held at all kinds of places.
Backyards, cultural halls, or local ballrooms and event centers will probably always remain staples for LDS wedding receptions. But untraditional venues like museums, art galleries, dinner cruises, country clubs, hotels, and restaurants are now becoming popular reception destinations, as well.
When choosing a location, weigh the cost, atmosphere, and what services are included if you book it for your wedding reception. If it’s an outdoor location, make sure there are backup plans in case of extreme weather.
Locations that specialize in doing wedding receptions (such as local banquet halls, ballrooms, or event centers) usually include…read more
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