If you have a sweet and treats table, it allows guests to pick and choose their treats they feel like, opposed to be forced to eat a pudding they might not feel like. Also after dinner some guests might be full and not feel like a sweet straight away, so by having a table filled with sweets and treats, guests can help themselves as they choose.
This is also a delightful idea for children, however, keep in mind you might have a few crazy sugar rushed children running around, so its best to keep the table semi supervised or create a treat table for children only and adults only.
From biscuits, to candy, donuts to platters – there is a long list of ideas, that you can discuss with either your catered, venue that provides this service and discuss options with your wedding planner if you would like to do this yourself. You can ask local companies to do snack sweet platters too which could result in more cost-effective options.
So you have a pet that you love more than anything in the world? And you want them to be apart of your big day which is truly special and amazing to animal lovers. However, there are some factors you need to keep in mind. You need to ensure that there is someone to keep a watch over your pet and this takes planning. You want to avoid any stress on the wedding day so if you have a great plan set in place then this is perfect. Someone needs to be available to take your pet out to the loo and manage their eating times if the wedding falls over a time period where the pet must have lunch or dinner. You cannot have your pet need to use the loo in the middle of the speeches and then yourself have to run out. So its advisable to have someone on hand to do this. Make sure you have your pets’ bed or blanket with so they can rest during the reception and have a spare bowl for water and food packed it. If you are getting married at a venue you need to ensure they allow pets and ensure you plan with them before hand to avoid having any upsets on the day.
Getting married with your best fur pet on hand is going to add such beautiful memories to you day and your photos are going to be gorgeous.
There is something about chocolate that is simply addictive. The smell of chocolate is enough to let anyone crave that yummy smoothing taste of chocolate.
Bringing the idea to a wedding venue is enough to make any guest crave chocolate. With a variety of fruits available and biscuits to dip into a warm dripping chocolate fountain. Let the chocolate fountain be the highlight of your wedding, as guests will be tasting and ooooiiing and ammmming and enjoying the simplicity of dipping snacks and enjoying them.
Ensure your chocolate fountain is set up in an area where there is no aircon, and always try to make use of the fountain indoors and always use a sturdy table.
For snacks to go with the fountain, you can have a variety of fruits, donuts and biscuits. Or have a few cups of fruit where guests can drizzle their melted chocolate.
A dog is a man’s best friend, so it only makes sense that if you have a fur baby that means the world to you, that you have the opportunity to include them in you big day.
There are some really cute ideas so that your furbaby can spend your wedding day with you, but remember having a pet at your wedding can be hard work too so its best to consider all the options before making your decision. We have put a few ideas and tips together for you to ensure your furbaby not only looks cute but it well taken care of on the day.
What can my your pet wear to look cute? Bowtie matching your bridal party wear colours. Doggy Jersey for the winter weddings which can be printed on e.g Dog of honour, Dog Man If your pet is easily trainable, you can have them carry your rings down the aisle, or carry a small sign that says “Here comes the Bride”
Tips to ensure you have no oopsies:
Ensure your venue/chapel is pet-friendly and allows pets Just like humans, your pet will be thirsty and hungry so make sure you have food and water and especially a few treats for your furbaby Pet sitter – you will need someone that will keep an eye on your pooch, and it would be advisable to get a sitter or a close family friend to take on the responsibility of your pet without you having to stress Travel – its best to consider having your pet taken home once the reception starts as this can cause stress for your dog especially when there is loud music playing.
Safety – If you have a pet that is not familiar with strangers and as much as you love him, he can be aggressive… avoid having your dog in uncomfortable situations. Make sure that if your pooch isn’t too fond of children that they keep their distance to avoid any problems. Test run the situation, get your bridal party together and try a rehearsal to ensure your furbaby is comfortable walking down the aisle and comfortable with their surroundings.
Every Bride / Groom needs their best friend, so it would only make sense to include your special baby. Not only would this be special, but the photos are bound to look cute and memorable.