modern wedding

Thecul­ture is grow­ing faster every day. Hol­i­day agen­cies, which are now quite a few, in a com­pet­i­tive envi­ron­ment, are try­ing to come up with new chips that can attract future new­ly­weds to them. Some new­fan­gled intro­duc­tions gain pop­u­lar­i­ty, and with­in a short time become mod­ern­tra­di­tions.

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On-site reg­is­tra­tion is becom­ing more and more wide­spread. You can use the ser­vices of hol­i­day agen­cies that include such an item. Just imag­ine: a beau­ti­ful­ly dec­o­rat­ed arch or tent, you are in nature or on the seashore, guests in com­fort­able shoes. After reg­is­tra­tion, you can invite guests to go to the buf­fet table while the new­ly­weds are doing a pho­to ses­sion. Many restau­rants offer cater­ing — this means that the ban­quet will be off­site, for exam­ple, on a yacht or in nature.

At ain a mod­ern style, if the fam­i­ly bud­get allows, a can­dy bar is often installed. This is a neat­ly served and dec­o­rat­ed in a cer­tain style buf­fet table with var­i­ous sweets. Mar­malade, choco­late, mac­a­roons, dragees, marsh­mal­lows, dec­o­rat­ed with design­er acces­sories. Such a sweet bar will per­fect­ly fit into the atmos­phere of your cel­e­bra­tion in a mod­ern style.

You can orga­nize a themed inte­ri­or pho­to cor­ner for a mod­ern­dec­o­ra­tion. For exam­ple, if youris going to be Tiffany style, then dec­o­rate the pho­to zone in turquoise and lilac tones and pre­pare var­i­ous acces­sories so that guests can take mem­o­rable pho­tos. Also now for the new­ly­weds, spe­cial carved ply­wood inscrip­tions are made to order, for exam­ple, “Mr. and Mrs. Sidorov”.

Hand-made design ele­ments also came into fash­ion. For exam­ple, more and more often you can see mod­ern hand-madein­vi­ta­tions designed in a com­mon­theme. Such invi­ta­tions can be dec­o­rat­ed with feath­ers, rhine­stones, var­i­ous rib­bons, beads.

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By the way, today many brides refuse the tra­di­tion­al ran­som in favor of a pho­to shoot. moderntraditionswith the groom before reg­is­ter­ing the mar­riage at the reg­istry office. This saves the new fam­i­ly from unnec­es­sary expens­es and annoy­ing “Oh, you, gen­tle­men, guests.” Many cou­ples, faced with the choice of apho­tog­ra­ph­er, are lost. Now many peo­ple with a SLR cam­era in their hands say that they are pros. There­fore, if you do not want to expe­ri­ence dis­ap­point­ment from work­ing with the cho­sen pho­tog­ra­ph­er, first arrange a tri­al pho­to shoot in the style of a love sto­ry. In addi­tion to the fact that you will have anoth­er series of pho­tos with your loved one, you will check for your­self whether the per­son you want to trust on such an impor­tant day for you is real­ly a pro­fes­sion­al.