Your wedding is your special day and just like you, deserves to stand out. Luckily, this year’s wedding trends focus on helping brides and grooms-to-be go above and beyond the typical wedding celebration with a few simple touches. Here are 3 ways to make your 2018 wedding stand out:
Focus on the After Party
As tradition dictates, the reception is the peak of any wedding celebration. But for a more intimate approach to celebration, many brides are placing emphasis on the after-party in 2018. While the thought of planning a party after the party might make your head spin, it actually provides a wonderful opportunity for you and your spouse-to-be to hone in on who and what really matters in the face of your upcoming nuptials. Plus, it gives you an opportunity to come up with some really cool design and food ideas.
For example, consider inviting the bridal party to join you after the reception in a clandestine sail cloth tent, decked with romantic tent lighting, a custom bar and select bites. It’s a great way to kick up your feet and enjoy the final moments of the big day with those that matter most.
Get Local with Your Destination Wedding
Destination weddings aren’t just for a Bahamas. When you live in somewhere as agriculturally rich and scenic as the Finger Lakes Region, a Finger Lakes or Rochester based party is the ideal way to embrace local culture, support local vendors while experiencing the rich culture the region has to offer. Check out some of our recent Finger Lakes weddings in our gallery for local destination wedding inspiration.
Choose Textures that Contrast with Traditional Fixtures
Throw traditional décor aside this year and use inspiration from both natural and industrial elements to make your wedding reception stand out. Pair bistro chair rentals with rustic farm tables and lush, green florals to create a beautifully composed, and unique tablescape. The possibilities are endless!
Looking for creative ways to say “I do”? We can help. Contact us today to learn more about our custom wedding rentals in the Finger Lakes region.