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GPS Decors – The Formula to Plan your Perfect Wedding – Part V
The last two posts have been all about our surroundings and our intention when it comes to our family and friends who come to stand with us while we move onto another phase in life. But lets get back to what’s really important, you. Well, not you specifically, more your memories of you, that day, with those people and how you want to shape those things?
“What memories are most important to me?”
Of course your wedding day is a day for making memories, everyone knows that and the cliché has been around longer than you or I have so it must be true. But that doesn’t mean you have to stick to passe and bourgeois methods for capturing them.
There will be pictures! You are going to be on film. Your make-up team and hairdresser will take care of this. In the spirit of discretion and personal vanity, make sure you have a wedding hairstyle and a reception hairstyle backup should the locks not stay for the party. Don’t spend the whole night checking your looks either. The camera phones will go away after the ceremony and won’t come out until the speeches. Because having fun with a camera phone is more difficult and people are there to party. You can also request that people refrain from digital photos to prevent your nuptials from being plastered all over social media.
Get your pre-wedding photos taken with your maids and men and then get down and have a good time. If you obsess about how each photo is going to turn out you’ll miss a heck of a good time. Besides, you’ve hired someone to make those choices for you and your money should ensure their discretion at not developing those less flattering photographs which may or may not exist.
What else can we say about memories? They definitely change over the years. So maybe you could look into video-blogging the whole thing from multiple perspectives or your bridesmaids and family. That way your anniversary dinner will have the night’s entertainment built in and your partner will see exactly how much hell you went through to get to that special day.
More than anything else, memories live in our minds and hearts. So in that spirit, whatever your decisions on methodology for capturing memories is, you have to make some for there to be any worth capturing. Get all the quality time in with your guests that you can. Those candid and warm moments will come out naturally and you won’t ever have to manufacture fun or ease. The best pictures of our weddings are often the ones we don’t even know we’re in.
For Wedding Decorations in Toronto, Brampton or Mississauga, you need look no further than G.P.S. Decors. Our capable experienced team are ready to handle every eventuality so you can do what is most important. Make memories which will last far into the future. Make your wedding, The Wedding, instead of just a wedding.
Mughal Wedding Theme
Mughal Wedding Reception Theme – Contrary to what you may think, it’s quite easy to incorporate Mughal styles into your own wedding reception. From going all out to recreate the Mughal era at your reception to a quietly elegant fusion of Mughal and modern styles, we’ve got the formula down for you!
In a wedding reception, the effect of the theme comes mostly through the décor – old antique props, white and gold mogra flowers and an off-white colour palette. If you want your wedding to be more bright and colourful , then you’re lucky because the Mughal style usually includes a rich palette of colours like red, Pink,orange,green and gold. There are a few characteristic décor elements that can bring that characteristic Mughal look to your wedding reception.
GPS Decors – The Formula to Plan your Perfect Wedding – Part IV
Today we’re going to continue our little chat about those all-important people, your wedding guests. Ealier we talked about the difference between large and small wedding and the potential pitfalls and the advantages. Let’s get to it, shall we?
“What feeling do I want my guests to have?” Part Two
As we continue to look at the scope of weddings as an abstract, we often see that there is huge difference in what some people find appealing. There are those who are almost secretive with their love because to them it is an intimate thing to be kept safe and personal. To others it is cause for celebration and only the loftiest circumstances will do in which they have the opportunity to make the grand gesture, including everyone about them in their shared feeling.
So whatever you pick, big or small, intimate or colossal – you now have to decide where you want your nuptials to fall on an entirely different scale. The Casual to Formal Scale.
So what do we mean by casual. Jeans and a t-shirt? No, not really.
Casual speaks to the feeling of the space and specific ceremony – this includes décor, attire and even your choices in meals and venue. Outdoor weddings can support a lighthearted friendly ceremony and a raucous after-party full of irreverent laughter in a informal atmosphere. Likewise indoor weddings, held in a family home perhaps, bring your guests into a familiar setting where they are free to unwind, relax and have earnest exchanges which foster that optimistic simplicity of new love and life. Casual doesn’t just mean informal, a casual elegance can give the understated larger weddings the feeling of intimacy they might otherwise lack.
Are you or your partner the serious type? A jet-setter or socialite? Are you all-in for that classic event with limousine reception, valet parking and contemporary formal-wear? Nobody says you can’t go big and hold on to that stately feeling. Just remember that the more extravagant your scale the more difficult it will be to manage that feeling of significance and splendor. Likewise, when you decide upon the formal feel for a smaller gathering, you have the chance to give the night an alchemical, nuanced exclusivity.
To recap our last two installments: Always try to take into account the specific people who you are inviting.
If your guests are of limited means and you can’t be sure they have something to don for the occasion, maybe leaning toward an intimate but casual wedding will work best so that everyone enjoys themselves and no embarrassments occur. If you everyone on your list is well on means and there is a lot of them, go big and go formal so you have the opportunity to awe the crowd with every trapping of excess and luxury you can lavish upon them to honor your guests.
Sit back and try to experience the wedding from their perspective. Does your event seem pompous when what you wanted was something distinguished? Did you end up confused and overwhelmed by everything going on around you, when your desire was for a focused and magical evening full of intricate ritual? Spend the extra time looking at everything from the perspective of a guest and they, your guests, will thank you.
GPS Decors – The Formula to Plan your Perfect Wedding – Part III
Today’s installment is going to deal with everyone else! We know it’s all about you sweetheart, but hey, other people are coming too! They’re called guests. They might be friends and colleagues or just family. But that’s really what today’s topic is all about. What is the atmosphere you want to create when seen from the perspective of those invited, not just yourself.
“What feeling do I want my guests to have?” Part One
If you’re unsure of how to answer this question, lets look at the overall scope of weddings in general which might help you out just a bit.
Lets look at size of wedding first. Think of the size of your wedding as an expression of not only your number of guests or the capacity of venue but of how public you want your wedding or how private.
On one end of the spectrum is the intimate wedding. A ceremony where the inner-circle, many who already know one another and close relatives are invited, and not very many others. These are often followed by a more public reception which can fall on that or another day so you don’t get heat from the friends you didn’t invite. These type of weddings can be modest for religious reasons or just for the sake of reverence for the bond you share. We can count of these types of weddings to be cozy, close and comfortable for everyone involved. They can also be kept smaller if either the bride or groom feels overwhelmed by the idea of a larger service.
On the other hand, and far down the other side of our spectrum we have the truly grandiose weddings that make a point of inviting every single person you’ve ever met, seen or spoken to since grade one. These civic events are a proclamation of your love and can be a stage for a formal public gesture showing the world how momentous the prospect of a life together really feels for both of you. You never have to worry about those in your life feeling excluded but you also have some sore feet to look forward to if you plan on chatting with each and every guest. Don’t sacrifice quality time with loved-ones for opulence or pomp.
With G.P.S. Decors behind you, whatever the choice you make, big or small, there will be someone with the experience and the dedication to making your perfect day a success by the strictest definition, yours. In Brampton, Mississauga and Greater Toronto, G.P.S. Decors takes the time to show you how to best implement your vision and create a wedding or event which you and yours will really cherish for the rest of your lives.