A dramatic exit.
So many brides plan on their entrances all the time but most of the time, they never really think about the possible exit and this is what they tend to miss out on all the time. If you would like something memorable for you and for the rest of your guests who will be attending the wedding reception, you need to plan out an exit that is both graceful and dramatic at the same time. Although it may be true that you and the rest of the wedding party will not want the night to end but it must at some point or so and if it does, then you need to make sure that it ends in the way that you have always wanted it to.
There are a lot of ways for you to play things up creatively. You can go away on a horse drawn carriage or a flood of confetti or even a marching band if that is more your style. Go for anything that you could possibly prefer but at least plan out the details ahead of time. Make sure as well that your professional Sheffield wedding photographer captures everything in great detail. A great exit will turn out to be just as worthy to capture in your photos as a great entrance.
An interesting first dance.
The traditional waltz might sound like a good enough dance to check out at the end of the day but you have to know right off the bat that this isn’t your only choice when it comes to trying to figure out a first dance for you and your partner. Remember the fact that the first dance will actually get to spell out the vibe and the overall mood for the rest of the wedding reception party so it is actually quite imperative that you go for something that is unique and for something that is quite characteristic of the kind of wedding reception party that you are trying to pull off for yourself at the end of the day. You can go for something jazzy or hip hop or pretty much anything else under the sun. Anything goes. Try to go with a genre that you and your partner identify with the most.
A well-stocked bar.
A well-stocked bar can really give your guests the impression that you have been spending an arm and a leg out for the wedding reception even if in reality, you really aren’t. Just stock the bar with a limited selection of beer, wine, and liquor and you are pretty much good to go. You don’t have to go crazy with the choices. Besides, halfway through the reception party, most of your guests won’t care anyway so you might as well limit the costs in variety and make up for volume instead.
A resting area during the reception.
Aim to set up something that your Sheffield wedding photographer will be able to look forward to shooting one way or the other.