HOW DOES A TYPICAL WEDDING DAY LOOKS LIKE?

{8:15 pm} GRAND ENTRANCE ACCOMPANIED BY A CHAMPAGNE TOAST

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The official part of your wedding is over and it’s time to eat, drink and have a lot of fun. It all begins with your grand entrance to the reception venue. Today is all about you, so don’t be shy and nervous – be yourself. The grand entrance is usually accompanied by a champagne toast to newlyweds. Cheers!

{8:40 pm} FIRST DANCE

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Now’s the time to pay off your dance lessons. You can stage an once-in-a-lifetime performance for your guests if you feel like it, but the dance with your soul mate to your favorite song is equally appealing.

{9 pm} DINNER

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After this emotional and exciting day, excellent food is what most of the attendees are waiting for. Carefully selected menu accompanied by a glass of fine wine is a guarantee of successful wedding banquet.

{11:30 pm} SPEECH AND TOAST

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Whether you plan it or not, somebody is going to have a speech at one point during the evening. It can be your parents, best man, maid of honor or high school friend as long as it’s accompanied with a toast to your new life together.

{Midnight} CAKE PRESENTATION, CUTTING THE CAKE FOLLOWED BY FIREWORKS

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Cake presentation is yet another tradition and the highlight of the reception. The newlyweds sharing the first slice of gorgeously designed cake is definitely something every couple should have in their wedding album. You can spice things up with stunning fireworks.

{1:00 am} BOUQUET / GARTHER TOSS

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Although there are numerous ways to entertain your guests, bouquet/garther toss is a fun wedding tradition most couples decide to include in their wedding program. If you don’t want single ladies to feel awkward because they’re still single, include all the guests who are willing to participate.

Tell us! Did you have something similar in mind or are you planning to change traditional wedding day timeline completely?

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