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Reviewing Types of Weddings: A Quick Guide for Couples!

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When it comes to your big day, the options are literally endless. From a simple church wedding to a beach-style fancy ceremony, there are so many ways to celebrate with your loved ones.

In this post, we bring a few types of weddings that you can consider.

Church ceremony – A lot of couples still prefer the old-school way of getting hitched, and there is nothing wrong with that. Church Weddings are typically an intimate affair, so think of a small guest list, and you can always have an evening after-party later. Make sure that you have a local disc jockey for the evening, so that your guests are well-entertained.

Destination weddings – This usually refers to having a wedding at a distant place, and there are a few pros and cons to that. Firstly, you can only invite a limited number of people, and don’t expect everyone to attend. From the catering to photography, entertainment and other things, everything has to be either arranged locally at a completely new place or must be brought in. However, contrary to what many people believe, destination weddings don’t have to be super expensive, as long as the planning is done right.

Brunch weddings – Many couples prefer a brunch wedding, especially in the winter. With brunch receptions, there is one major problem – The wedding has to be early, and you may not have a lot of time to get ready. If that’s not a concern, you can always use the sunshine during the day to light up the mood. Hiring a DJ has become a popular practice for brunch weddings, and if you choose the right service, the DJ may double up as the MC to keep the event fun and light.

Interfaith weddings – If you and your better half come from different backgrounds, an interfaith wedding is the best way to celebrate the union. In such weddings, there can be two different ceremonies that can represent different cultures. This can be a long affair, so you need to be sure that food, wine, and entertainment are on the roll. Interfaith weddings often interest guests because they get to see the celebration of two different faiths and cultures.

Dinner receptions – This is basically a reception surrounding the dinner and evening. Probably the most cliché choice of all, but dinner receptions are fun and extremely happening, primarily because the guests and hosts have the entire evening and wee hours of the night to party. If you plan to throw a dinner reception, make sure that you have a good DJ and an even better menu for food and drinks.

Planning your wedding can be a fun experience, especially when you’re involved in the details. It’s also a good idea to outsource what’s viable. You can hire a wedding planner, but make sure to start early and have enough time to evaluate each of the aspects. Also, don’t forget to get a good photographer onboard to capture the moments in action. It’s your big day – Make it larger than your imagination.