We tell many of our brides to rethink the only-one-hour-between-ceremony-and-reception-for-pictures rule. Here’s how that standard timeline really works (imagine you’re the bride): The ceremony begins a little late, because a bridesmaid couldn’t find her shoes. You’re totally flustered, but it’s time to walk down the aisle. You eagerly await that “First Glance” of your groom. Except the you’re coming down a long aisle, or from down the beach, or the back of the room. The guests stand, and all you groom sees is the top of a veil moving toward him. He may get choked up, but by the time the you reach him, he’s masked his emotions again.
Wedding Timeline Blog
The dress is bought, the venue secured and the invites are mailed, think you’ve got it all done? Think again. What’s the plan of the day? How will you take yourselves and your guests from beginning to end? There are countless ways you can plan out the timeline for your wedding reception to make it fun and unique. The following article reviews the most common format of a wedding reception. Use it give yourself a framework to begin and then get creative with it. Add some events you’ve never seen before, and remove the ones your sick and tired of! It’s all up to you and what fits with your style.