Sure, the bride and groom are stressed on their big day. But, oddly enough, they aren’t the only ones. Family members and friends are often rushed or confused by the schedule of the wedding and not always prepared for the long day ahead. To help add comfort and ease to your guests, check out some of the ideas listed below!
Add a fun and simple timeline into the invitation so your guests know what to look forward to. Many people really appreciate having an idea of what to expect and will be exceedingly thankful for a list of the festivities to come. Make sure to keep it straightforward, only adding the most necessary times and events.
Let’s face it…high heels were not created for comfort. I first saw this genius idea here at Ponte and it stuck in my mind for my future wedding. I personally love dancing and hope to make most of our reception into a dancing event, but the girls are going to need comfy shoes to keep the night going. I guarantee that your girls will be very appreciative of this gesture!
Outdoor weddings can become very bright and often times ceremony sites are faced in a direction that isn’t shaded. Guests are not always prepared with sunglasses, so this is a great way to give your guests a comfortable way to watch you walk down the aisle so the sun isn’t directly in their eyes.
Keep your guests warm with a sweet gifting of a scarf for the reception. Most times guests are not prepared if there is a shift in the temperature. Your girls will be so thankful that they don’t have to use their guy’s oversized jacket, but instead a cute cozy pashmina.
–Have you experienced a memorable gesture of the bride and groom to ensure your comfort at a wedding? Tell us about it!