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It’s the Little Things – The Small Wedding Touches That Make A Big Difference To Your Day *

*Collaborative post.

There are big things that your big day cannot go ahead without such as your venue, dress, and catering. Yet, some smaller things can make a massive difference to the overall experience of your day. Keep reading to find out what they are. 

Choose a spacious and comfortable wedding car

Imagine spending a fortune on your dress, and spending hours getting ready, only to cram yourself into a small car to get to your wedding or rocking up to the church in a dirty old taxi cab! Of course, these options just make no sense, as you will want your wedding car to look smart and to be as comfortable as possible as you travel to and from your ceremony! 

That is why one of the smaller details that you must consider is the care you choose to lease. You’ll find plenty of options to choose from as well. Although, it’s best to book vehicles from specialists such as Rolls Royce Ghost Wedding Car Hire experts. The reason is that you can be sure that it will be immaculate inside and out, looking its best for your wedding day and ensuring you stay looking your best too. 

Have your undergarments sewn into your dress 

Not many people know this, but a great little tip for brides on their big day is to ask the seamstress doing their alterations to sew their undergarments directly into the dress. This way that will have plenty of added support, and won’t have to constantly be worried about readjusting their outfit later in the evening when it comes time to hit the dance floor. 

Pay a little extra for a wedding photoshoot 

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Another smaller, yet very significant touch for your wedding is to invest in a proper photoshoot so you have the most wonderful memories once the big day is over. Indeed, it is particularly important to have a photoshoot if your venue doesn’t have grounds in which to take pictures. Fortunately, there are plenty of very photogenic spots all around Sydney which you can visit, just be sure to talk to your photographer beforehand to arrange things. 

Give yourself some time between the ceremony and the reception

Last, of all, remember wedding days are a lot of fun, but they can also be pretty intense. With that in mind, if you tend to get overwhelmed or are on the more introverted side of the spectrum, setting some time aside to decompress between the ceremony and reception is a great idea. 

Indeed, you can block out some time to sit down with your other half and just process the day so far, or even add additional activities such as staying hydrated or even meditating. Of course, to do this you will need to make sure that your guests are suitably entertained during this time with games or appetizers, and cocktails. The transition between the ceremony venue and reception venue can also mask this time very well, especially if you intend to be announced as a couple once everyone is arrived and seated. 


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