We know you want your gown to be gorgeous, your flowers beautiful, and your party joyous, and they will be.
But will your guests will you remember those things several weeks later?
As disappointing as this may seem, that's not what people will be talking about even the day after.
Nor is it what you'll be talking about over dinner together on your first wedding anniversary.
It's your unique ceremony, your special vows, your creative personal touches that will make your wedding unlike any other. That's what will make your wedding exceptional and truly memorable. That's what people will talk about for months afterwards.
Because they will have been touched. They will have been moved by the depth of your heartfelt commitment, your vulnerable, emotionally sweet connection.
So, what feels right for you?
What will express your special love, publicly demonstrating the real romance you share?
When you express your unique one-of-a-kind love in front of those who've come to witness your transformation into a new life, it reinforces their certainty that you know what you are doing, and you are ready for marriage.
That's the kind of teary-eyed joy your guests want to feel about you and your future together.
And those are the kinds of treasured memories you and your guests will talk about for years to come.
© 2009, Judith & Jim
I have always made a distinction between my friends and my confidants. I enjoy the conversation of the former; from the latter I hide nothing. - Edith Piaf
Judith Sherven and
Jim Sniechowski are husband and wife and the best-selling
authors of four books: "The
to Love 365 Days a Year" and
Loved for Who You Really Are: How the differences
between men and women can be turned into the source of the
very best romance you'll ever
know. Their fourth is
Smart Couple's Guide to the Wedding of Your
Dreams, an important book for
anyone who cares that weddings support the couple and the
marriage they are creating. And their latest book,
Heart of Marketing: Love your customers and they will
love you back. Claim your free
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