For the past couple of weeks we have been celebrating many special moments virtually. And thanks to many advances in technology we see these changes every day.
Recently, I attended the Rise Live Virtual Conference. I was so excited like if I was in the front row.
While we are not clear about how the reopening of the event industry will work yet we can be sure that all events in the near future will look very different. For example, how many guests can you have? How will table seating work? The logistics and planning may be more intricate than before. But while those things are still being sorted out let’s talk about creating an experience for your big day with the new event trends that will be sure to make your wedding remarkable.
Intimate Destination Weddings
Couples may want to consider intimate weddings with only close family members and friends in attendance. This way couples will be able to spend time with all their guests. The experience can be richer and meaningful. We can create an amazing experience from the moment they arrive on the island. And, (depending on your budget), we can create a multi-day wedding experience for you and your guests. Everything from designing a fun filled itinerary to welcome guests to thanking them for making the investment to be part of one of the most important days of your life.
If you are anything like me, I am a serious brunch lover. And a brunch wedding Believe me I will definitely enjoy planning a brunch wedding. Be intentional on identifying the venue. Have in mind a breathtaking view. Add cultural details and an entertainment over the top : refreshing drinks and music that puts them all to dance. Incorporate farm to the table and make it echo friendly.
Create your own rules. Guests can dance at any time of the day. Have different events happening in your event. If you plan to have a private property a life chef will make the moment unique. Think out of the box to create an experience and the opportunity of your guest socializing. And you can’t forget about the afterparty.
Real Wedding: Photographer Brooke Couch & Winifred Toro