4 Twists to Traditional Weddings that Work Out in Your Favor

by Limo Service DC Travel Agent

Thinking about omitting something from your wedding? We will tell you about how being bold pays off! Traditionally, you would allow the best man to make a toast at your wedding, likely followed by the bride’s father, mother, and the groom’s parents as well. After the ‘main party’ has made their toast the floor generally opens to the rest of the wedding guests. Like an amazing DC Limo Rental, we’ll give you something to consider. Ditching wedding toasts can save you time, and because time is money, you could save when it comes to your vendors and venue. Not having toasts may also be able to save you the embarrassment of a speech from an overly intoxicated friend or highly emotional mother.

Grabbing a DC Limo Bus may not be traditional, but rice tossing has long been a custom, stemming from the Romans. Why should you reconsider? Rice can be very dangerous to the animals that eat it, particularly birds, as this grain doubles in size after having absorbed water. Perhaps tossing rice is outdated, consider sprinkles instead!

Ready to hop in BWI Limo Service and pick up your photographer? Consider picking up two! Having one professional photographer is pretty average at most weddings, it has even become somewhat of a custom. Yet, having two can allow you to catch those moments that otherwise would disappear as the main photographer was following the newlyweds around.

Thinking about creating a strict timeline and arriving with BWI Limousine Service right on time? Timelines are great, but time can also add a layer of stress to your wedding. Ditch the thinking that you have to adhere to your schedule perfectly and use it as more of guide, and everyone, including yourself will feel more relaxed. Call us today at (202) 765–2350


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