To do, or not to do, that is the ?
Posted 25 March 2007 - 11:51 AM
First is the hard one. The place I am staying has a 20 foot cliff set in a garden that overlooks the ocean which is a popular site to get married. However, I always wanted a barefoot beach wedding. I can choose between the two, but have heard that the wind is a factor on the beach with people being able to hear (but I am a small group of 10-12) and other things that make it a pain in the butt. Any advice or experience with this that should sway me one way or the other?
Also, I have saved all dried rose petals from all of the flowers my fiance has given me over the last 5 years and wanted to incorporate them somehow. I was thinking maybe I would package some for each guest and have us all throw them over the cliff into the ocean together (not sure if this would be a hazard or not allowed- I wouldn't think so) I would think it would make for a beautiful experience but how would I go about setting that up, or should I cut it out all together?
What do you guys think?
Posted 25 March 2007 - 12:37 PM
I think the rose petals are a very nice idea, I would check with the resort to make sure they wouldn't have a problem with it and then maybe get some little favor boxes or organza bags to put the petals in. you could have the packages in a basket as people came into the ceremony location and maybe attach a little note about what they will be used for.
Posted 25 March 2007 - 03:47 PM
Posted 25 March 2007 - 11:07 PM
Posted 26 March 2007 - 11:05 AM
As far as the rose petals go, I say do it! It is such a nice idea. Just ask the place if they will allow this which I don't see why they wouldn't. You can pacakge them in clear little baggies and tie a ribbon around them with a little card insert that tells your guests about the rose petals. I think guests will love it. That is such a nice romantic touch!
SHEER ORGANZA WEDDING GIFT BAGS
These are $4.95 per dozen. This is just to give you an idea of what you could do.
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