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Adapting and Celebrating Wedding Traditions



As a wedding planner, I believe that traditions are an important part of weddings, but they can also be adapted or celebrated in new and fresh ways. Here are some ideas for changing or celebrating wedding traditions:

  1. The First Look: Traditionally, the bride and groom don't see each other until the ceremony. However, many couples are now choosing to have a "first look" before the ceremony. This can be a special moment for the couple to see each other for the first time on their wedding day and take photos together.

  2. Non-Traditional Ceremony Locations: While churches and chapels have been the traditional wedding ceremony location, more couples are now choosing non-traditional locations such as beaches, parks, and vineyards. This can add a unique and personal touch to the wedding ceremony.

  3. Non-Traditional Attire: Brides are now opting for dresses in different colors or with unique designs, and grooms are experimenting with different colored suits or accessories. This can add a fun and personal touch to the wedding attire.

  4. Personalized Vows: Instead of traditional vows, couples are choosing to write their own personalized vows. This can add a heartfelt and intimate touch to the ceremony.

  5. Incorporating Family and Cultural Traditions: Many couples are now choosing to incorporate family or cultural traditions into their wedding day. This can be a meaningful way to honor your heritage or family history.

  6. Unique Reception Activities: Couples are now opting for unique reception activities such as photo booths, lawn games, or live entertainment. This can add a fun and interactive element to the reception.

  7. Non-Traditional Wedding Cakes: Couples are now choosing non-traditional wedding cakes such as dessert tables, cupcakes, or donut walls. This can add a fun and unique element to the wedding reception.


By adapting or celebrating wedding traditions in new and fresh ways, couples can make their wedding day truly unique and memorable. As a wedding planner, I encourage my clients to think outside the box and find ways to make their wedding day personal and meaningful to them.


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