Divine Details

Small wedding details not to forget!

Spencer Special Events - Tuesday, September 10, 2013

When you are planning a wedding, you can be so focused on the big things like a dynamite venue, a perfect photographer, a scrumptious menu, and the gown of your dreams, that sometimes the very little details are last on your mind.  At Spencer Special Events, the details are our favorite part!  Here are four small details that shouldn't be overlooked.

1.  A pretty dress hanger! You spend thousands of dollars on a dream wedding gown and you want your photographer to capture that gorgeous beauty hanging before you put it on. For this reason, don't overlook the importance of a pretty hanger! There are a variety of options from "Bride", your new last name, and "Mrs." -- just be sure you don't have an ugly wire hanger or get stuck grabbing one from the hotel closet.

2.  Making it kid-friendly (if children are invited!) If you are having kids attend the wedding, make sure you have a game plan for those precious kiddos.   At Spencer Special Events, we like to have something for the kids during the ceremony like crayons and coloring books.  At the reception during speeches, skip a flower in their napkin and add a lollipop that coordinates with your design. You're sure to be a hit!  If you are having a kid-friendly wedding, don't forget to make it kid-friendly!

3. A special cake knife or toasting flutes. Often times these are passed down from generation to generation, or received as a wedding gift.   Give them to us before the big day and we will make sure they are waiting for you at your cake table.

4. A way to remember family members that can't be with you! Old family photos in elegant frames around the cocktail hour or reception can be a sentimental way to have your grandparents or loved ones with you on your big day.

We at Spencer Special Events will make sure that all of your details are covered and perfectly placed. It really is our favorite part (aside from working with our wonderful brides and their sweet families!)

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