A wedding requires a lot of planning and work, and brides and grooms, and their families, often call upon a wedding planner to help them out, as there is a lot to juggle. The venue, the guest list and their seating during the reception, the level of formality, the caterer, florist, photographer, transportation, and more will have to be considered, and where the reception is concerned, the silverware and glassware is a factor that can be tailored to fit the wedding’s level of formality, the budget, or even the sheer number of guests. Wedding paper plates, for example, may be an economical alternative to china if need be, and elegant plastic cups and paper dinner napkins can work great for some weddings. When are wedding paper plates best, and when are brides and grooms better off using metal and china supplies for the wedding lunch or dinner?
On Weddings and Meals
The reception lunch or dinner is an aspect of a wedding that will require a lot of work, from setting up all t
Planning a wedding is an exciting time in just about anyone’s life. After all, it’s the ultimate culmination of your love for another person and likely to be one of the best days that you ever experience. But the build up to that day can be incredibly stressful, especially since so many people – brides in particular – can feel the need to make their wedding as perfect as possible. However, it’s important to remember that the only two people who need to feel that the wedding is perfect are the bride and the groom themselves – after all, it’s their day and no one else’s.
However, budgeting can also prove to be stressful even aside from the desire and the push for perfection. Weddings, of which there are nearly two and a half million of each and every year in the United States alone, have become more expensive than ever before, costing, on average, more than $35,000. Some weddings are quite a bit more expensive even than that already incredibly high sum of money and over the course