It’s the start of a new beginning so why not ring in the New Year as a newlywed? This is the time when love is in the air and the atmosphere is electrifying, glitzy and full of revelry. And most importantly everyone is in the celebratory mood with family and friends still in the festive spirit.
While there’s no rule of thumb to plan a New Year wedding, a little preparation and organization will ensure you don’t break the budget or ruin the most important elements on your big day. After all, this will be a once in a lifetime start to the new year for you both, so why not make it extraordinarily special? Let’s take a quick look at some of the most vital things we need to consider for pulling off a fairy-tale wedding in the New Year.
Kick-off the New Year wedding preparations with embellishments. Everything that has a hint of black, gold and silver is the key to a great wedding in the New Year. I bet, you can’t go wrong with lots of gold details be it the gold icing on the cake, gold jewelry, table décor or your very own costume.
A slew of sparkler is the next magic trick to make your New Year wedding day a memorable one. Though this is a no brainer and is a common sight at most weddings, the sparklers for a wedding in the New Year will transport your guests back to the frivolous New Year’s party. The trick is to leave indoor sparklers on the tables for guests. This could be condensed in desserts or maybe even a flaming cocktail for added drama.
It’s just the beginning of the year and most of us are yet left to freeze the resolutions and aspirations for the year ahead. Incorporating a resolution jar or a chalkboard where guests can write down their resolutions is a great idea to add some fun and frolic to your New Year wedding.
Sounds interesting, isn’t it? So ring in the New Year’s wedding with these easy-to-implement ideas. If you’ve ever been to a wedding at the beginning of the year or have some outstanding tips, do leave your thoughts. We would love to hear from you. Alternatively, click here and find some great wedding tips.
Have a great New Year Wedding!