Why Rolls Royce Wedding Cars Make the Perfect Wedding Transport

Choosing which type of wedding transport you want for your wedding can be an extremely difficult decision. With so many different types of cars, and different makes and models, you are literally spoilt for choice. In this article, we will consider some of the advantages of choosing Rolls Royce wedding cars, and how you can choose a wedding transport company to help you to find your perfect wedding car.

Rolls Royce wedding cars are known as the ultimate classic weddings cars. Whether you choose a silky White, or shimmering Silver or classic Black exterior, Rolls Royce wedding cars are the luxury premium within wedding car transport. Put simply, Rolls Royce equals stylish.

The style and elegance of the Rolls Royce will really shine on your wedding day when you take your wedding photos. The image of the beautiful bride exiting her style Rolls Royce will capture a truly breathtaking moment. Wedding photos now form last memories of your special day, so having the perfect atmosphere and photos can be truly wonderful.

However, there is a lot more to the Rolls Royce than simple style and elegance. It is also remarkably practical and reliable as a wedding car. The Rolls Royce has a reputation for being trustworthy, and is very unlikely to break down. With such a rich tradition of luxury and reliability, it is easy to see why Rolls Royce wedding cars are so popular among couples choosing their dream wedding transport.

In addition to its reliability, Rolls Royce wedding cars are also practical in terms of their lower flooring. This provides practicality in terms of the wedding bride being able to easily enter and exit the Rolls Royce without causing any damage to the dress. As you can imagine, this is extremely important for any bride, especially before entering their own wedding ceremony.

The luxury and comfort of your own dedicated chauffeur driver also provides additional comfort on your wedding day. The advantage of a dedicated chauffeur driver is that they will focus on the timings and getting you to the venue at the right time, and you can focus on enjoying the important things that really matter on your wedding day.

Once you made the decision that you wish to hire a Rolls Royce as your wedding transport on your special day, you will have to decide where you wish to hire the car from. Many people will use the internet to find a wedding transport company, where they can hire the car and a chauffeur driver from.

Always remember when looking on the internet, it is always a good idea to also visit the wedding car showroom. One the main advantages of this is that you can actually physically see the car in the flesh before you secure the booking. Unfortunately, some wedding transport websites may advertise certain cars, and have “stock” photographs of the car – however, in reality, they are leasing a much older model.

Double check some of the practicalities such as will the car be professionally cleaned before it is used on your special day; how long will the chauffeur driver be able to stay; what insurance or coverage does the car have in the case of an accident etc. Although some of these questions may seem over the top, it is important that you consider all eventualities and scenarios for your special day.

Remember, your wedding transport is performing one of the most important parts of your wedding day – it is delivering you to your wedding venue, and will be a prominent part of your wedding photos. Take the time to choose the right transport for yourself, and enjoy your wedding day.

Destination Wedding or No?

You have seen just the place for your dream wedding. No, it’s nowhere close to home but who cares? You just have to be married there.

You have dreamed of getting married on the beach at a tropical destination but you live in a city nowhere near a beach.

The solution? A destination wedding. While many think this means a wedding where you and a selection of friends and family hop on a plane to a tropical island, there are also destination weddings that happen closer to home, just not at home.

Getting married elsewhere may mean that tropical beach, but it may also mean an apple orchard hours from home, a quaint town nestled in the mountains, a historic location that you just fell in love with. Whatever the ‘destination’ there are a few things to remember before booking.

If you are planning to get married in the country that you live in, that’s one less thing to worry about. If, however your ideal place is outside of the country there will be paperwork and licenses that have to be obtained. Most places known for their weddings will have a packaged deal that will be stress free and simple, they’ve done it before and they’ve perfected what they need to do.

If, however your dream wedding is in a place not known for weddings, you’ll have to do a lot of the legwork and planning on your own. (or with a professional planner of course)

Going out of town to get married is a lot more simple, you take who you want to be part of your big day and you save money on a huge reception since you only have a selection of friends and family in attendance. You can spend more time with your guests since there won’t be as many, and you will find the whole thing just a bit more relaxed than a large wedding with a large reception and everyone you have ever known in attendance.

If, however you have close friends and family who can’t travel or you just can’t leave out certain people no matter the numbers, then choosing a destination closer to home may be your ideal way to go. No one says it has to be a church and traditional, but having something within an hour of home helps everyone get there with not much hassle. Beach? Mountains? Historical site? Garden at home? Whatever you choose it’ll be beautiful.

How to Officiate a Wedding: What to Do When Someone Faints or Throws Up

For the first time in nine years of officiating weddings, a recent bride threw up during the ceremony.

She came down the aisle with her mom and then barfed out of nervousness before anything was even said. She handled it like an absolute champ, but was certainly embarrassed nonetheless.

If you want to really know how to officiate a wedding when someone faints or throws up, follow these steps.

  • Instruct the couple and their bridal party to eat a little before the ceremony. Don’t suggest they pig out, just have a little something in their stomachs.
  • STAY CALM! Your energy is contagious and if you freak out, you’ll make it much worse for the wedding participants.
  • Instruct the person who’s experiencing upset to squeeze their feet and toes inside their shoes. This naturally grounds us and brings our conscious awareness back to the present moment.
  • Instruct the person who’s in trouble to BREATHE. Tell them to take full, deep breaths.
  • Ask a guest or someone in the bridal party to get water for whoever about to pass out or throw up.
  • Get a cold, damp towel or handkerchief for their forehead or to wipe their mouth and clean up.
  • Act like it’s no big deal! The person who experienced the upset is undoubtedly embarrassed and if you remain calm and act like it’s no big deal, their embarrassment will be diminished and you’ll look like a pro. Celebrate their recovery and ask the guests for applause.

Having a bunch of people clap for you feels great, even when you’re embarrassed. That person will then know that his/her guests love and support them and then the ice has been officially broken before the ceremony even started. It’ll be way more comfortable for the fainter when first walking into their reception.

8) Give them a mint. Man do I wish I remembered that I had Altoids in my pocket! I carry a small tin of Altoids to hand out to the couple and their bridal party before walking into a ceremony. I would’ve looked even more professional, but it was my first time experiencing something like this and I forgot that the mints were there.

The 8 steps above work equally well for someone who faints, as long as they don’t hit their head on the ground. If they hit their head, seek medical attention!

Weddings are live events and so they don’t always go as planned. The best way to handle unexpected things is to act like you’ve seen it before and that it’s not a big deal. Stay calm, THEN ACT.

How to Officiate a Wedding: What to Do When Wedding Participants Aren’t Prepared

Many couples choose ceremony elements that include their guests, like the wine box, letter box, unity candle, guest readings, etc. and often times those guests aren’t prepared. Most of the time it’s because the couple forgot to tell them, so be sure to introduce yourself to anyone who’s participating before the ceremony begins. Roughly 1/3 of the time, moms aren’t told that they’re coming up to light candles or family hasn’t been asked to write letters for the couple’s letter box.

Couples often use the letter box or wine box as their imagery, where family members are invited up to deposit letters they’ve written to the couple and exchange hugs.

Family members usually get immediately stressed and freak out because they weren’t told and never wrote a letter to the couple. Your job is to officiate, so tell them that it’s no big deal and that it happens all the time. The last thing the bride and groom needs are stressed out family members.

If they don’t have paper handy, find them a few pieces and tell them to bring up blank paper to deposit during the ceremony and to write letters of blessings, encouragement, and support later on, after the wedding. This usually calms nerves immediately and gives them permission to relax.

Guest readers are often not prepared, too. The male ego is an interesting thing. So many guys refuse to practice out loud and often say, “I got it, man.” They inevitably trip on their words and lose their place and bomb.

So, tell them that “We want the couple’s ceremony to kick butt and that takes a team effort.” It’s a bit passive aggressive, but then say something like, “Since everyone here wants their ceremony to be their best memory yet, I’m sure taking a few minutes alone to practice your guest reading out loud makes sense. Right?”

Then, show the guest reader where you underline words in your ceremony book to remind you where to inflect your voice in some way and that it helps you to keep your place, so you can look up from the page. That usually works and the reader then finds a quiet place to practice.

Before every ceremony, be sure to ask the bride who will escort her down the aisle and if she’d like you to ask, “Who has the honor of escorting Bride down the aisle and presenting her to groom?”

The old-school way to say that is, “Who gives this woman away?” but times have changed and the bride’s not a possession or gift. If she’d like you to formally ask, be sure to then speak to her dad, or whoever is escorting her down the aisle so that person knows you’re going to stick a microphone in his face, expecting an answer.

You don’t want to surprise him and make him look foolish in front of all the guests, but when dad messes up, it’s usually funny and a great ice-breaker. The bride’s dad is usually grateful for your introduction and attempt to prepare him prior to the ceremony.

Dad usually asks, “What do most people say?” Tell him to please feel free to say whatever he likes, but most dads say something like, “I’m her dad and it’s my honor.”

As officiants, it’s our job to be prepared and to help others do the same. Calming nerves and preparing others is part of the deal.

How to Officiate a Wedding: How to Manage Unexpected Noise and Distractions

You’ve rehearsed and practiced your ceremony, but are you prepared for unexpected noises and distractions? Rehearse many times so you’re able to look up from the page and speak to the couple. Your discipline will pay off because unwanted distractions happen.

The three most common unwanted distractions are babies, airplanes and road noise. If you want to know how to officiate a wedding and how to manage unexpected noises and distractions, keep reading. Below, you’ll find ways to manage all three.

First and foremost, rehearse! Read every ceremony aloud 10-15 times beforehand and use different color pens to make marks on the pages, which will help to keep your spot.

Rehearsing can’t prepare you for everything, but it sure gives you a great head start.

How to manage unexpected noise from babies and kids: Before any ceremony, ask guests with kids to please have a plan, should their child become a distraction during the ceremony.

This isn’t always easy because it offends people sometimes so to avoid hurting anyone’s feelings you might consider something like, “I love kids. I have two little ones and understand that sometimes they’re noisy at exactly the wrong time. With that being said, if by chance your child loses it during their ceremony, please secret service him out instead of trying to quiet him down and accidentally creating an even bigger distraction. The bride and groom only get one shot at this and we all want it to be perfect for them!” 99% of the time the parent will gladly agree.

How to manage unexpected noise from airplanes or automobiles: This happens a lot. Many airports are in the center of the city so airplanes are constantly overhead. You might not want to mention the airplane noise to the couple before their ceremony, because you don’t want to potentially stress the couple out. Instead, wait until it actually happens.

If an airplane flies overhead during their ceremony, lower your microphone at the exact time the plane is almost overhead and ask, “Do you guys want me to wait for the plane to pass or power through the noise?” and let the bride and groom decide. Most couples will ask that you pause and wait for the plane to pass, and all couples will appreciate that you give them a choice.

Motorcycles and loud cars are often an issue too. Some venues located on main roads in nice areas, where motorcycles are popular and they are LOUD! Fortunately, they pass by fairly quickly, so you might not even want to ask the couple what they prefer. Simply pause and wait, as if it’s no big deal.

Your body language and energy is important. If it’s no big deal to you, it’ll be no big deal to your couple and the goal is to have them feeling great.

How to manage unexpected noise from cell phones: The easiest way is to ask people to silence their phones. Before the ceremony when everyone is lined up and about to walk in, instruct the bridal party to please verify their ringers are turned off.

The only way to prevent guest’s phones from ringing is to make an announcement at the very beginning of their ceremony, and that’s something that should be left up to the couple. Never ask guests to keep their phones away unless the couple asks you to.

You might then say something like, “Bride and Groom are having what’s known as an unplugged ceremony, meaning that they’d like you to please keep your phones away and sit back and fully relax. Be present and enjoy their ceremony. They’ve hired a really great photographer, who’s going to make photos available to everyone, so you won’t miss anything.”

I hope these tips were helpful.

5 Most Dazzling Rooftop Wedding Venues In Mumbai

Finding a right venue for your wedding is a quite exasperating task. But what could be better than getting married in one of the most happening cities of the world? A rooftop wedding in the economic capital of this country, ignoring the noisy activities below you and having the beautiful skyline gaze back at you. One of the benefits of marrying on a rooftop is, you will really feel rich. You can just call a helicopter and fly high in the sky to chill after the ceremony.

Here’s a list of five rooftop venues in Mumbai where you can tie the knot and have a dream-come-true wedding.

1. Hotel Godwin, Colaba

Hotel Godwin overlooks the Gateway of India, the Grand Taj Mahal Palace and the fascinating Arabian Sea. Surprisingly, even the huge Taj Mahal Palace can’t offer such a perfect rooftop view! It has a capacity of 150 people. Even though the only vegetarian food is served here, alcohol is allowed but only with a permit. The rooftop is equipped with a DJ and a music system i.e. allowed to play music till 11 pm. The venue timings can be extended till 12:30 am. The terrace inside the glass doors is equipped with air conditioners to beat up the heat in summer.

2. Comfort Inn Heritage Hotel, Byculla

The rooftop capacity of this hotel is 350 people. It gives a wide angle view of the city and is really pleasing to the eyes. The venue also offers a green room and a music system. It also has a huge parking area available for its guests. The venue has a group of experienced wedding planners to help you with everything related to your wedding. Alcohol and non-vegetarian food aren’t permitted.

3. ITC Grand Central, Parel

The ITC Grand Central has a famous and elegant banquet hall. Just like their banquets, they have a stylish terrace garden on the rooftop. If you book the terrace garden it has a floating capacity of 350 people. The hotel offers a green room and has a parking area which is reserved only for its guests. The complete venue is WiFi enabled. Alcohol and non-vegetarian food are not permissible. Although the venue doesn’t have its own DJ, they have a permission to play music till 11 pm.

4. Marine Plaza, Churchgate

This hotel has the best rooftop view in the whole of Mumbai! It is located near the beach and the Allamanda Terrace, which is named after an American flower, provides you with an amazing view of the Mumbai skyline. If you’re a ‘wind-in-the-hair-do-not-care’ type of person, then you’ll love this open-air venue as it sporadically witnesses some sea breeze which makes your wedding more romantic. The hotel also has a small pool on their rooftop so that you can relax after a frenzied wedding event. The terrace has a capacity of 150 people. The hotel offers a green room and the complete venue is equipped with WiFi. Although the venue doesn’t have its own music system, they have a permission to play DJ till 11 pm. Alcohol and non-vegetarian food aren’t served here.

5. Club Aquaria, Borivali West

This place offers a lavish space for a beautiful wedding. While you soak in the beauty of the venue, their caterers will treat your guests to a delicious feast, making your special day worth remembering. Moreover, the venue offers a parking space for almost 100 cars. Alcohol is served by the hotel itself and outside catering is not allowed here. The place has its own DJ and a music system to shake a leg.

If you are planning a rooftop wedding in Mumbai, then this places offers flawless services and transforms a simple wedding into a charming one.

Things To Make You Look Great On Your Wedding Day

Things To Make You Look Great On Your Wedding Day

  1. Choose your dress well in advance. Your dress is one of the most important items in your wedding plans, so make sure you take enough time to choose one that suits you – not your best friend, not your bridesmaids, and not your mother. For the day of your wedding, you’ll want a dress in which you can stand, walk and dance in without worrying about “wardrobe malfunctions” or causing you discomfort. Allow necessary time if you decide on having the dress made, but even if bought “off the rack,” you’ll need to factor in time for tailoring and any adjustments. Choosing a comfortable wedding dress will make you look natural on the wedding day, it also helps the wedding photographers and photographers to capture more great moments. Imagine if the bride has always to worry if her wedding dress will fall, she will not have a natural or pleasant facial expression, and it will make your wedding photographers and photographers have a hard time doing their job to capture the “great” moments.
  2. Choose a classic hair style. You don’t want to overpower your dress and headpiece with a flamboyant hair style or color that overwhelms everything else. Keep it simple and classic, and remember to practice the look you want at home or with your stylist before the wedding day. When we recorded a wedding in summer 2011, a bride chose a hair style that her hair covers half of her face. This couple chose to do the outdoor photo/video session by the lake in downtown Toronto. As you can imagine, it is very windy by the lake, her hair flies everywhere…
  3. Fix your nails professionally. Have your nails professionally manicured the day before the wedding. This is one thing you don’t want to do too far in advance. Reduce the chances of a broken nail, chipped polish; or, if using applied nails, reduce the risk of having one coming off by having your manicure as late as possible. If you are not inclined toward colored polishes or long fingernails, simply make sure that they are neatly trimmed, filed, polished, and buffed. Your hands will be the focus of attention when showing off that new wedding ring and for photos and video.
  4. Enhance your beauty with makeup. Makeup is the last thing you’ll need to worry over. It is done on the big day itself but you should have a test run before this. Don’t try to transform yourself into a different person with dramatic eye makeup or garish lipstick. Simply make the real you look better! This is also going to help you look good on the wedding photos and videos.
  • Use a slightly heavier hand than with your usual daytime makeup so that your photos won’t have you appearing washed-out looking, but don’t overdo it. And if your wedding is at night, with more subtle lighting, apply makeup as though you were going to a club or restaurant at night – a little heavier than daytime, but not too much! Avoid deep red lipstick as well as a too-pale pink. Frosted eye-shadows or lipsticks are definite no-nos. Taking your own photo with a digital camera or a camera phone is a good way to check your makeup before the wedding photos and videos.
  • Also, if you have sensitive skin, this is not the time to try a new brand. The last thing you want to do is head for the altar with blotches or zits thanks to an allergic reaction.

5. Prepare in advance to feel your best

  • The night before your wedding is not the time for partying, so get eight hours of restful sleep. If you’re having a rehearsal dinner, or a bachelorette bash, make sure that it ends early. Drink moderately or, better yet, not at all. Bloodshot eyes and a banging hangover will not make for a fun wedding.
  • Don’t gorge yourself the night before because we all know that there are strange forces at work which will try to make your wedding gown just a wee bit snug in the morning. Let alone the fact that it isn’t so pleasant feeling bloated! To overcome excitement and nerves, try taking a long walk – it can help with pre-nuptial jitters. A relaxing bath with soothing background music, a cup of herbal tea, and you should be ready to doze off with images of a happy future marriage in your dreams.

6. Be yourself.

  • It is absolutely normal to feel awkward when you are surrounded by the wedding photographers and photographers on the big day, especially for those who marry for the first time. Just try to think there is only your and your love when they are taking photos for you.
  • Modern professional photographers and photographers do not take lots of photo when they say “one, two, three, cheese”, instead, like our photographers and photographers, they capture the most natural moment by giving the couple some creative directions and then follow the flow to capture the great moments.

Imperative Benefits Of A Professional Mandap Hire

From perfect lights to venue draping, it is essential to make sure everything is up to the mark when planning for a wedding.

A wedding becomes successful when the arrangements are as per the desire. It becomes difficult to pay heed to each and every activity when the time is less and money is limited. Mandap is very auspicious as the bride along with groom takes a pledge there to take care of each other in every uncertainty and to hold each other till eternity. Thus, its decoration and value should not be compromised at any cost.

Do you have enough time to focus on specifications of mandap? Do you have any idea of putting up a great venue draping? If not, worry not. You can have the professionals of a mandap hire and can achieve the few benefits as mentioned below.

More ideas

By hiring professionals of mandap, an individual can assure new and innovative ideas that can give an awestruck moment to guests. They will ask the needs and expectations in advance; will execute the same with proper care and attention.

Budget

Don’t worry, these professionals will ask the bar or range of budget in advance. Their service is alterable as per the needs. They won’t create a contract without understanding the specifications and desires of customers.

Time efficient

The professionals not only provide quality but can also provide their services as per the said timings. Book for them and they will appear at your venue prior to the wedding. When wedding season approaches it is important to ensure everything is done on time.

Desired themes and decorations

Their team is very efficient in working on themes or designs requested by the bride and groom. From orchids to lilies they will arrange every decorative option. Having dealt with various clients they know the best and trending likable options.

Professional touch is guaranteed

Having expertise in the wedding industry, they know the value of putting up a great wedding and do not compromises quality at any cost. With them, one can assure an outlandish quality and service without any hassle.

A marriage is not only an event but is a point of time where lots of sentimental values are attached. It is important to make the day special and memorable for anyone. With the qualified experts of a mandap hire enjoy the above benefits and prepare for a wedding you ever wished for.

Limos, DJs + Happily Ever After

So you’re getting married… congrats! You have some bling on your finger, a smile in your heart, and a few dozen tabs open on your browser window at any given time. Not to mention all the tabs that are open in your brain.

The Questions Keep Poppins’

After that first all-important “YES,” there are many more answers, to many other questions before the big day. Once you’ve chosen a venue and a dress, it feels like you should almost be done, but wedding plans have a way of unfolding like an accordion, and what seemed like a short list suddenly extends into an unwieldy squeezebox of decisions.

  • What’s your budget, and how many grande lattes are you willing to sacrifice to its cause? How much does a wedding cost, anyway? Wow! How much does a SMALL wedding cost? How much does it cost to just elope and blow everything on the honeymoon?
  • If you happen to have a fairy godmother, a couple of mice, and a spare pumpkin around, you might be able to whip up a horse-drawn carriage on the cheap. Otherwise, make sure you put a line in the budget for wedding transportation. Will you roll up with your wedding party sipping champagne in a shiny white limo? Maybe you’re more of a party-bus-with-a-disco-ball couple. Or, if yours is a metropolitan romance, maybe you’ll just throw the train of your dress over one arm and hop on the subway.
  • How much does a wedding DJ cost? Like a GOOD wedding DJ who will pronounce your name right when you walk into the reception and won’t play the chicken dance song no matter how many times your father-in-law requests it.

Practically Ever After

As if all this weren’t enough, it’s probably not a bad idea to spend some time talking to your future spouse about all the parts of life that will happen after the vows have been exchanged and the confetti swept up. It may seem crazy to add to your already extensive to-do list. But look at it this way: a big deal life event like your wedding means you’re already in planning beast mode, so you might as well harness that energy and open up a few more tabs.

Will you combine your finances or keep everything separate and make each other promise not to look at the bank statements around holidays? If you’re planning to have kids, when should you start saving for their education? What about (ugh) life insurance?

Life insurance isn’t the most romantic subject, and it may not exactly be a typical part of wedding preparation, but if you think about it, there’s a lot of sweetness in extending your devotion to each other past “death do us part.”

So pick out your china pattern. Register for the 3,000 thread count sheets. But don’t forget about the things you can’t put on a registry. A life insurance plan might do more to help you sleep at night than the most buttery-soft pillowcase against your cheek.

Made for Each Other

If one major commitment feels like enough for right now, it’s OK to start small… maybe with a 10 year term life insurance policy. Term life insurance provides coverage for a predetermined amount of time (usually 10, 20, or 30 years). It’s a simple, affordable, alternative to whole life (or permanent) insurance.

When you make the decision to be with someone forever, you want it to be the longest forever possible. But if something terrible happens, and your time together is cut short, the second best scenario is that right from the start, you’ve chosen to protect each other, come what may. That’s a love that lasts longer than a lifetime.

Things to Consider While Using Wedding Decor

When it comes to weddings, the right decor can completely transform even the simplest of venues into the magical setting you always wanted it to be. This is a once-in-a-lifetime celebration that deserves nothing short of the very best of everything. But then, take a moment here to define what makes ‘best’ in terms of the decor for your wedding ceremony? Do you like flowers or lights? Glamour or simplicity? Extravagance or minimalism? What color scheme do you wish to follow? What about the stage – how do you want to make it look prominent? The chairs and tables? The pews and altar? Wow. didn’t think there would be SO MANY choices to make now, did you? Don’t worry – this article is here to sort out most of your confusions.

Here is a basic list of things that you should consider when finalizing and using you wedding decor:

Final plans for your celebrations

The eventual proceedings that you have planned for the day will have a major impact on your decorations. For example, whether the wedding will be indoors or outdoors? Are you planning a church ceremony or an informal event? The schedule, timing, day, predicted weather – all these factors should be taken into account while choosing your wedding decor.

Your overall theme for the day

Everything from the colors to the material used for decorations to the way your furniture has to be arranged will depend on the theme that you have picked out for the day. Picking out a central color scheme from the start will help you match everything related to the central theme perfectly. When it comes to items of wedding decorations, the most popular options are flowers, candles, and ribbons. You can use them in many creative ways to come up with ethereal decorations for a dreamy day.

Priority areas in the venue

Speaking about the decorations for your ceremony, the focus will primarily be on the altar or the altar equivalent as the focus and attention of all the guests will be on it. Some other important areas that will require special focus for decor are the pews and the doorway through which the bride and groom will enter. For the decoration of your reception area, the priority areas are the head table where you will be sitting and which will be the center point of the celebrations. Next choose some stunning centerpieces for the tables, decor for the entrance, and the dance floor.

Your overall budget for the party

This is the last and probably the most important factor to consider when it comes to planning your wedding venue decorations. If you are looking to save some money here, make sure that you keep your purchases to a minimum. Instead, choose wedding furniture and decor rental services and get the right items to deck up your venue without breaking the bank.

The right wedding decor is the key to making this special moment unforgettable. So if you are planning to get married soon, then don’t forget to consider these things while using wedding decor.