What’s your wedding day style? Take this quiz to find out if your style.
You prefer gatherings that are:
A. Formal with meaning.
B. Large and organized.
C. Casual and cozy.
D. Fun and unusual.
You think of your wedding as:
A. An occasion to celebrate with family and friends.
B. A social event for family, friends, and associates.
C. A quiet time to share with special friends and family.
D. An fun party you want all your friends to participate in.
What is most important to you:
A. Pomp and circumstance.B. Substance and style.
C. A private family event.
D. Something unforgettable.
Your wedding budget is:
Weddings are full of traditions, many of them with a history of superstition. Here are some of our favorites:
Candle lighting. In some Christian faiths, the bride and groom each hold a lighted candle and together light a third, known as the “unity candle”. It is a solemn ceremony symbolizing the joining of two souls to make one. If candles spurt or go out, evil spirits are supposed to be near, ready to cause mischief.
Kiss. In ancient times, Roman agreements were sealed…
Some of our favorite wedding rituals have some interesting origins. Here’s the story behind a few of them.
Candle lighting. In some Christian faiths, the bride and groom each hold a lighted candle and together light a third, known as the “unity candle”. It is a solemn ceremony symbolizing the joining of two souls to make one.
Kiss. In ancient times, Roman agreements were sealed with a kiss. A bride and groom are thought to exchange souls during their kiss in…
Almost every wedding has the following symbols. Have you ever wondered what started these traditions?
Wedding ring. The unending circle of a ring was thought to symbolize eternity; a wedding ring held the hope that love would last forever. The Egyptians, Greeks and Romans believed that a vein in the third finger travels straight to the heart. Medieval Christian grooms were said to place the ring part-way on the thumb, then index finger, then middle finger of the bride while saying the name of the Father, the Son and the…
At Mike Staff Productions we see a lot of brides and grooms that really do have their “dream day”. They usually share the following characteristics:
They are realistic about time. The number one cause for a delay on your wedding day is the amount of time it takes for hair and makeup. That early delay can kill your timeline for the rest of the day. Another time factor is the travel time between locations, especially if your travels will take you near a stadium on game day! Allow enough time in your plans so that…