How to Plan a Church Wedding
When planning a church wedding, consider the stricter rules and limitations of the facility, make sure the family is comfortable with a church ceremony and always give the church a donation for using the space. Plan a formal wedding in a church with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.
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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with Stress Free Events.net and I'd like to talk to you about planning a church wedding. Church weddings are traditional and beautiful. Things to consider in planning this is talking to the church that you want to get married at. See if they have any limitations for the use of their building. Many churches will not allow you to use flower petals or things that might be able to get ground into the carpet of their facility. They also don't allow nails or tape to be put up on different places. You need to consider these things when you're planning your wedding. Also, you need to consider your family that is going to be there. Make sure that everybody is going to be comfortable with the ceremony and that you're not going to be offending anybody by having this ceremony. Make sure they're all prepared in advance that this is a church wedding. These are definitely things that you need to consider. How is a church wedding different from another venue? They're definitely a lot more strict rules and regulations on planning a church wedding. They're more formal weddings and those things need to be considered. You do not want to upset the church. In many cases, you're getting married in a church that's been a family church for a long time. So, don't do anything that's going to upset the church and thus having your family be uncomfortable continuing to use that church. Also when using a church wedding, many of them do not have a specific cost for the wedding. If they don't, you can go on the website and check in your area to see what average costs are in the area for venues and make sure that you give a donation to the church. Don't leave them out. They are helping you out on your big day. These are things to consider with your church wedding.