How to Plan a Military Wedding
Plan a military wedding by picking a site with adequate room for everyone in the military company, adding military touches to invitations and making sure the military participants are in full dress uniforms. Consider doing an arch of sabers for the bride and groom to walk through during a military wedding with tips from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.
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Interested in planning a military wedding? I'm Rochelle Saenz, here to give you a tip on how. When planning a military wedding start with the site. Anything will do, but you want to make sure that you have adequate space, as you want to make sure that you can invite everyone from the accompaniment of those that are in the military. Then, think about setting the scene, everything from the invitation going forward. On your invitation you might think about adding a gold braiding, or something with a sword within it. This sort of indicates that this is a military style wedding. Of course, adding the rank onto invitation will tell them too. When you go through the ceremony attire is important. Make sure that they're in full dress for their uniform. This'll really set the scene. After the ceremony tradition calls. You have to do the arch of sabers. The bride and groom traditionally will walk through the arch of sabers, and even get a little slap on the back with a saber at the end. During the reception it's a traditional reception, full of fun and lots of flair. That's the best way to have your military reception. I'm Rochelle Saenz, of Rochelle Marie's EVENTS by DESIGN, giving you a tip on how to plan your military ceremony.