When couples customize their wedding, they’re mostly focused on a checklist of elements that will make it a great celebration, a special time to remember and a moment when their friends and family can witness their union in love.
And rightly so. Assembling a wedding is no easy feat and few things can be left to chance. We know and understand that.
But what we also fully know and understand is that there is a very human dynamic that is part of the event. Family, relatives, friends, co-workers, and others must be welcome and comfortable at the ceremony and beyond.
Personalization is an ingredient we ‘re ever conscious of as people gather. We take special care through the pre-wedding process to learn about the people dynamic that will be present and how we can best address it if need be.
Sometimes this means spending time before the wedding with one of the parents or relatives to listen to them if they have a concern or anxiety, and to offer advice and counsel in return.
Other times, it’s a gesture or affirmation during the service that helps enjoin the new, extended families, in a symbolic or poignant way. And still, at other times, it’s something much more subtle such as a word to say or background to know about when introduced to an attendee, or a nod to a grandparent during an important part of the service.
Our goal is not simply to give you the wedding of your dreams. We want to ensure that each and every person who joins you on that day has a deep, personal and profound experience that they, themselves, will remember for the rest of their lives.