Post # 1
So, I am getting married in my grandmothers back yard, simply because it is a tradition and she has a beautiful yard. She lives out in the country in central Texas and we are having it in June
BUT my theme is black and white and I would love to play dramatic music from Escala for everyone to walk down the isle to, and just make it dramatic.
Is it possible to do this? What time of day would be best?
I need help! Please!
Post # 3
Definitely afternoon/night as “dramatic” to me, is a nighttime wedding thing. Plus it’ll keep the temperature from being TOO hot. I think you can have whatever kind of wedding you want in or outside, big or small. As long as you carry that theme and make it obvious I don’t think it’ll be strange or anything.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2011 - Greenville Country Club
Sunset lends a lot of drama to an outdoor ceremony and reception. OR!!! You could do a twilight ceremony (not the movie ) with candles everywhere. Maybe your ladies could carry lanterns or incorporate candle light into the ceremony. I always like in church when the flame would get passed from person to person, pew to pew on Christmas Eve and the whole place would be lit up with just candles. Very intimate but dramatic.
Post # 5
I wanted an outdoor wedding, but I was afraid it would rain. You can def. do dramatic outdoors. If there are trees you could hang lanterns from them or wrap clear Christmas lights all over them. You could cover the aisle with white flower petals and line it with candles. Black tulle or satin sashes wrapped diagonally across the backs of white chairs. There’s a lot you could do.