Out of Town Guests
Your first and foremost task
when preparing for out of town guests is to give as much
advance notice of the wedding as possible. Your next task is
to provide them with good directions to the hotel, your home
the wedding hall and reception hall. To that end make good use of
online maps for those who to not have access to GPS service.
It is always a good idea to go over
the directions with those who are not accustomed to travel. Suggest
that relatives car pool and pick up others in route.
For those who are driving, forming a convoy is both enjoyable and
safe. Delegate a family member to assist in flight booking. Make
sure all use any frequent flyers mile discounts as well as gas
coupons and club discounts to save funds.
Have local relatives assigned to meet and pick up relatives a
airports, train stations and rendezvous points.
Those who will be staying at one designated hotel can be
greeted by a welcoming party.
The welcoming parties primary responsibility
is to make the arriving guests comfortable with their surroundings
while also serving as an escort to the homes of local relatives and
tour guide to interesting spots in the area.
So Many Friends and Relatives!
The longer the list the higher the expense. How to get most if
not all to share in your wedding day.
Wedding A Most Memorable Occasion
The key to making your wedding meaningful and memorable is all in
the planning itself. This is a time to explore yourself. Principles
and traditions that are important to you. An opportunity to express
the depth of your love and trust in your husband to be.
Want to know what the bride to be would like as a gift? "My Wedding Planner"
features a gift registry
available for all brides to be.