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Do not overlook any details as you plan your wedding

It can be so much fun to plan your wedding. To show who you and your partner are as a couple, and to celebrate your passions and relationship together, is such a wonderful occasion. There are so many details that go into planning a wedding, from your cake to your décor. The list of creative possibilities does not seem to end.
On the other hand, with so many details to plan, it can be hard to remember them all. Very important details can start falling by the way side. Once forgotten, that is one less important detail you could have used to make your wedding unique, and complete.

Here at I Thee Wed, we want you to be able to have the wedding of your dreams, without losing any precious details. That is why we have compiled a few important wedding details to not overlook as you plan your wedding, so be sure to continue reading to learn more:
·         Under the dress. As you ensure that your dress fits, and all important alterations are made, it is important to ensure that you have everything you need under the dress. Gathering the perfect garment, paired with the right bra, is crucial to your wedding day ensemble. You would not want to be running around before your wedding, searching for a bra that helps sustain that stunning plunging neckline, would you? Having your bra and garments ready for your big day is the perfect way to ensure that you are not settling for a less than ideal bra or garment, or worse, going without them completely. On a side note, taking your garments to your final fitting helps assure you that you are wearing the right ones for your dress.
·         Accessorize your flower girl. As if choosing a wedding dress and bridesmaids dresses was not enough shopping fun, you also choose the flower girl’s dress! The shopping does not end there though! Finding the perfect accessories for your darling flower girl is a great way to complete her look. Perhaps you can find the cutest shoes to fit her dress, or a charming bracelet. There is also the option of finding her beautiful hair accessories, or creating her a gorgeous floral crown. This also serves as a great thank you gift for her doing such a wonderful job on your wedding day.
·         Let them eat cake. The wedding cake is definitely a huge highlight for your guests. They get to sink their teeth into an absolutely scrumptious dessert. The cake is so important, there is even a cake cutting ceremony for you and your partner, where you will feed each other cake. You can make the most of your cake cutting ceremony with gorgeous cake table serving utensils. Engraving you serving utensils with your initials is another great way to add your own personal touch to your day. You can even kick it up a notch with a detailed cake stand, and fresh blooms.

There is so much potential to make your big day everything you have ever hoped it would be, and it all comes down to the details. Here at I Thee Wed, we offer our wedding planning services to help you create the wedding of your dreams. If you are ready to start planning your great Cincinnati area wedding, be sure to contact us today.

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