Weddings

Wedding Wednesday: Personalization on the rise

Weddings should reflect the style and character of the bride and groom. A generic wedding is no fun. The best, most meaningful weddings are those that really “fit” the happy couple.

weddingphotoPart of making a wedding special is personalizing invitations, decorations, parts of the ceremony, etc. Couples can personalize just about everything involved in a wedding.

Personalization is on the rise in the U.S. Couples want to express their unique style, and not just in the decor and vows. Increasingly, couples are choosing venues that reflect their style and character.

According to a recent study by theknot.com: Since 2009, historic buildings/homes and farm venues have grown in popularity. Historic buildings/homes make up 14% in 2014, compared with only 12% in 2009, and farms make up 6% in 2014, up from 3% in 2009. While banquet halls (22%), country clubs (11%) and hotels (11%) are still popular options for couples, about 40% are looking for unusual venues that better reflect their personality.

Couples shouldn’t stop at the venue. The vows, the dress, the tuxes, the ceremony, should all reflect the couple’s personality. It will make the ceremony and reception more fun and memorable for the couple and the guests.

At Cre8 Salon and Spa, we love helping people express themselves. If we can help you, call 239-458-2704 for an appointment.

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