It absolutely seemed to friends and family that Jason and Sara were deeply in love, marriage seemed a couple of steps into the land of adulthood. Neither of them felt ready to become married people but they did not want to be apart. Their age was right, the level of career achievements in both of their work lives was well-adjusted. They decided to leave their immaturity in the past and move forward into a mature married life without completely losing their childlike love for fun and laughter.
Their age was right, the level of career achievements in both of their work lives was well-adjusted, they decided to leave their immaturity in the past and move forward into a mature married life without completely losing their childlike love for fun and laughter.
Almost instantly, friends and family began to invite the engaged couple over for dinner, for cocktails, for large and small gatherings where there were engagement presents handed to them, congratulations slapped upon their backs.Jason and Sara felt so much love that went around. Their entire world was truly happy and excited for them. Almost all of them had questions about the planning of the wedding, and there were few answers at this early stage of event planning.
By September with weeks of reading wedding website articles and reading the contemporary bridal magazines behind them, Jason and Sara settled most of their wedding planning plans and felt really good about them. What decisions remained:
Jason and Sara chose to have an interfaith wedding ceremony. They struggled for a while to even decide to include faith at all in their wedding. But in the end, both of them felt that the blessings from a universal spirit of whatever denomination, whatever it may be called, would be a positive addition to their wedding ceremony. The very last group of items that they included in their wedding plans were the choice of wedding favors. And bridal magazines, on wedding websites and on the advice of many friends and relatives, there were many choices to be made. Some people offer very traditional advice, While others offered suggestions for wedding favors that were simply non-starters. When Jason's cousin recommended using wedding sunglasses as a wedding favor, their interest was piqued. This is what they wanted, their friends would love it, their families would love it. There is an extra bonus when it comes to ordering wedding sunglasses. For those at work, for example who were not invited to the wedding but still felt close enough to. Sunglasses as a souvenir from the wedding is a great leftover. So even though Jason and Sara planned for 150 guests to have the gift of wedding sunglasses, they ordered 200 pair. In the days and weeks that followed their wedding, the return from their honeymoon and their return to work, Jason and Sara were able to give wedding sunglasses out to their co-workers and distant relatives as they came upon them. It was a really nice way to extend the wedding gestures to people who could not or were not invited to the wedding event itself.