Saying Thank You
Organising a wedding takes a timely period of careful planning and preparation. There are usually infinite complications and difficulties, ranging from family feuds to a sudden change of financial capability, to venue cancellations…the possibilities are endless. However, when you have a solid team of helpers around you, whether it is your hired professional wedding planner, or perhaps a more generic wedding hotel coordinator, or even your enthusiastic mother in law, it is usually these people who are instrumental cogs in the wheel that is your wedding.
However much time you spend planning the perfect execution of the five course wedding dinner; the repertoire of the string quartet and the colour coordination of the bridesmaids with the floral arrangements, it is not any of these things, ultimately, that will make your day truly unforgettable.
Instead it is the more human, personal touches that will help you to remember it for hopefully many happy years to come. The speeches are one vital part of any successful wedding. Getting the perfect balance between the amusing and the affectionate, along with the occasional prerequisite tear jerking moment (particularly when it comes to the father of the bride) is certainly an art form. When it’s done well, though, the speeches can be the most touching part of the whole day.
It is usual, as well, for your close friends and family to provide a few pleasant surprises throughout the course of your wedding day, whether it comes in the form of a gift or some kind of special gesture.
The result is that once your wedding is over, you might find yourself with a lot of people to thank, and there are many ways in which you may choose to do so. Chocolates are always much appreciated, as are flowers or a good bottle of bubbly. However, if you really want to show someone your appreciation, you could go for a whole hamper, full of treats. For an added element of surprise, why not have it mail ordered before you go off on your honeymoon, so it will be delivered while you are away? Check out the internet for sites such as Interflora, who offer these sorts of delivery services. Start by having a look at their hampers, which are full of fruit, gourmet specialties and luxury treats to say an opulent thank you to those who played their part.