Ceremony Drama — Just in time for the Academy Awards … here are a few ways to create drama during your ceremony

February 24, 2012 at 6:56 pm 1 comment

Create an unforgettable wedding day for you and your guests by adding drama to your ceremony by including a touch of pizazz such as fireworks displays, dove releases, butterflies, bubbles or wedding bells ringing. Special effects enhance the overall experience and make a lasting impression. Read on for some delightful ideas and inspiration on adding a little dramatic flair to your big day.

Fireworks

Add some bang to your wedding day with an exciting fireworks display, a crowd-pleasing way to celebrate. Fireworks displays are a great option for weddings that take place at sunset or night. Select a location that allows fireworks and be sure to follow all local laws regarding their usage. Choose a professional pyrotechnic company that specializes in custom fireworks shows. Ask if they can customize a display for your wedding using your wedding colors and choreograph it to music and lights. Expect prices to vary depending on the type of show and services requested.

Dove Release

Releasing white doves at your wedding is a romantic gesture and a classic symbol of eternal love and peace. There are many ways to release doves; from a cage to individual handheld baskets. Dove releases work best for outdoor locations during the day, allowing room for the birds to take flight. Inquire with local and reputable companies that specialize in dove releases for weddings. Compare prices and expect costs to vary according to the number of doves, the location and release format.

Butterflies

Did you have butterflies when you first kissed? Celebrate your ceremony with a sky filled with fluttering butterflies, a unique and unusual way to add drama to your daylight wedding. Be sure to do your homework before selecting butterflies for your wedding. According to the International Butterfly Breeders Association, all butterfly releases require permits and are highly regulated. Be especially mindful when choosing a butterfly supplier and the possible effects on the local ecosystem. For further information and details on butterfly releases, click here.

Bubbles

Bring out the kid in your wedding guests by giving everyone soapy fun bubbles to playfully blow in the air. The benefits of bubbles include low impact on the environment and they make a wonderful alternative for use in venues that do not allow the throwing of rice or flower petals. Bubbles are appropriate for day or night ceremonies. Many wedding suppliers offer bubbles in a variety of decorative and custom containers. The key to using bubbles successfully at your wedding is communicating to your guests the exact time to blow, such as “Please blow when we leave the chapel.” Take the time to send your guests instructions before your wedding via text, email or attach directions to the bottles.

 Wedding Bells

Let the cheerful sound of bells announce your new life together as a married couple. No matter if your bells are small and handheld or enormous church ringers, the beautiful chimes of bells from tiny tinkles to deep reverberations adds a sense of elegance and merriment to your wedding day. If your venue offers bells on the premises arrange to ring them after your ceremony or provide all your guests with small bells to ring as you depart the premises.    

Learn more about more ways to add flair and drama to your wedding at the Great Bridal Expo, a national show providing couples an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a variety of local and national businesses who want to make your wedding dreams come true. Click here for tickets.

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