Weddings are a cherished occasion for all involved. From the happy couple, through to their families and friends, we help to create photographs that can keep physical memories available for years to come. As the leading provider of wedding mirror photo booths in Philadelphia, PA, and the surrounding areas, we also have some great advice for any couple planning a daytime wedding.

Plan for an Early Start

You and your guests could be waking up before daylight to ensure everything falls into place on your wedding day. Rising early shouldn’t be too tricky, as wedding nerves can mean a fairly sleepless night the day before the wedding. However, if you’re not a morning person, you might want to reconsider the time that you have booked your wedding for.

Consider Venue Logistics

As the wedding venue is more than likely to have hosted an evening wedding the previous day, remember that your vendors and decor arrangements may have to be put in place early in the morning. Also, the venue may have another wedding planned after your service on the same day. Bear this in mind as you may have to remove all your decorations and belongings shortly after your service.

Consider Your Guests’ Travel Arrangements

A mistake that some couples can make is not considering the travel plans of their guests. Sometimes, friends or family can ‘t get the day off work for the day before your wedding and have to travel on the wedding day. If you are planning a daytime wedding, be sure that all your guests receive enough notice so that they can update their schedules accordingly.

Don’t Forget to Feed Your Guests

When guests have traveled long distances for your big day, they will be hungry. Therefore, it’s worth considering adding brunch catering to your itinerary. If your budget doesn’t include cash for catering, make sure that you let your guests know in advance so that they can eat beforehand in order to hold them over before the ceremony.

For more information, or to rent wedding or corporate photo booths in Philadelphia, PA, call A+ Photo Booths now!