You look breathtakingly stunning, your hair looks perfect, your dress is just divine, your face is as pretty as a picture and oh my goodness your feet are killing you. You can naturally take your shoes off but who wants to do that, particularly when you went to so much difficulty ensuring everything looked perfect. You need to look dazzling and your shoes need to take you thru to the end of the day without giving you even a touch of pain. I know at least 3 folks who modified into their Reeboks for their marriage reception because their feet could stand no more of the discomfort from their marriage shoes. If you're not used to wearing high heels choose for a lower heel but try and target for a minimum of two inches, three being perfect. This is hard but often required if the pricetag per guest is going to break your financial position. Think about inviting only kin with whom you've got an intimate relationship rather than everybody related to you. Reserve a block of rooms for your visitors many months before the marriage for the best rates. When making plans for your rite and reception at a hotel, ask to chat to a chief who is in control of these services. A chief should be in a position to supply the most acceptable rates for the hotel's services. Hostels and catering halls have their own "props" and centerpieces that they're pleased to loan. Always ask for no less than ten percent off stated rates. On your marriage day stick to your schedule for your rite and reception. Many homes of worship have halls that are supplied to handle marriage receptions at reasonable fees-especially if you're an affiliate.