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Wedding Venue ‘First Look’ Locations

Getting An Advance Look At Your Wedding Venue

Whether you know a lot about wedding before your own or not, you know the basic traditions. The couple isn’t supposed to see each other before the ceremony, right? It’s bad luck! Well, couples make their own luck and marriage is about the two people involved and no superstitions. When the big day comes, it’s up to the two people involved in the soon-to-be marriage as to whether or not they’d like to see each other before the ceremony. Here are a few reasons to go forward with a “first look” before you say, “I do.”

It Can Calm The Nerves

If you don’t want to shake like a leaf as you approach the altar, having a first look at your spouse-to-be can really help. It can calm your nerves for one thing. This is the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, so it makes sense that they should be able to comfort you.

Enjoy Privacy

When you go through the ceremony, you’ll have all of your witnesses and guests looking at you the whole time, trying to see how you react to one another. If you’d like to experience the emotional moment of first looks intimately and privately, having something before the wedding is a great idea.

Place Pictures First

Of course you want pictures of the big day and there are often lots of different arrangements and poses you want with various people. If you want to be able to enjoy the rest of the day with your family and friends after the ceremony, seeing your spouse before the wedding and then taking pictures first can allow you to do so.

Be Fresh For The Ceremony

You might be worried about what will happen to your makeup when you see your betrothed for the first time. It’s an emotional moment! See your fiancé before the event begins and then you can freshen things up, so you look just as you want for the big moment to come.

Wedding Venue Options For The First Look

If you decide to move forward with a first look before the ceremony, you will want to check with your wedding venue and see what the options are for that private moment. For destination weddings on the beach, there might be a place off to the side where you can go, a bit hidden away, to have that special intimate moment. You could also consider meeting in the hotel where you will be staying for a few minutes before you move to the wedding venue location. The options are there, you just have to decide if the first look is what you want or not.

Dream Beach Wedding Venues Help

Whether you want a first look before the ceremony, or you want your first look to be down the aisle, Dream Beach Wedding can help make it happen. Contact the wedding planning experts and ask your questions to put your mind at ease for the big day.