If modern couples have been putting all of their wedding planning efforts into crafting the ultimate reception space, after April 29, more and more nearlyweds will likely be going all out for their ceremonies again.
"I think that brides are really going to be saying 'Kate Middleton looked pretty great walking down that big aisle at the church.' Let's focus back on the ceremony versus everything being focused on the reception again," wedding expert Ciara Daykin told CTV News.
If you feel like you may want to follow suit, keep in mind that a lavish ceremony doesn't have to equate to no fun at your reception. If you have to allocate your budget accordingly, figure out where you can cut corners - usually the most effective way to do this is by shortening your guest list, renting a less expensive venue to host the reception or spinning your own tracks in lieu of a DJ.
For those who wish to have the fairytale ceremony of their dreams, don't let wedding favors get in your way. Offer something sweet and affordable to guests - small edibles are a treat for anyone, and you can rest assured that those mini wedding brownie favor pops will satiate sweet tooths across the board.