One of the most crucial components of the wedding planning process is the timeframe. It is commonly broken down into tiny details for each month leading up to the big time and helps newlyweds stay on top of their to-do names. A good idea to look at your wedding day to determine how long your ceremony and reception does continue, since this will determine how much time to allocate for each day.

The majority of Latinx couples I work with are passionate about incorporating a few wedding customs that honor their traditions or respect the nation they were born in. In order to make their marriage more real, Meaghan and Fernando added cozy headbands from Lima as well as highlight items like tequila baskets and fruit cake toppers.

Most of my wives, on average, likely incorporate the custom of a send off into their wedding and reception programs. In essence, the couple does walk down the steps where everyone is gathered with confetti in finger and then leave the church jointly after greeting their guests in a receiving line and taking photos with their bridal party. It’s a nice way to end the day, lasting roughly 20 minutes.

Padrinos and madrinas are a common wedding custom. These are typically godparents and special family members who assist with some of the more extensive wedding planning tasks.