Brides who are looking at a second wedding often approach the entire process differently. Tradition frequently dictates that second-time brides should have a much smaller and more subdued wedding, but choosing to follow that piece of old fashioned etiquette is up to the couple.
Many second-time brides seek a more intimate, and less costly, celebration option for their vows, especially in situations where their first marriage started with a $20,000 or more wedding price tag. After all, marriages are about more than a wedding.
If you’re a bride looking to organize a stress-free, cost-efficient and gorgeous wedding, then a Las Vegas wedding is for you.
Skip the stress – you’ve already done that!
Many brides are easily caught up in the stress of wedding planning. Colors, flowers, seating charts and more — it can be a lot to organize just one wedding! A second-time bride has the option of skipping all the planning anxiety because she’s done it before – so why do it twice (especially if you didn’t like it the first time around)?
Instead, consider a chapel-style wedding that will leave you feeling just as beautiful, pampered and stress-free. Many of WeeKirk’s packages include hair and makeup, dress selection and more, making it easy to take in the moments of your special day.
And, a wedding planner helps coordinate each wedding. Let them stress, not you!
Differentiate your vows
Whether brides and grooms made it to the altar a second time due to divorce or loss of a spouse, they’ll want the memory of their second wedding to be outstanding, and drastically different from wedding number one. A Las Vegas wedding is just the option for doing so because there are so many options that can fit a couple while standing apart from the traditional church and reception format.
This is the perfect time for outgoing and bold brides to step outside of the box in terms of attire. Many first-time brides go the traditional route in terms of the poufy white dress. But, second-time brides are free to add colors, pizzazz and try on those dresses they at one time admired, but thought were too loud. Why not have fun?
And of course, save on wedding expenses
One of the biggest discusses a couple can have about a second wedding is the cost. With a Las Vegas chapel wedding, couples can spend a few hundred dollars or less (depending on packages, add-ons and other services), usually equating no more than 10 percent of what a bride may have spent on her last wedding or a second wedding back home.
When couples factor in the destination — a Vegas wedding lets you tie the knot and celebrate in one place — the costs are beyond efficient. Other couples may not want a huge celebration the second time around, and want to focus more on the vows and celebrating. Even better, since Vegas is the perfect spot to explore and celebrate during the first days of a new marriage.
So, why stress and spend more? A Vegas wedding is the perfect place to get hitched, without all the planning anxiety and the large price tag.