Showing posts from November 29, 2009

Wedding Tip - Sound For Your Outdoor Ceremony

Continuing the trend of outdoor ceremonies, 2010 is shaping up to be another year in which prospective Bride & Groom's are forging their own direction in customized weddings. Having an outdoor ceremony provides a more relaxed setting and circumvents many of the time restraints involved in a church ceremony but still accomplishing some of the religious aspects. One overlooked part of the outdoor ceremony is the sound.... or lack thereof. Whilst having an outdoor ceremony may be romantic; the fact that your guests did not hear a word of those beautiful vows makes the whole event somewhat lacking. It is critically important that your outdoor ceremony have reliable sound reinforcement that allows ALL your guests to hear the officiant and the Bride & Groom. Remember, depending on the location, outdoor events are at the mercy of the elements, birds, passing vehicles and a myriad of other distractions. We recommend that at least a lapel microphone attached to the officiant s