Hi everyone! For this post we are going to talk about a new trend that is taking the wedding industry by storm, camo weddings! Most are somewhat surprised to hear about this stuff, but hey, it’s new, it’s fun, and lets learn about it!
#1 Get the Camo Food Right
Guess what! Anyone who is going to throw this type of wedding is probably an outdoor type of person. They love being outside and if everyone is going to dress up in camo, you might as well get the food right. Go for a BBQ kind of theme, just don’t’ keep it cheesy. Do something like have a “goat roast” or something to that extent. You’ll find that most people will be much happier with the food than simple hot dogs, yet it will be more than a transitional weddings spread.
#2 Get the Right Ring
Hell! If you are going to get dressed up, might as well get the some thing going on with your wedding bands. There are a lot of different types of camo wedding rings out there, take advantage, they also tend to be much more affordable than the most rings.
#3 The Best Dress
Good news, the dress can come in both camo and white. You will get both the “outdoor” feeling as well as the “Pure” white that weddings demand. You will be shocked at how many different dresses are out there and the price ranges that they are in.
#4 Location, Location, Location
This is perhaps the best part, you get to be outside! If you are more traditional, try to finding a wedding hall that has an outdoor area with a “woody” kind of feel. Heck, everyone will have a lot of fun putting their camo to use and try to hide in the woods.
#5 Camo the invitations.
Let your guests know what they are getting into. These weddings are not very common and you want to give everyone a heads up. Make it very clear on the card and give it a camo theme. Once they open it up they will know how to dress for the upcoming occasion.
#6 Get the Gifts right
Do your best to make it clear they you do or do not want camo style gifts and decorations. Typically folks will buy crossbows, guns, more camo, and anything that has anything to do with hunting. If you don’t want this stuff, perhaps make a wedding registry with a lot of NON camo related stuff. However, if you want hunting gear, look forward to your new gifts
I think that wraps up the camo wedding guide. Do you have any more ideas and suggest?
What would you do differently?