Second Wedding Tips
This time around, simpler is better: Find party tips and ideas for throwing a second wedding.
KEEP IT SIMPLE
For a second wedding, try to keep the ceremony mellow. Dress simply, with an unembellished style in and off-white or bisque. The groom could wear a dark suit with a light or bright solid tie. Forgo a wedding party and go solo at the altar. Finally, add a personal touch by writing your own vows.
A simple bouquet of roses for the bride keeps with the no-fuss, no-muss theme of a second wedding.
After a morning ceremony, serve a home-cooked brunch for your guests. Try it buffet-style so guests can happily serve themselves.
Keep the food simple, like a Southern spread of monterey jack-and-bacon stuffed jalapeños and crab dip.
Instead of a full wedding cake, try a smaller, less traditional dessert, like these raspberry mousse tartlets.
Don't forget favors! Give out simple swag, like these cappuccino-scented, mug-shaped candles, with personalized tags.