One of the most important moments for a bride-to- be is announcing her engagement to friends and family. But how do you do this? There are many tried and true ways of doing it like holding an engagement party, sending out a letter, email, social media, or over the phone. But if you really want people to remember your engagement, it has to be done in an unforgettable way.
Create a Blog
Instead of spending a lot of money on paper and other props, you can make your own website or blog. It is a great way of keeping everyone up-to- date on everything from the date and time of the wedding to the reception. If you are not tech savvy and can’t build your website from scratch, there are many pre made websites for you to choose from.
A Creative Photo
Photo are a great way of being creative. You can do something simple like hold a beautiful sign announcing the engagement. If you want to do something more elaborate, pick a scene from your favorite movie or T.V. show or a famous historical moment.
Announcing your engagement on a card might seem old fashioned, but with enough effort, you can spruce it up. Do away with the traditional card and try to do something humorous like a cheesy pun. Or if you want to be taken more seriously without going the traditional route, then create a card that will truly capture the heart.
You and you partner can pick your favorite movie, put your Photoshop skills to the test, and create your very own engagement movie poster. Using your imagination, you can replicate tag lines from the film, but put an engagement twist on it.
Have everyone over for a dinner party of barbecue. There you can serve food that has a message on it. Drop subtle clues in throughout the night and at the end, make it obvious with your dessert. Some of the best food to use are sweets like cookies, cakes and brownies because of how small and easy they are to write the message on. It is a great way to end the evening and tell all your friends.
Make sure that not only your engagement but it’s announcement is a memorable moment for you and your loved ones.