We Bid You A Fond Adieu ...Adding A Personal Touch By Offering Guests A Personal Thanks

Most couples want their ENTIRE wedding to be memorable, which is why many opt for an additional hour at the end, perhaps an "after party" with cordials and conversation, and an elaborate dessert hour complete with coffee, ice-cream and dessert bar that offers a panacea of tasty treats, including a customized cake, and sometimes, even a specialty cake just for the groom.

But, experts suggest that if you want to "add" to making a lasting and memorable impression, think "Hallmark Moment". By that they mean something profound and inspirational that will let guests just know how much you appreciate them joining you and just how much you care.

They recommend making one final toast before cutting the cake, so that even those that may cut out early, leave with the warm fuzzies of a personal thanks.