How to Remember Your Wedding

When it comes time to tie the knot on your special day, your wedding day, it is, and should be, the most beautiful and important day of your life. It’s a celebration of two (usually) people coming together from a place of love to share their lives with one another, and “til death do [they] part” to beat it all. Therefore, it’s, itself, a celebration of love, but nonetheless deserves to be celebrated. So, you could stand to further commemorate the occasion, and many of us do. Here are some popular ways to do just that.

First and foremost, the most popular way to celebration this celebration of your love is with photography. This one barely warrants a mention because of how ubiquitous it is, but it can’t be overstated how much this tends to mean to couples. Photographs are one of the best tools we have for remembering moments in our lives that mean the most to us, so it’s no surprise that they have such a strong presence in the wedding scene.


Another somewhat obvious way to further celebrate your wedding is via a honeymoon. While you may not think it’s worth the money to go on a honeymoon, it’s worth consideration to find some time to be truly alone with your new spouse after your wedding. After all, you’ve never been more together with them and, ideally, anyone else. It only makes sense to take a little vacation to punctuate this important union.

Lastly, the latest wedding trend is that of livestreaming the ceremony. Video is just about the only way to preserve memories that is more effective than photography, and the burgeoning trend of livestreaming is the pinnacle of that idea. So, as long as you have a cell phone, like those on offer from AT&T, you can share the occasion in real time and later as a recording with those who couldn’t make it.