Many people who are contemplating getting married will never have heard of a butterfly wedding. Having never heard of the concept, it’s no surprise that they will never have considered having one! A butterfly wedding can create a truly memorable and colourful experience for both the bride and groom. In simple terms at a butterfly wedding, dozens of butterflies are let free at the end of the wedding. This is a fantastic alternative to the traditional throwing of rice or confetti. A butterfly wedding can be a unique way to celebrate this very special day.If you are thinking of having a butterfly wedding, it is a relatively simple process to organise. You can buy the butterflies from any butterfly farm many of which can be found online. When you have placed your order, the butterflies are air expressed to you overnight so that they arrive on your wedding day. Every precaution is taken to ensure that the butterflies are shipped safely and so that no damage to them occurs. The butterflies are shipped in a specially designed box with the perfect living environment. At the ceremony, once the package is opened and the butterflies are exposed to the light and… Read full this story
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