We all want to have a grand entrance, but is “grand” really you? The day you get married should reflect who you are. In the theatre, when a character enters the stage, the way they walk, where they go and what they do are all things the audience use to understand that character. If yours is a small, modest wedding on a secluded part of the beach, you might want to reconsider rocking up in a 24-seat Hummer limo, releasing a flock of doves as you step out head to toe in gold attire while Avicii’s “Insomnia” remix blasts from the subwoofers. A classy entrance is an entrance that fits you.