Getting married is a big milestone in your life. Ideally, you only get married once, so you want it to be memorable. One way that you can do that is to do a dove release at some point in your ceremony. Some people choose to do it after they say I do, and others do it after leaving the building where the ceremony was held. When you choose to do it depends on where your venue is and what the weather will be. If you are going to release doves, there are things that you need to know before you do it.
The doves you can get from a company that does dove releases are generally white homing pigeons. They are close cousins, but pigeons tend to be a little larger. The reason that they are usually homing pigeons is that they are always going to be able to find their way home. Once you release them, the doves will fly home so that they are safe and can be used again at another event.
While you could probably buy some doves from somewhere, the best thing to do is to work with a company that offers the services of trained birds. The birds will be trained to fly when released, and they may be trained to put on a little bit of a show instead of just flying away immediately. If you go buy some random doves, they may be too shocked to fly off, and even if they do fly, they may not fly far away because they may be confused. Trained birds aren't going to have that issue, and you will get the symbol that you are looking for.
To have a safe dove release, the weather has to be clear. It can't be rainy, too windy, and it can't be too cold. The company that provides the doves can tell you the ideal conditions for a dove release. They may also be able to help you with backups in case the dove release has to be canceled because of weather issues.
If you are getting married, you want it to be special. There are several things that you can do. One of them is to do a dove release. If you are going to do that, you need to know a few things before you get to the actual release.
To learn more about having a dove release for special occasions, reach out to a local service provider.