How to Plan the Right Wedding Event?
Hang on! Wedding planning can be like a roller coaster ride because there are too many things that you should take care of. You will be dealing with a lot of stuff like wedding photographers and you are going to have a headache with this. When you feel like you’re in over your head, you might need to go back to your list of priorities so that you can keep track of things that are very important for your wedding day. Here are some dos and don’ts that you should know about for the next few weeks, months, or year to come in your wedding planning:
- Make a list of priorities and stick to it. To keep focused on what’s truly important, put “Marrying the person I love” at the top of the list. If the caterer backs out or the dresses arrive in the wrong color, look at the no. 1 priority. Take family and friends up on their offers to help. Look in a mirror and repeat this sentence: I can’t do it all. So, you should give them a chance to help you out in your planning period.
- Be flexible. You’ll get better deals, have more options, and may be able to get something that would otherwise be out of your reach. Your top reception site that’s booked on a Saturday – the most popular day for weddings – may be available Friday evening or on Sunday morning and at a discount. Make time for each other. Set a weekly date night for just the two of you and try to talk about anything but the wedding plans. Stick to your normal routine as much as possible. Exercise, eat properly, and get plenty of sleep.
- Let other sway you. When you cut through all the wispy veils and appetizer samples, this day is about you. It’s not the wedding that your parents, your in-laws-to-be, or your best friend never had. The day belongs to you and your future spouse, so make it what you both want it to be – not what someone else thinks it should be. Get carried away? Your budget will suffer, and you’ll feel too guilty to enjoy all those little extras you splurged on.
- Expect perfection. There will be hiccups. There will be stresses. Get used to it – and laugh it off. Forget to update the budget. If you don’t continually replace the estimated costs with the actual expenses, you may wind up in the hole. Forget to say thank you. These are two words attendants who go the extra mile to help you find attire, the people who host showers, the parents who chip in their hard-earned money, and the guests who show their support won’t tire of hearing.
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