Wedding Planning

Congratulations, you are on the way to wedded bliss. Now that you are engaged, you and your fiancé have to begin planning your wedding, and it may become a bit impossible to hard to figure out where to start!

If you remain ignorant about the many important wedding details and not so important aspects of your forthcoming wedding, you are hell bound to a disaster. But it is easy to plan every step of the way and ensure that each and every aspect of your wedding is perfectly organized and is executed smoothly and with precision.

  • Check out wedding gowns to wear on the great day. Visit the shops and short list your choice from thousands of gorgeous wedding gowns in their albums.
  • Get inspired by events from history and contemporary events. Think out of the box for that really lively fun theme. Decide on the location and remember to book it very, very much in advance, because you never know if the desirable choice location will be available.
  • Get started by making a wedding checklist and listing out the steps and marking out the dates when to do each one. The checklist should be personalized month-by-month with as detailed a to-do list as possible. Schedule your appointments with florists, hairdressers, beauticians, etc. so that you do not forget and get it done as scheduled.
  • Budget your wedding outlay, come up with your number and plug it in. Check the average costs for each item in current weddings so that you know how much to budget. Keep track of all your payments, add or delete items as needed, and check how much money you will have left.
  • Follow the advice in these getting started links to choose the right vendor and to get the right contract: some of them you need to contact are the Officiate, Florist, Cake Baker, Musicians, Photographer, Videographer, Invitations.
  • Do not make the mistake of pushing all the planning till the end. You will surely run out of time, be hassled over the smaller items no end, and your budget will go through the roof. Get cracking and get as much done as possible in the first few months so that the last few months won’t be one crazy rush!
  • Set aside time so that one day in a week you will focus on the wedding details and iron out possible glitches beforehand. This eliminates confusion and cuts costs where it really matters.
  • Share duties, divide the chores, and split the assignments so that you both do he necessary work as planned. And it just cannot be stressed enough, keep talking about everything so that neither you nor him miss any part of the action and neither do you double book or double cancel things, events or appointments etc. by mistake.
  • Be flexible enough to adjust to the things that may not happen and be happy with those that will happen.
  • Most importantly, read the fine print before signing every contract and ask about cancellation policies and fees. Also ask if there’s a grace period to cancel just in case you change your mind or something happens and you need to postpone the wedding (you never know)