When it comes to romantic relationships, one of the most romantic moments for a couple can be the moment when they get engaged. However, actually planning the wedding can sometimes be far from romantic, in fact it can be downright stressful. Here are some ideas for couples who want to make planning a wedding just as enjoyable as the thought of the wedding itself.
When sending out your wedding invitations, remember that it is your day, so avoid any person or combination of people that will ruin it in any way for you. It may be an insult to someone not to be invited, but if having them at your wedding will cause even the slightest of issues for you or your future spouse, it is really in your best interest to keep them off your guest list.
One way to add glamour to your look on wedding day is to research the possibility of renting diamonds to add to your ensemble. This helps you turn heads during the ceremony without turning your bank balance into a bunch of zeroes.
One of the things that you can do to make sure that everything looks good is to choose a bathroom buddy. This person can sit next to you in the bathroom to give you another set of eyes to analyze your dress, accessories and the makeup that you will wear on your wedding day.
If you’re having trouble coming up with a gift for your wedding guests, think of something useful. My parents had matchbooks printed with their wedding date, which was great when they got married as no one knew smoking was bad yet. Today I might have a candle with a tag engraved the wedding date instead as it’s far more healthy for them to burn that!
It is important for brides-to-be to stay calm during the wedding planning process. Many women get stressed out when planning their wedding, and end up taking their frustrations out on those around them. Take a deep breath and remember that this is one of the most important events of your life, so you should be happy.
Here’s a fun tip – practice your wedding kiss! You want to make it sincere and not sexy, not too short but not too long. NO TONGUE! Practice how you’ll hold your partner’s face, if you choose to, or where your hands will be otherwise. You only get one shot, so you’ll need LOTS of practice beforehand!
If you have your heart set on a destination wedding, make sure you choose the end location carefully. You’ll want to pick a place that is meaningful to both of you, but also consider how many people will be able to afford to join you. You may choose a location closer to home to ensure your family can be there.
A couple that keeps these tips in mind will probably find that planning their wedding brings them closer together. Learning to plan a wedding together is a great way to build the foundation for planning a marriage and a life together. These tips will help any couple invest not just in having a romantic wedding, but also in having a successful long-term romantic relationship.