Unless you have a professional chef and a financial planner at your disposal, you need help planning your wedding! From the food, the expenses and the entertainment to a million other details, there is so much to do. Do yourself a favor and read on for some fabulous advice on making your wedding easier, less stressful and of course, one unforgettable party!
At your bridal party, try to make things as fun as possible with the people that you love. Have manicures and pedicures done to reward the people who made the biggest impact in your life. This will help to keep things casual as well, so that the mood is set for the party.
For an outdoor wedding, try to place your guests away from staring into the sun. The sun should be on your guests’ backs so that they are not blinded while trying to watch you take your vows. You can also try planning your wedding where the sun will benefit you, by providing a beautiful sunset behind where you and the groom will be standing.
One of the things that you can do to show the support that you have for your church is to get your priest to do your wedding. This will make things feel personal on the day of your nuptial, especially if you are a devout Catholic and have a strong bond with the leader of your church.
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!
When you are planning your wedding, and you just don’t have the time to spend on every little detail, consider hiring a wedding planner to take care of those things for you. A wedding planner doesn’t have to plan the entire affair for you, and most would be happy to take on fewer tasks for a lesser fee and the ability to handle other jobs alongside your wedding.
Thank your guests for attending your destination wedding with extra events, so that you can give them the trip of a lifetime. Start with a welcoming dinner at a nice restaurant on the day that they arrive, allowing them to relax and not have to worry about finding a place on their own.
Unless you are throwing a gala event, keep the guest list realistic and keep it small. Invite the most important people in your life first; family and close friends. Do not branch out much further than this and it will keep your wedding intimate and make sure that you have time to socialize with everyone you invite. Too many guests will keep your running trying to acknowledge them all.
Hopefully you have learned a few things to take a bit of the burden of wedding planning off of your shoulders. As hectic and involved as your wedding will be, remember it is also supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life! Plan and prepare with the help of the advice in this article and also be sure to schedule as much fun, laughter and romance as you can!