Rather than focusing on money and little details, the focus of a wedding ought to be on how much the couple love each other. The fact that you’re getting married is what it is all about. This piece can help you keep your focus on things that are really important.
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.
Your wedding photos will contain the memories of a lifetime. Hire a professional. Don’t be shy on spending money in this area as they can document this magical day to perfection.
Weddings are stressful. That is for sure. Whether it is big or small, there will be things that go wrong. Having a friend of confidant other than your soon-to-be spouse, will help you make it through the process. Having a friend who is on your side and who doesn’t throw their opinion in on what color the dresses should be, is a brides essential.
Make your wedding child-friendly. Chances are you’ve invited some guests who are going to bring their kids, and it will only benefit you to make some small accommodations that will keep them happy. Have the caterer to bring some kid-friendly cuisine and supply a few little parties favors to keep the children busy and well behaved on your special day.
If you and your soon-to-be significant other decide to register for gifts, do not forget to indicate on the registry whether or not the two of you are open to gift cards. Some friends and family members prefer to give gift certificates or gift cards in lieu of selected items, but are unsure of the bride and groom’s stance. Including this information can make others aware of your preferences.
Adding items to your wedding gift registry can be very overwhelming, especially if you register at a large department store. Do not be afraid to make multiple appointments, rather than trying to build your entire registry in a single day. This approach keeps the process stress-free. Consider building your registry by household area. On one trip, choose kitchen items, then bathroom goods, then items for the bedroom and so on.
Try to arrange transportation from the airport to the hotel or resort for guests arriving for your destination wedding. At worst, have your guests meet up and form groups so they can share the limo or cab costs. It’s already costing them a lot to be there; try to help them as much as possible!
Weddings should focus on the union and the love aspect of things and not just on providing the most eccentric decorations and atmosphere. By focusing on love, your wedding will be truly memorable. Implement these helpful advice and you’ll realize that the people, not the props, are the most important things in a wedding.