Anyone who has ever participated in the planning or preparation for a wedding, large or small, can tell you that the ordeal can be quite a handful. There are a wide variety of merchants to deal with such as florists and bakers. Luckily, the tips and ideas here can help you make great wedding plans.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a great wedding. Many churches and religious buildings charge nominal or no fee at all. If you keep your guest list small, and avoid a meal time wedding, you can pull off a spectacular event on a very small budget.
An excellent way to save money on your wedding is not paying for a photographer. That doesn’t mean you can’t have video and still photos, it just means you need to be creative! Ask the best photographer in your family to do the photography for you, and then drop some hints that it would be great to get a photo album as a wedding gift. It worked for me!
A week before your wedding hits, make sure that you try on your dress again so that you can make any last minute adjustments. If you were to put on extra weight or lose weight in the month leading up to your wedding, you will need to have this taken care of.
Even if you have a wedding planner, make a checklist on the days leading up to the wedding, for things that you have to accomplish. This will allow you to take care of your personal needs so that you feel comfortable when the wedding day comes. Finish everything on this checklist for optimal success.
Make sure that the groom has appropriate socks for the wedding! Socks are such a small item that they may seem insignificant, but when he realizes that all his good socks are in the wash he may end up scrambling to buy a new pair at the last minute. Save him the hassle by picking him up a pair of “wedding socks” and keeping them aside for the big day.
While a perfectly matched place setting with plates, bowls, and silverware can create a dramatic, elegant, and timeless appearance for receptions and rehearsal dinners, it can also be extremely expensive. Instead, consider opting for plates, bowls, and utensils that share a common theme, such as a particular color, all floral prints, or a mismatched shabby chic look.
You know to provide the DJ with an idea of all the right music to play, but you should also give a list of all the wrong things he might play. An old song from your past may no longer be a favorite. Make sure to tell your husband-to-be what type of music won’t be played.
Now that you have picked up some valuable insider information into the wedding planning and preparation process, you are sure to find yourself more educated and confident in your ability to contribute to make the big day one to remember. These tips will help you plan your wedding or someone elses.