A wedding is a very exciting time! However, it may also be a bit demanding to make various appointments around other people’s schedule. Then sometimes, too many choices may make it difficult to make a decision. Just remember to breathe! Use these tips to make your wedding day easier:
Make sure that you meet your partner’s friends and family before you tie the knot with each other. This is a very important thing to do, since you are going to be spending a lot of time around them after your marriage. Ascertain that you get along well and try to work out any issues beforehand.
When having an outdoor wedding, the food served can be greatly affected by the weather. If you are planning a wedding during hot weather, ask your caterer if they have experience in serving food when it is hot outside. If the food cannot be kept at the correct temperature, avoid foods that have mayonnaise and any other dishes that will need to be kept cold.
Never forget that your wedding is YOUR day, so YOU need to choose the items you want for it. Decorations, cake, food, dress, shoes, it’s all up to you. Don’t let your friends or family get bossy and try to turn it into their dream wedding or you’ll regret that mistake for the rest of your life.
Choose your reception venue with the guests in mind. If your family is mostly elderly then you aren’t likely to choose a location with a lot of stairs, or a big dance floor. If you have anyone in your family who is handicapped then you should ensure that the venue knows they’re coming and will make everything accessible to them.
When photographing a wedding, you must be prepared! Don’t forget to bring extra batteries, memory cards and cleaning materials, for your camera. Think up alternate photography locations, in case the weather goes bad. Attend the rehearsal, so that you will have a good feeling for what will be happening and where you should be at all times.
Vintage or antique place settings are a perfect addition to a retro or period-inspired rehearsal dinner or reception, but they are also extremely expensive. Instead of spending days trying to track down a complete set, consider private rental companies that, for a modest sum, rent out entire place settings, silverware, and serving utensils.
Almost essential to a wedding is a photographer. No wedding is complete without a pictorial representation thereof. Don’t you want to save those memories for a lifetime, and be able to years from now look at them and remember all the blissful feelings you had that day? By hiring a photographer you make this possible.
By not being too nervous, using a clear head and working hard, you can make sure your wedding is as rewarding as possible. Not only are you entering a new chapter into your life story, you’re going to be sharing this with the person you’re decided to share that story with. Congratulations! Enjoy you day!