The time has finally come, and you will be married soon. Planning your wedding is no small task. However, with the right advice you can plan an event that will give you some of your best memories. Read on and you will find some tips that can turn potential chaos into beauty.
To save money, choose a date that is not when most people typically get married. Traditionally, weddings take place between May and September. Wedding venues are usually more expensive during this time. If you still want to have your wedding during this time, be sure to make all your arrangements well in advance so you receive the best possible deal.
When serving food at your wedding, the style that the food is served can vary the price. For a formal dining setting, it will be high price. If you go with a buffet style, you can save money, and allow your guests the options of picking what they want and how much they want.
If you can’t have a limo for your wedding, dress up the cars you’re going in. Put on crepe paper flowers, streamers and whatever else the owner will let you dress it up with. It will make you feel like you have your own customized coach, so you don’t really need a limo anyway.
Include your fiance in planning your wedding or he’ll end up feeling like it wasn’t really his day at all. If he says he doesn’t care what you do he might just be saying that to keep you happy, so try to include him in the catering or cake choice so he has a yummy way to get involved.
Include in your wedding elements of yourselves, your relationship, and your life’s events. Your wedding theme should reflect your shared journey with your partner, from the beginning to the present.
Bring a pair of fold-up flats with you to a wedding so you can dance the night away without destroying your feet. The worst thing to have on your honeymoon is sore feet, so take care of them! Book yourself for a pedicure just before you leave on your trip and include waxing to make sure you’ll look super hot in your bikini!
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.
Take your time in writing your vows, they’re personal and meaningful and must have effort put into them. Realize that both you and your spouse-to-be are about to make the strongest commitment you can and it will require sacrifices of both parties. When you speak your vows, you want to let out in front of everyone just how much you truly love the person you’re marrying.
Whether or not to invite children to your wedding is a delicate choice to have to make. You don’t want to offend your guests by saying they must come childless, or forcing them to find a babysitter. At the same time, you don’t want kids tearing around your reception or disrupting the ceremony. If you want to have kids there, give them something else to do or another room to play in.
Using these tips and others like them will help you get to the alter with a smile on your face. You can make the most of your day and the most of your budget and perhaps create a lifetime of fond memories.