Marriage is a wonderful, beautiful thing, but weddings can be extremely stressful. You must plan items like the venue, cake, flowers, and more, which can be incredibly daunting. The advice in the next few paragraphs will help streamline the process of planning your wedding, so you can focus on the enjoyable parts rather than the stress.
Make sure that at your wedding, there are enough refreshments for all of your guests. During the night, there will be a lot of dancing and conversing, which can lead to dehydration. Prepare accordingly by having a lot of quality water and soda in many different locations at your wedding.
Don’t be a bridezilla! Delegate tasks for your wedding to your loved ones to help relieve the stress on you and get them involved. If your Mom loves to cook, ask her to help with the catering. If your Dad is a wine aficionado, have him help with the wine selection for your reception. Get everyone involved!
Typically, you will have a set way that you want everything to go for your wedding. If something does not go according to plan, try not to stress out. Adjust to the situation so that you can make the most of what you have and avoid any stress on the day of your wedding.
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.
To prepare for photographing a wedding, it is vital to figure out how to turn off the sound on your digital camera! This may require a fair amount of research online, or calling the company directly, so do it long before the wedding date to ensure you’ll be totally prepared when the day comes.
When photographing a wedding, ensure that you are as unobtrusive as possible. Stay back and out of the way of people’s view, and don’t bother people during the ceremony by asking them to move out of your shot. You’ll be recommended to other engaged couples in the future if you give the family a great day.
Having a guestbook or reception video is an excellent way for each guest to be able to share their thoughts and memories with you. You can look back on it later as your relationship grows and remember all the people who are most important to you and how much they factor into your life together.
Follow this advice from star stylists before red carpet appearances: A week before your wedding, put on your head-to-toe big day look (hair, makeup, shoes, dress) and have a member of your wedding party photograph you. Pictures don’t lie, and you may find an opportunity to tweak or update your look that you might otherwise not have thought of.
Most women want their wedding to be truly special. So much is involved with planning and preparing for the wedding that there is hardly time to enjoy it! Hopefully, this article has shed some light on the planning process and you can plan the wedding of your dreams.