Planning A Wedding

Although marriage is the best time of the life for everyone, but let’s say it, it’s not as easy as it seems. Anybody who wants to get married should prepare mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially. There are many things to remember and it requires a lot of energy, time and efforts. For a wedding to be successful, it is necessary to carefully plan every aspect, and always be ready with the plan B in case anything goes awry. Here are a few things that you need to plan for your special day.

#1 Know Your Budget

It is important to determine how much money you have in your pocket and how much you want to spend. Begin your budget planning by considering crucial things like photographer, dress, venue, food and guests, and prioritise your spending based on that. Though, a wedding is a big day, but it is wise to plan everything within the budget.

#2 Choose a Wedding Dress

Wedding Dress

When it comes to buying your wedding dress, visit local shops and online stores to find a design that makes you stand out. You can also check out to discover tons of discount vouchers so you can buy your perfect wedding attire at an excellent price. On your special day, make sure you wear a dress that’s simple yet elegant.

#3 Make a List of Guests

Start preparing the list of guests you want to invite a few months before your wedding. This will help you decide the venue based on the number of your guests. Be sure to include all the kith and kin who are close to your heart in the list. Celebrating this day with family and friends will make your wedding unforgettable.

#4 Choose a Venue

While selecting a venue, keep the number of guests in mind and then decide a place that can accommodate everyone because you don’t want your invitees to be jammed into a place that is too small. Select a venue that is easily accessible and have enough parking space. Don’t opt for anything that is difficult to locate.

#5 Pick a Convenient Date

Before deciding upon a wedding date, make sure the date doesn’t fall on the same day as a local event, trade conference or a charity walk. Peak dates may affect traffic, hotels and venue availability. Avoid choosing weekends as you may face exorbitant prices on these days. Discuss the dates with your family to ensure maximum people attend your big day.

#6 Decide a Food Menu

One of the most important things to consider is the meal plan. Think over what dishes would be easily likeable by kids, adults as well as your pocket. Book your wedding caterer prior to your wedding day, and let him know how many people are going to attend your wedding and what you want to feed them.

We hope that everything works out the way you want on your big day. Even if things don’t work out as  you planned, don’t panic. Stay calm and then find a solution.

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