Planning Your Perfect Wedding

Planning Your Perfect Wedding

Now I know you’re getting pretty excited and jumpy (we can’t blame you!) so maybe you need to take the first few tiny steps into planning your big wedding day. You can start with notes, some research from the internet, some advice from close friends and relatives who have first-hand experience — will you have a theme? Will you want to make it simple, brief but intimate? Or do you want to make it the grandest wedding you’ve ever seen? You may need all the help you can get that’s why always be open to suggestions and wedding ideas you may come across so by the time you need to decide on what to get, you’d be all set and ready to go.

When organising this big day, you can really experiment with the venue. You may be married in a church, in the town hall or on a beach, but where will your guests eat and relax after? Reception rooms and halls can be expensive and not always to your taste. One great idea you could consider is hiring a wedding marquee. By using one, you can really experiment with the décor, hold hundreds of guests, create an eating area and dance floor in one. These elegant canopies will be significantly less costly than other options, and you can really make it your own.

If you are struggling finding a good venue, how to decorate the room, rent furnishings, set the tables and organise food, you might need some professional assistance. Before you get too overwhelmed, you should consider hiring an event management company, who will also double as a wedding caterer and planner. All you have to do is tell the planners your vision and they can work out what would be best and how it can be made possible. Wedding venues also have in-house planners you can hire with packages you can easily choose from. Check the hotels around your area that offer this complete service.

Everyday, make sure you make progress until you decide on a wedding date — that’s when our schedule needs to be more organised and decided so you will be accomplishing more each day. A wedding date may you and your partner’s anniversary, the day of your first date, first kiss — anything goes.

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How To Minimise Wedding Stress

How To Minimise Wedding Stress

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We all want things to go effortlessly and hassle-free on our wedding day. There are many options to choose from, numerous considerations to think about and even a longer list to accomplish before the big day. The big question is: are you on the right track? Are you doing things right? From table linens to your wedding hair and make up, can you pull everything off without a hitch? Can you make each day as productive until the final countdown you don that beautiful wedding dress and or be able to kiss the bride — finally! Planning your wedding is a once in a lifetime experience that you must try to enjoy. Though the stress might be overwhelming, taking it one step at a time will eventually lead you there.

However, there maybe moments those things will be getting a bit more stressful than expected. At the start of your wedding planning (yes, a wedding planner must be considered and must come highly recommended especially if it’s a big, grand celebration) everything seems to be so perfect — everything is like the next great thing to heaven. When planning stretches to days and weeks and months, that’s when stress starts to creep in. That’s when the headache gets a little bit more severe. You may like losing a couple of pounds but we hope it’s not because of the stress. You need to be as blooming and blossoming everyday, you know. Now we don’t want you to get you all worried. Weddings are magical and they are always deemed as the “happily ever after” part that’s why it shouldn’t be nowhere near perfection. So breathe — and let’s take things one at a time.

If you’re worried about your budget, its best to take it on gradually. Do proper research when looking for suppliers online. Don’t just go with the trendiest or the most popular one either as these choices tend to be impractical. Instead, hire local suppliers from your area.

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