Every wedding must be a celebration of love and an unforgettable experience. However, when it comes to wedding planning, the experience can be rocky. Don’t let the pressure of planning the “perfect wedding” get in the way of all the excitement.
Here are 7 tips to plan the happiest day in your life :
1. Hire a wedding planner
When it comes to planning a wedding, it’s common for a bride to feel lost and not understand what to do. Even the thought of planning huge occasion like wedding can overwhelm a person. Not to mention all the stress and exhaustion that one has to deal with while preparing for the big day. This is why you need to get a wedding planner. By taking this step you can stay on budget, get many more ideas and fresher perspectives, and not to mention enjoy your day more.
2. Choose a singular venue, it helps make the wedding planning easier
It’s common to lose track of time when you have your wedding in one location, your reception in another and people have to travel from their accommodation to the place of the ceremony. One of the best solutions for this problem is to choose a venue which can accommodate your guests at the same time have the capability of hosting your wedding ceremony and reception. Not to forget, having an onsite kitchen is also a great plus because your caterer doesn’t have to bring everything from appliances to cookware, which makes your planning process much easier.
3. Book the best photographer your money can get
Your wedding album is going to be a place where you’re going to relive your most beautiful and cherished memories. If the photos do not capture your wedding in its truest essence, its as good as having no photographs. So never underestimate the importance of a really good photographer.
4. Work with professionals for the wedding planning and other duties
Do not settle for amateur service or let your family or friends work at your wedding. Your loved ones should be there only to celebrate with you. If there is one this that you shouldn’t skimp on, it’s professionals who work in weddings, be it waitstaff, caterers, photographers etc. Their experience will help you keep your mind off the small things and focus on what’s important.
5. Create a checklist
With a million things on your mind, it’s impossible to keep track of everything. Make the habit of creating checklists your new best friend. It makes your time leading up to the big day a piece of cake. Keeping separate checklists for invitations, RSVP’s, vendors, budget list etc is a life saver.
6. Add a personal touch
There maybe plenty of wedding traditions that are followed in your family, but don’t be afraid to give these traditions your personal touch. Don’t get bogged down and feel you have to follow these traditions. You can even plan and add a few new personal traditions which you can pass on to the future generations.