3 Things That All Brides Need To Keep In Mind When Planning Their
How to enjoy your wedding planning
Planning a wedding is a mammoth task that is loved and loathed by brides all over
the world. Yes, you have the freedom to create a wedding that is personal to you and your partner. But with so many
aspects to organize and think about, it can sometimes feel like an impossible task.
The pressure to make every minor detail perfect can take up a lot of your time and
money. As well as making you stressed out and unhappy. But planning your wedding doesn’t have to be so
overwhelming. Keep these things in mind as you make your wedding day plans, and you will enjoy the process far
|A well-planned wedding should be an enjoyable and
above all happy occasion
that you will fondly remember. (Image by
This is your
Everyone has their own idea of what a perfect wedding should be like. So when you
unveil your engagement, there will be plenty of people wanting to help and share their thoughts with you. But
sometimes friends, parents, and relatives take over the planning and create their idea of a dream wedding day
rather than yours. Your dream of a small beach wedding could quickly turn into a large affair at a castle with hundreds of guests or vice
versa. Accept help if it is offered to you, but always voice your opinion and be assertive. That way, you will
stay in control and your wedding will remain your own.
While it’s tempting to spend a fortune on every aspect of your big day, this can
put a strain on your finances. So you need to keep your budget in mind at all times. The last thing you want is to
be paying off debts and loans for the rest of your married life. It’s a well-known fact that weddings are
expensive, but there are ways you can save money. You can look
for affordable wedding invitations and decorations or make your own. Or you could have your wedding and reception in the
same place to reduce travel expenses. It’s a very special day, but don’t let it put you in the red.
|As the bride, plan your wedding to your likeness
to make it truly your day.
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Bigger is not always
Big weddings in large venues with lots of guests and decorations are fantastic.
But that does not make them superior to smaller, more intimate weddings. Don’t feel pressured to have an over the
top wedding, if deep down you would prefer something smaller. They can save you money, reduce your planning and
surround you with the most important people in your life. Whereas a larger sized wedding will require more of
everything. Talk to your
partner about what wedding size you are most comfortable with and how
many people you want to invite. Knowing this early on will make your wedding plans much easier to
Keeping these things in mind will help you maintain control and perspective
throughout. Choosing colour schemes, your wedding dress and a venue are all important aspects of your big day. But
never forget the main reason why you are planning your wedding in the first place. You are marrying the love of
your life and no favours, cake or invitation is more important than that.