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Step by step guide to planning your wedding




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A wedding ceremony will probably be the most involved party either of you have ever put together, but don’t be surprised! You can start planning your wedding ceremony in 10 easy steps discussed below.

1. Enjoy Being Engaged with the person you love

Kiss each other several times. Be joyful by saying, “We’re engaged!” Gaze at the engagement ring. Take some time to write down in detail how you got engaged and plan ho it’s going to be in future. Think about the beautiful things that are ahead of you. Take photos of yourselves with the engagement ring. Kiss each other many times, gel at the moment and make your event special.

2. Tell Your dear ones

You should tell your parents and dear ones about your wedding before anyone else. (Unless of course, you are estranged.) Both of you should be present, and you will tell them in person so they’ll have a chance to see your joyfulness up close, look at the ring, and start talking about the wedding event. Generally, the bride’s parents know before the groom’s parents do, but any order is excellent. Then share the news with a few close ones—who are likely candidates of honour or definite attendants in the wedding ceremony.

3. Purchase a journal or a diary and use It

It is going to be a time of thousand moments you don’t want to forget anything which is happening in these times, as well as some bad times that you’ll need to convey, but not necessarily to your partner. The planner/journal you keep while planning your ceremony will not only help you through this moment, but it will be something you remember for the rest of your life. If you’re internet-savvy, consider starting a wedding blog or doing some journaling online.

4. Announce your Engagement date

Tell everyone the great news! There are a lot of ways of doing this, and no way is more proper or better than something else. Announce your engagement ceremony date in print publications like cards or emailing invitations to your friends and family. Also, this would be a great time to create a wedding website or a blog.

5. Set a date for your wedding

One of the most crucial decisions you will make as you plan your wedding event is picking a wedding date. Not only it’s going to be the first question everyone is going to ask you, but you would be surprised how difficult it is to make any progress on plans for your wedding without knowing the actual date.

6. Set the tone of your wedding event

This is the time to decide if you’re having a casual affair, a formal wedding, or a theme wedding. It’s also the moment to determine if you’re having a secular or religious event. In short, you have to decide what you want your wedding to be. An excellent way to begin is to sit down with your partner and do some free journaling about your ideal wedding event. Look at the similar words that each of you wrote and use those as a starting point of your discussion.

7. Set the budget and manage your expenses

Start by finding a wedding budget planner. Look at your resources and figure out how much you already have in a savings account, and how much you can save additionally every month. Talk to each of your parents and ask them if they’d like to contribute something to your wedding event. Find out how much they’d like to give you, or what specific things they’d like to contribute.

Lastly, decide how much you feel okay, going into liabilities. We strongly advise people to avoid debt as much as possible. Since married people fight about money more than something else, why start your marriage with liability on your shoulders? At the same time, you may consider opening a new credit card account just for the event that will earn your cashback, airline miles, or other incentives. It’s the right way for you to keep an eye on your wedding expenses and can help you pay for your honeymoon trip.

8. Choose Your attendants list

Your attendants do a lot more than just standing next to you on the day of the wedding ceremony. Now is the time to get them involved in a lot of other activities. While some couples opt not to have any visitors at all, especially if they’re having a casual ceremony, most choose between 2 and 10 members of the bridal party. If they live nearby, it’s nice to ask someone in person or send them invitation cards, but a phone call would be sufficient for those who live far away.

9. Find Venues for Ceremony and Reception before it gets late

Most of the venues are booked a year in advance, so the further in advance you start looking, the more likely you are to get the date, cost and time that you’ve planned.

10. Get Support from different sources

The successful bride and groom do not plan their wedding in isolation, but also they seek for help. It could be from respected publications, professionals, online apps/websites, or trusted friends who’ve managed their weddings.

Consider hiring a wedding consultant or planner. Especially if you are a very busy person, or feel a little lost, a professional person can be beneficial in putting together your ideal day and can often save you on a lot of irrelevant expenses.

Use an online questionnaire and checklists. They’re free, and helpful if you’re planning with your parents or future spouse. They’ll help you stay on top of all your essential tasks.

Now that you’ve made these important decisions, you have an excellent foundation for your wedding. It’s now time for the fun stuff, like dresses, flowers, music, tuxes, favours and more. Remember to use a wedding planning checklist to stay on top of all critical activities. Congratulations on the big day!

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