Planning A Wedding
Planning a wedding is probably the most stressful thing you will get to do (most stressful AFTER prepping for your SATs of course. NOTHING is as stressful as that) and amidst the hustle and bustles, there are many mistakes you are bound to make. So take out your notepads and scribble down your Do’s and Don’ts of planning a dream wedding.
- If you’re the creative type there might be many instances where you would want to DIY a lot of things but be warned. Professionals are there for a reason and though they may cost a lot of money, they do, however, deliver what they promise most of the times. So be careful and discuss with multiple people before you try to do something yourself, as a bride you might already have a lot on your plate. don’t take up more tasks
- Track the money spent. Before doing anything it is very crucial that you plan everything out with the amount that it will cost. Plan out your budget and the best way to do that is to download your wedding budget calculator app and keep track of everything and remember to always keep a little extra money ready. You never know when you might urgently need it.
- Take all measures necessary and make all arrangements ahead of time to make your wedding day comfortable. Keep all ointments and creams in case you get any blisters in your feet especially because wearing heels can sometimes get very uncomfortable that can cause your feet to form bruises or sores and if your feet are hurting, you won’t be able to enjoy any part of your big day.
- When it comes to choosing the bridal party and the guest list, make sure to choose the venues, arrangements and the people only YOU want. Never feel obligated to invite a certain people that you do not want there or who may create problems. Follow your heart; it’s your wedding after all. You’re the Queen of the wedding.
- Do not under any circumstances forget or delay rehearsals. You might think at first that it isn’t a big deal and you just might “wing it” but trust me, missing your rehearsal is the biggest mistake you can make. Rehearsals give you an idea about all the scenarios and situations in which things can go wrong and gives you time to tackle your problems.
- Don’t forget to practice for your vows and/or speech. People tend to forget their lines when they are nervous if they don’t practice enough and later on, looking back at those events it all seems like a big anxiety driven moment. You wouldn’t want that now, would you?
- The most important ‘Don’ts’ of all is, don’t forget to have fun and enjoy yourself. Yes, the day might be tiring and stressful but it’s one of the few most important days of your lives that won’t come again. Drink. Dance. Laugh. It’s your day and you’ve deserved it.