Thursday, January 14, 2016
Quick Guide To Plan The Best Wedding Ever
How does a forgotten rock star and retired MTV VJ make headlines for getting married in ther middle ages?
By getting married on Christmas.
Heck, my wife and I didn't even know they were dating.
Oh yeah - we're talking about Rick Springfield and Daisy Fuentes.
And I'm sure they planned out their wedding.
So here are some tips on how to plan your wedding.
Should you be marrying soon, you probably have many questions regarding planning the event. The planning of your wedding should be fun and you really don't want a lot of stress as you approach your wedding day. Follow the tried and true tips presented here to plan your wedding stress-free.
When you are planning your wedding festivities, think hard about the kinds of alcoholic beverages that are going to be available, and also how much of a price tag they will carry. If there's a bar that's open, it can be expensive, especially the longer it's open. See what other serving options are available for your alcohol.
Internet bridal shops have wedding dresses for bargain basement prices, but make sure to order well in advance so that you can get your dress altered before the big day. You want to make sure that you think about other expenses that you might not commonly think of, like having the wedding gown altered, which can cost extra money. Keep in mind any additional costs, and include it in your budget.
You can plan a personalized wedding by choosing elements that reflect who you are. Select a theme that represents the time that you have spent with each other.
Try ethnic-themed catering to add some spice to your reception. Think outside the traditional choices of chicken or steak. Your wedding dinner can be very memorable when it includes interesting variety.
Look to renting diamonds for your special day if you are on a strict budget but still want to have that special look. By renting jewelry instead of buying, you can get the look that you dreamed of for your wedding day without having to spend thousands of dollars.
Make certain that your choice for the reception has enough dancing space. You won't have as much fun dancing if the space is too tight. Consider removing unneeded tables and chairs before your reception begins so that there will be more room to dance.
If you are having a destination wedding, why not treat your guests with an indulgent gift basket delivered right to their hotel rooms? Include gifts that are sure to be useful while on location at the wedding, like sunglasses, tourist maps, disposable cameras, hats, and pamphlets that detail all of the best attractions in the local area. You could also include flyers and coupons for local restaurants.
When making table assignments for your reception, ensure that even numbers of guests will be at each table. If you group your guests together by age, they will have more in common in terms of conversation topics.
Online communities, like Craigslist, are ideal for locating talented musicians, photographers and caterers. Be sure you always meet the people who you are going to have provide you a service before the big day; you want to get a sense of who they are and what they're capable of in advance.
Now that you're more informed about wedding planning, you can go through with your plans and hang on to your sanity. Enjoy every minute of the preparation and then sit back and know that you have done everything you can to plan the special day.
Originally posted at http://www.weddingintro.com/
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