Is Your Wedding Precisely Planned?

Is Your Wedding Precisely Planned? These guys pulled theirs off famously, and you can too!
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When it comes to your wedding day, there is so much to plan for that it can seem a tad overwhelming at times.

That said there is no reason you can’t pull it off, leaving you and your significant other with many great memories to share for years to come.

In order to make your wedding day click, planning things out well in advance is of course the answer.

From where the wedding and reception will take place, to what the clothing and rings will look like, those are but a few of the many decisions you will have to make as a couple.

Given that the big day could be coming up sooner rather than later, is your wedding precisely planned?

Make Your Big Day Go Off Without a Hitch

So that your wedding day can be one you will always have fond memories of, keep a few pointers in mind:

     

  1. Venues – First and foremost, where will your wedding and reception take place? Given that both churches (weddings) and reception halls and resorts (reception) can fill up quickly, make sure you book each far enough in advance that you are not left with disappointment. It is also important to visit a number of venues, giving you things to think about with each. For instance, approximately how many people can you expect for both your wedding and reception? Do both venues have accommodations for handicapped guests? Are the venues within relatively easy driving range of one another? If you are having your wedding in the middle of summer, is the church properly air conditioned? These are but a few of the items you should be able to answer before deciding on venues for both;
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  3. Rings – The rings are one of the most important pieces of the big day, a means of symbolizing the love two individuals have for one another. As a result, be sure to put ample time into shopping for the rings, be it in-person or online. As you look at a silicone ring for wedding day needs and beyond, be sure that you are happy with the final look and feel of each ring. While you can always alter the ring after the wedding and honeymoon, getting it right the first time around is a much more desirable thing. As a couple, shopping together for rings will give you both one more important decision to make together. If you decide to go online for your ring needs, dong a Google search for wedding rings will point you in the right direction. Also make sure the rings come with a money back guarantee and/or warranty;
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  5. Clothing – While it is the bride’s day to shine, you don’t want the groom looking like he just rolled out of bed. Make sure you both spend the necessary time to find the right dress and tuxedo or suit, respectively. This is where family and friends can play a significant role, helping you both with their two cents about what does and doesn’t look good. Having a day out with the gals and guys respectively is a good idea. Also be sure to use the Internet to get some ideas. Sites such as Pinterest and Instagram are great venues for seeing what others have worn for their big days;
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  7. Food and drink – Lastly, you can’t have a wedding reception without making sure you’ve gotten all the food and drink details taken care of. Make sure you sample a number of different catering options out there, seeing which business will best deliver your food and drink needs. Also be sure to ask your guests what type of meal they would like (do this via the invitations) so that you can make things easier for your caterer. If you decide to have a bar, make sure you clarify whether it is open or not, along with making sure everyone is held responsible for how much they drink. The last thing you want is one or more people overdoing it when it comes to drinking at your reception.

 

Planning the perfect wedding isn’t easy, but it also doesn’t have to be the worst experience of your life.

By using the Internet, relying on family and friends for their advice, attending a few bridal bazaars, there is ample opportunity for both of you to get plenty of ideas.

When your big day arrives, you want it to go off without a hitch, something that is much more likely to occur if planning is a priority.

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