Top tips for Planning your Perfect Wedding

June 26, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

You are looking to create your perfect wedding day, but perhaps you are unsure of where to start.  Here are some top tips to get you started. 

Select a special venue - It is nice to choose a wedding venue that holds meaning for you as a couple if possible - perhaps a restaurant that you love, or a hotel you have stayed in before.  If it is none of these, ensure that it works well with who you are and your individual style.  You want to be comfortable on your wedding day and enjoy your surrounding, rather than feel you are out of place. 

Keep your dress price in mind - Choosing a dress can be great fun but daunting sometimes too.  When you are looking keep your price range firmly in mind.  It is easy to get carried away. 

Dont jet off on honeymoon straight away - Your wedding day is very exciting and very hectic.  Try to have a day in a relaxing hotel immediately after your wedding to enjoy additional time with your family and new spouse.  If you do go straight on honeymoon then try to ensure that the first few days are relaxing rather than anxiety filled.  You are much more like to enjoy the experience. 

Think about a theme - If you would like to ensure that your whole wedding is coordinated then one way to do this is to have a theme that will run through your day.  This could be anything  - from a simple colour to a more extravagant one - an era ie 1920's or a season. If you do adopt a theme then choose something that reflects you as a couple, whether that be classic and elegant or quirky and casual.  The main this is be yourselves. 

Choose your photographer carefully - Your photographs (along with your memories) will be the only lasting momento from your wedding day.  Work with a photographer you trust whose photos you love.  THis will ensure that you get the images you really want and that you will enjoy looking at forever. 

Above all have fun. Don't get stressed about the little things. The point is you are marrying the person you love. Ultimately the fact that the ribbon colour doesn't exactly match the flowers is irrelevant.  

Happy planning. 

 


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