planning a wedding

Top Eight Wedding Planning Mistakes

For all the joys of getting married, there’s no denying that the planning stage can get a little stressful. Budgets have to be drawn up, decisions have to be made and the bride has to be kept from tearing her hair out in the process. The easiest way to prevent a wedding meltdown is to simply learn what not to do. Here are eight of the most common wedding planning mistakes and how to avoid them. Getting Talked into Unnecessary Purchases When dealing with wedding service providers, always keep in mind that they want you to spend as much money as possible. They are businesses, like any other, and their primary goal is to make a profit. It’s therefore important to take their advice with a grain of salt. When choosing a wedding cake,


Top 5 Mistakes Couples Make When Planning Their Wedding

Planning a wedding is a big job and, as most people don’t have experience, it can be easy to get it wrong. In the romance of the proposal and the excitement of the blissful future that is laid out before you there is plenty of potential for things to fall through the gaps. Unfortunately, the consequence of getting it wrong is that your wedding day turns out to be less than perfect and no one really wants sad faces and tear-stained brides in the photos. If you’re currently planning your big days then watch out for these top mistakes that couples make when planning their wedding. Leaving it too late This is a big one. Weddings take a lot of organizing and need to be booked months, if not years, in advance if you want to make sure that


7 Things That Will Make Your Big Day Go Much More Smoothly

Your wedding day is going to be completely hectic. It will be over before you know it, but until you get to the end of the day there's a lot of things that can go wrong. You don't want anything to happen that can spoil the day, so you must start preparing yourself now for what's to happen. Have you written your list yet for the main event? Writing down things you need to do at the last minute can be very beneficial so things don't go wrong. Here's an idea of some things you want to keep in mind to ensure everything goes smoothly. Delegate all important tasks Your one big task is to delegate all the little tasks between one or two trusted advisers. These will be the people everyone goes to if they have any problems, so they don't bother


7 Tips For Organizing Your Wedding

A wedding can be the most amazing and happy moment in someones life. Or it can be a stress filled day full of anguish and anxiety. Planning a wedding is difficult and time consuming. Not only do you have to deal with separate families traveling into town, but also separate ideals and backgrounds. Not to mention the planning, down to the wedding cake and what type of alcohol (if any) will be served. But with proper planning, a wedding can go off without a problem. Start Early A lot of engaged couples make the mistake of waiting to long to make plans. Depending no the venue and time of year, this could be very costly and stressful. For one thing, banquet halls and restaurants can be booked to capacity, or prices can go up. Ideally once a


Choosing Your Wedding Style

As a wedding guest, you know that you want to look and feel good throughout the day, and it’s also a safe bet that although the couple in question don’t want to be upstages, they also want their guests to look and feel good! Luckily, fashion has never been so diverse and versatile. Many of the older fashions are back and dressing to suit your shape and age has never been easier. There’s also the new influx of technology which makes dressing and styling easier than ever so you can plan the perfect wedding guest outfit. Pinterest That might look like a spelling mistake but Pinterest is the hottest site on the web. In their own words, “Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use


Things You Must Do As Soon As You Know When You're Getting Married

Your wedding day will be one of the most special days of your life. It has to be perfect. If something goes wrong you will be absolutely devastated. Depending on the severity of the problem it could ruin your entire wedding. That's why you need to be prepared for anything. Nothing should be left to chance. That's how accidents happen. As soon as your future husband proposes you should be getting ready for the big day. Let's see what you need to do to plan ahead. 1 - Arrange all the bookings Once you know what date you want to get married you need to book up everything. Especially if you are getting married during wedding season. Think about how many other brides-to-be will be competing with you for all the best venues and photographers.


Tips For Reducing Wedding Day Stress

Your rehearsal dinner is over. You’re ready for bed and all you can think about is how stressed you’re going to be tomorrow on your wedding day. What if the cake falls? What if the band doesn’t show up? What if Uncle Vince gets drunk and embarrasses you? The last minute stresses of being a bride shouldn’t ruin your wedding day. You want to be calm, cool, and collected from the moment you wake up to the moment you close your eyes as a married woman. Sound like an impossible task? It’s not if you heed some good advice. Plan enough time to get ready the day of your wedding. If it’s in the morning, allow several hours so you can have a cup of coffee in peace before everyone arrives to do your hair and makeup. And eat something. Many


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