Preparing for the Big Day
Did he finally put a ring on that finger? Well, congratulations! But do you really know how to start planning your wedding now that you are engaged? Fret not because we are here to guide you from the beginning to the end.
Before you meet up with suppliers and planners, the first thing you need to do is sit with your groom and talk things out. Make a checklist of all the things that need to be taken care of. And then, decide on a budget that you can afford based on your contribution and the donations of both families. Then create a to-do list, complete with a timeline, which you should strictly adhere to. That way, you can avoid missing out on something or worse, rushing because you didn't have enough time to prepare. If you want to be spared from all the pressure, hire a good planner who can help you out with everything. Together with your planner, you can research on the venue, photographers, florists, caterers, and bands. Just make sure that you communicate well with the organizer so that he/she can implement your plans well. After all, every single detail in your wedding should be about you and your significant other.
Start working on the names on your entourage and the guest list. Sooner or later, everyone will start asking who your sponsors will be and who your bridesmaids are going to be. Once you have finalized everything, you can start sending out the invitations. If you want the guests to wear a certain hue for their attire, do not hesitate to indicate it on the invites. Of course, make sure that you inform your family and friends at least two months prior to your wedding to give them enough time to prepare for the event as well.
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