Your wedding day is the day you’ve dreamed of since you were little. And there’s a reason for that. Wedding days are magical moments that we remember until the rest of our lives and that’s why they have to be perfect.
And we mean perfect to every little detail. Every little thing should be just like you’ve imagined it, and not only that but it has to be planned, ordered, arranged and, most importantly within budget.
So, let’s go over five things that you’ll have to plan for your wedding in order to make it a truly picturesque one, shaw we?
First things first, set a budget
Working on a budget is one of the most annoying things ever, but unless you’re from the lucky few that can splash as much as they’d like for a wedding, you’ll have to set a firm budget and stick to it.
Maybe it’ll be easier for you to separate the budget by categories. but you’ll have to make one and if possible fit every category within the designated amount.
So, sit down, open an excel and start putting in those numbers and make sure your estimates are correct, especially if you’re going to a wedding dress store for that fancy dress you’ve always dreamed of.
And don’t forget that you’ll need some help
Planning a wedding is a massive task, and that’s why you’ll need someone to help you make this thing a reality.
Grab your best friend, future husband, or a bridesmaid and start working. You can make checklists and assign yourselves who is responsible for what just so you can do more work faster.
It’s all about choosing the best date
Skip the cliche August wedding and go for something more interesting. Maybe a wedding in a ski resort?
Truth is, choosing a date that’s not within the wedding season can help you with saving some money on the venue and you’ll be able to try something that many people don’t really try and look at this as a way to experiment with your wedding day.
Make sure your venue will fit your needs
Choosing the right venue depends on the number of guests that you’ll be having, how far away you’re willing to go from home, and, of course, how much you’re willing to spend on the venue.
Keep in mind that weddings can be expensive, and quite a bit of money will go towards paying off for that venue.
Start scouting from early on, as most places will be willing to offer a lower amount, especially if you’ve booked eight months in advance.
And most importantly, plan with a vision in mind
This will be the day that you’ve always dreamed of, so make sure you plan it the way you envision it.
This means deciding on every small detail, like the cutlery, color coordination, the menu, and even the music curation for the even will require your attention.
So, make sure to sit down and think of everything. Try to picture it in your head and then go on and find a way to make it a reality for your wedding.