Tuesday, November 14, 2006

The ABC of Wedding Planning

Wedding Planning Do's & Don'ts

Here is a good summary of what you should and shouldn't be doing when you are planning your wedding.

Remember, that as long as your planning for your wedding is done well in advance, you control your budget, and everyone who is involved in your wedding knows what is required, then your special day will be perfect.

Wedding Planning Must Do's

Plan your wedding thoroughly, down to all the last little details. The best way to do this is to follow a wedding plan. Give your self a "time line" in which you need to get bookings made, or fittings done by.


You don't always have to spend a lot of money to have a beautiful wedding. Sometimes, less is more, if done correctly.It can be very easy to overspend without even knowing that you are overspending. The best way to do this is to have a wedding budget for everything, from the wedding dress to the flowers.


It is very important to use your wedding planning guide to coordinate everything that you do. This will insure that everything that needs to be done, is done, and when it needs to be done by.

Wedding Planning Don'ts
Don't Rush

Don't rush into making any fast decisions. Take your time and make sure that the decisions you make are good ones, especially when it comes to choosing professionals, such as photographers or caterers.
Cheap isn't always goodHiring cheap professionals may not always be the right decision. Some things are worth paying that little bit extra for. Remember, a good picture can bring back amazing thoughts and memories, and a bad one will bring back nothing.


Well we all know what they say about assumption. Always get everything in writing. This will only make things easier for you if anything should go awry.

The Guests

You don't have to invite every single person you have ever known to your wedding. Remember that this is your special day! Spend it with those people who mean the most to you and your spouse, and will make your wedding special for the two of you.

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