When people care about you enough to take time off from work and spend money on travel just to be a part of your special day, be sure to show them how grateful you are.
So, you’ve chosen the date for your big day, but who will you invite to your wedding? Determining the guest list is a very important step in the wedding planning process. The number of guests that you will be able to invite depends on the kind of wedding that you are planning to have and the budget that you have to work with.
So, you think you’ve found the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. Are you sure about that? I mean, absolutely and positively sure about it? Because if you’re even considering proposing marriage, you had better be certain that your significant other is really “the one.” Otherwise, you could be looking at a divorce years (or even months!) down the line.
Usually, it takes longer than just a few months to really get to know someone. It is a good idea to date someone for at least a year before you decide to get engaged, and remain engaged last at least another year before you tie the knot. This way you’ll have time to get to know your significant other even better, and you’ll have enough time to plan the wedding.
When you ask the person you love to spend the rest of their life with you, it should be a monumental occasion, a memorable moment that you will both recall for years to come, a story that you will want to tell over and over again as you journey down the long road to becoming wrinkly old prunes together! In other words, it should not be LAME.
Selecting the perfect venue for your wedding reception is one of the most critical decisions you will make during your wedding-planning process. Having the right venue is the key to a successful wedding reception because so many of your planning decisions will hinge upon the venue that you choose.
Your wedding day is one of the most significant days of your life. On your big day, you’ll want everything to be exactly how you always dreamed it would be, because it will provide you and your partner with beautiful memories as you embark on the journey of the rest of your lives together.
Every event—from the smallest birthday party to the grandest wedding—requires some planning and organization. How well you manage the details determines whether you have an outstanding event or just an average one. Whether you’re planning a party around your kitchen table or are part of a team of seasoned experts organizing the wedding of the century, the fundamental process for planning a successful event is more or less the same. Regardless of the type of event you are planning, here are seven steps to help ensure your event is successful and your planning process is fun and stress-free.