You will have many questions about your wedding if you just got engaged. The planning of your wedding should be fun and you really don’t want a lot of stress as you approach your wedding day. That is why this advice is available to show you a few tips to avoid unnecessary stress.
Use the property of someone you know. If someone you know owns a large piece of property, like a farm or a place with a large backyard, you can cut down a major cost. You can make sure the cleaning and setup is done, of course, but that is the only thing you should have to pay for regarding the wedding venue.
The music ranks up there with the videographer in terms of importance. Make sure the person you hire knows what type of music you do not want played. This is far more important than getting every tune you want to hear played, as a song from a genre you and your guests hate can kill the entire mood. Perhaps this includes heavy rock, country music or a song that reminds you of an ex. No matter what, be sure to make your preferences known to avoid irritation later.
Use a mirror to visualize and practice when you walk down the aisle, especially if you plan to wear heels. If turning your ankles scares you, choose flats. Wouldn’t you rather have mediocre-looking footwear than wearing something that could cause harm?
A fun way to add a personal touch to your wedding is to ask a friend or family member to officiate the ceremony. Your ceremony will have a personal touch, and you can also eliminate the expense of an officiant. Before finalizing your plans though, check local regulations to make sure that this will be legitimate in your area.
Planning a wedding shouldn’t cause you to lose your mind. Appreciate the planning and enjoy your new life as a married couple.