Whether you are planning your own wedding or helping plan a relative’s wedding, you have likely found that wedding planning is time-consuming and stressful. Luckily, this article is packed with a variety of useful tips that should demystify the planning process, making you more knowledgeable and confident in your abilities.
Wedding dresses are notoriously expensive. When you are shopping, try getting a dress that might not be traditionally thought of as one made for a wedding. You should check out the selection of bridesmaid dresses at the bridal store. One could fit your style at only a fraction of the cost. The money you save by choosing a cheaper dress can be used to alter it and add some stylish details.
Going online to purchase your wedding dress can save you a small fortune. However, you should make sure that you order it well before the big day in order to allow time for any alterations to be carried out should they be needed. In fact I spent $300 in total, $100 for the gown itself, and only another $200 for the tailoring. Don’t forget to add this additional cost into your budget!
Ask local boutiques about having small, individual portions of cake for the guests as your wedding. Some bakeries are able to make healthier cupcakes that contain less than 100 calories in each serving providing you with healthier options such as fruit- fillings in replacement to frosting, calorie-free sweeteners and gluten-free ingredients.
Consider how many people will be dancing at your reception when you look at the dance floors of your possible reception venues. Nothing is as bad as getting crammed into a tight area like sardines when the guests around you are dancing, so clear out any furniture necessary to give space to those wanting to groove.
Instead of allowing yourself to succumb to the pressures and myriad choices involved in the planning process, remember the advice that you have just read. If keep these tips around when preparing for your wedding, you’ll find that your wedding day proceeds as it should without any major hiccups.
By Gia Dragoi