Surely, getting married is something huge to consider and prepare. Every couple along with their family will definitely have extra hectic time a couple of months before the D day. A careful and thorough wedding planning is absolutely needed to help you getting everything done in a perfect way. As we all acknowledge, a marriage brings too much excitement, nervousness as well as too many things to consider, prepare, and plan to both would-be bride and bridegroom and their big family.
The following wedding planning guide could be one of your references in helping you to prepare and plan your wedding ceremony and reception perfectly.
1. Have a conversation with your spouse about the budget
A realistic number on the cost of every single expense for your extra special day is very crucial. Such a figure will help you to manage and make do with the budget; this will help you not to overspend and avoid excessive pressure on you.
2. Do the Booking
Once you have decided the budget, you can start to look for the best venue you wish your special day to hold. Since finding the right place for your wedding is pretty hard to get considering there are countless numbers of other couples who are doing the same thing with you, it is better for you to book the place immediately and put a deposit down after determining the best one.
Remember that you should also book the reception area. In this case, you will likely have to plan for your actual reception and how to host the reception as you wish. In fact, you can simply have a small gathering for the whole family and close friends at home to cut the cost down. Once this booking place is settled, you have to move to the next thing.
3. Determine the theme and color scheme for your special day
4. Determine the guests
Both of you have to determine people you are about to invite to come to your party. Usually, people you know for certain period of time, those who mean a lot to you, those who care for you, even if you have just known them for a while and of course, relatives and friends are people you will likely want to have on your wedding party.
This issue will have a close relationship to the theme and color scheme of your special day. In fact, your invitation should match perfectly to your pre-determined theme and color scheme. The best time to send your invitation would be about two months before the D day.
The above wedding planning guide will help you to manage your extra special day perfectly and finish up your decoration and other minor things. Have a great moment!