Planning Your Own Fabulous Wedding
Planning a wedding it not easy, and that is the simple truth. When planning your own wedding it seems like problems appear, and continue to appear. Sometimes this can be overwhelming to brides-to-be and the stress can be too much. There is always the option of hiring a wedding planner. You can just tell him or her exactly what your ideal wedding would be like and they will take care of everything. But if you want the satisfaction of planning your wedding yourself there are some things that you should know before taking on this big task.
Planning a wedding can be made a lot easier with organization and a realistic plan and timetable. Organization is the most important aspect of planning a wedding. The amount of time it will take to plan this wedding will depend on what type of wedding you want to have. Also, how big of a wedding and the budget are factors into how long the period could be. Because problems could occur and unexpected delays could happen, it is wise to start the planning six to eight months before the wedding date.
A good tool to use in organizing the wedding and staying on task is to create a check list. The most important things to be done should be on the top and then the small details and easier things to get done should be near the bottom. Some things you can put on your checklist would be things like establish budget, guest list, book a location for reception, talk to minister and church to see if the church is available for your wedding, decide menu, flowers and flower arrangements, and wedding dress and tux.
Once you have taken care of the major details, you can move on to the smaller details. You should also get your family and friends involved in the planning. Sharing the tasks can make this process less stressful for the bride.
The key to planning a wedding is to give yourself plenty of time, and do things in order. Keep lists and stay ahead of the game and your wedding will be what you always imagined, and you will have the added sense of accomplishment in planning it yourself.