Planning a Wedding:

“Something Borrowed, Something Blue” if you don’t want the bride to be the something blue, then there needs to be a lot of planning before the wedding day. Whether it’s a small home wedding or a massive church wedding attention to detail will make the difference between a day the couple will always remember fondly or a nightmare they want to forget.

Tips for Planning a Wedding:

  • Make a list

There is a long list of things to do before the big day. So the first thing you need to do is make a list of all the things that need to be done and another list for all the things that need to be purchased.

  • Make a Budget

Next and probably the most important step is to sit down and make a budget with the person or persons who will paying for the wedding. This budget needs to be all inclusive, tips, fees and all. Do your best, you may call around to get some estimates. Don’t be surprized though that some places won’t even talk to you if the wedding is still a long way off.

  • Compare your facts, ask for recommendations

You’ll be amazed at the wide range of prices for flowers and services. It can be very over whelming at times. Ask friends and family for recommendations.

  • Consider hiring a Wedding Planner

A good Wedding Planner can save you time and frustration by recommending vendors that will give you the most for your money. They are able to do this mostly because wedding vendors will usually go out of their way to do an extra good job for a wedding planner that referred them knowing that they will get repeat business. A professional Wedding Planner will also help you decide on a budget and stick to it.