First 3 Steps to Planning the Perfect Wedding

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Whether you are already engaged, or you are still looking for your soulmate, you probably already have an idea of how you want your wedding day to be. However, there are so many different aspects of your big day that it can require a significant amount of planning. Planning a wedding can seem like a daunting and challenging task, but by being organized and realistic about the day, you can ensure that the day is exactly as you always imagined it would be. Most importantly, you should remember that your wedding day is about celebrating the love between you and your other half and try not to let the stresses of planning the big day get in the way or overshadow that. To make it easier and more straightforward for you, we have put together these first three steps to planning the perfect wedding.

Set a Budget

Firstly, you should set a budget that covers how much you want to spend for the entire event and make sure that you stick to it. It is important that you don’t plan a wedding that you can’t afford as this can mean that the start of your married life will be bogged down with financial worries which can cause you both added stresses. Remember that your wedding day is about the promise you are making to each other for the rest of your life, and not about how much money you choose to spend on the day. So, don’t worry about what other couples are spending, and focus on planning the perfect day within the budget you can afford. If you want to keep costs down, then look into what items you can rent rather than buy with wedding and event rentals.

Name the Date

While you won’t be able to confirm the date until you have booked your venue, you should consider when you would like to get married and in what season. Take a look at the calendar and consider work commitments, family conflicts, and holidays when deciding which will be your wedding date. If a Saturday night wedding is more expensive, then you may consider going for a Friday wedding instead.

Prepare the Guest List

Even though you don’t need to finalize your guest list right away, it is important that you have an idea of numbers so that you can sort out your budget and your venue. The number of people you invite will hugely impact on what sort of venue you have, and what food you will provide. Start by picking your bridesmaids and groomsmen and then work out a guest list from there.

When it comes to planning your wedding, it can seem like a huge task and you just don’t know where to start. But by following these initial first steps, you can get into the wedding planning process smoothly and easily without worrying that you have forgotten anything. This then means that you are all set to organize the rest of the wedding. Good luck!