Guides on Planning your Wedding

Have you been recently engaged? If so, you may be starting to plan your wedding but don’t know where you need to start?   

If you are in a bind due to this dilemma, here is a guide to help you.   

1. Budget  

Every plan is best stated with a budget. That’s why knowing the budget you have is an essential primary step. This part may be the most stressful part of planning your wedding. However, it needs to be done to ensure that everything goes smoothly afterward. You may have a specific wedding picture in mind and found a fancy boutique for wedding dresses that may not fit your budget, and without knowing your funds fully, your wedding planner may crumble due to overspending on just one part of the wedding plan.   

2. Depend on technology  

Nowadays, there are apps for everything. If you want to fast, you can get a fasting app that will remind you when to start and end. If you’re going to lose weight, you can track your progress easily, as well as the calories you need to take. In a wedding app, you can easily have access to your plan on the go. No more tedious writing on a paper that may just be lost along the way. Moreover, apps can often be synced through your other devices; thus, you can still quickly get access to your wedding plan through another device if you left one device.   

3. Get inspiration  

Sure it is easy to speak what wedding scene we have in mind. However, when explained, the picture we painted in our heads may not reach other people we will collaborate with. The best solution to this problem is to provide a visual representation. Look for inspiration that can be easily accessed through the Internet. More than that, you may also improve the plan you initially had in mind.   

4. Guests  

Guest lists are often never finished or finalized; however, it is vital to get a rough estimate on how many people will be at the wedding. Knowing this number is very important in connection to other parts of the wedding. Souvenirs, food, seats, and many others are affected by the number of people you expect on your lists. Sure, there may be changes along the way. However, an estimate will surely help make changes bearable in the future.   

5. Set a date range  

Just like how guests are not quickly finalized, the wedding date is hard to pinpoint. The realistic approach is to set a date range on when the wedding is happening. This will help keep track of the venues that may fit your choice, thus giving you a good amount of time to look for other media that may fit the date range. Moreover, this will also help get the schedules of everyone involved in the wedding to get synced.   

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