First Steps to Planning a Wedding

Planning a wedding can sometimes be very exhausting. Although couples often hire a professional to help them manage their wedding plans, there are many reasons why they may also choose to take on most of the obligations on their own.

Maybe you're working on a tight budget for wedding planning, or maybe you just love all the chances of doing it yourself; In any case, there are many additional details, but it is possible to plan the wedding of your dreams on your own.

A wedding will probably be the biggest and most attractive party you have ever organized, but don't be afraid! You can start planning your wedding in 7 easy steps.

1. Buy a journal and use it

This will be a moment of ten thousand moments that you don't want to forget, as well as some frustrating moments that you will need to vent, and not necessarily to your partner.

The journal/planner that you keep while planning your wedding will not only help you right now, it will be something you will treasure for the rest of your life.

If you are internet savvy, consider keeping an online journal or starting a wedding blog.

2. Announce your commitment

Tell everyone the good news! There are many ways to do this, and none is more suitable or better than the other.

Consider advertising your participation in print publications or sending announcements to your family and friends. Now would also be a great time to create a wedding website.

3. Set the date

One of the most important decisions you will make when planning your wedding is choosing your wedding date.

Not only will this be the first question everyone will ask, but you will be surprised how difficult it will be to move forward with your wedding planning without knowing the date.

4. Set the tone for your event

This is the time to decide if you are having a formal wedding, a casual adventure, or a themed wedding. It is also time to decide if you will have a religious or secular ceremony.

In short, you must decide how you want your wedding to be. A good way to start is to sit down with your partner and write a book about your ideal marriage.

Look at the adjectives each of you wrote and use them as a starting point. A New Hire Wedding Planning Questionnaire to help you get started.

5. Set the budget

Start by finding a wedding budget worksheet. Look at your finances and find out how much you already have in savings and how much you can save each month.

Talk to each of your parents and ask if they would like to contribute to your marriage. Find out how much you would like to give him or what specific things he would like to pay you.

Finally, decide how comfortable you are in going into debt. We strongly advise couples to avoid debt as much as possible.

6. Choose your assistants

Your companions do much more than being by your side on your wedding day. Now is the time to get them involved. While some couples choose not to date, especially if they have a casual event, most choose between 2 and 12 members for the bridal party.

Review these lists of responsibilities for the bridesmaids and groomsmen before making your final decisions. If you live nearby, it is good to invite someone in person, but a phone call is good for those who live far away.

7. Find venues for ceremonies and receptions

Many locations are booked a year in advance, so the earlier you start looking, the more likely you are to get the planned time, date, and cost.

We hope you enjoy watching this video about where to start planning your wedding:

Source: Bailey Williams
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