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Planning the Special Day: Wedding Advice

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Every step of a wedding, from planning it to the actually day, can be very stressful. However, there are things you can do to ease some of that stress. In the following article, you are going to be given advice to help make your big day an enjoyable, unforgettable one.

On the day of the wedding, try not to blow things out of proportion by thinking too far into the future. Take advantage of the actual day and enjoy every second of it, as it is going to be an event that you remember for the rest of your life.

Most weddings are planned to fall on the weekend. If you are looking to save money, consider having your wedding during the week. Venues and hotels have higher prices during the weekend since that is when most people want those things. Switching to a weekday could save you a decent amount of money.

If you will be having an outdoor wedding, consider the costs involved. To save money on your wedding, keep in mind that outdoor weddings may require permits, have party size restrictions, and if you will be allowed to have music. Also, weather conditions could add extra costs to your outdoor wedding plans.



You don't have to spend a lot of money to have a great wedding. Many churches and religious buildings charge nominal or no fee at all. If you keep your guest list small, and avoid a meal time wedding, you can pull off a spectacular event on a very small budget.

Ethnic catering can give your reception that extra spice your guests crave. Use lots of different foods rather than the more traditional chicken and steak. Variety is important and will make the dinner memorable.

If you need to look great on your wedding day but money is a bit tight, then considering renting rather than buying any diamonds used in the wedding. This helps you turn heads during the ceremony without turning your bank balance into a bunch of zeroes.

Understand that the wedding ceremony is the most important part of the day and that the reception is just the celebration of this ceremony. Put a lot of thought into the readings that will be done at your wedding and where you would like to have your reception. This will optimize your overall experience.

While a perfectly matched place setting with plates, bowls, and silverware can create a dramatic, elegant, and timeless appearance for receptions and rehearsal dinners, it can also be extremely expensive. Instead, consider opting for plates, bowls, and utensils that share a common theme, such as a particular color, all floral prints, or a mismatched shabby chic look.

If you are planning a wedding, it may benefit you to plan it in an off month. Two of the cheapest months to get married in are October and November. Marriages like anything else are a business. The demand for weddings in these months is very low, so to try to generate higher demand prices are lower.

When you are planning your wedding, and you just don't have the time to spend on every little detail, consider hiring a wedding planner to take care of those things for you. A wedding planner doesn't have to plan the entire affair for you, and most would be happy to take on fewer tasks for a lesser fee and the ability to handle other jobs alongside your wedding.

As was stated in the beginning of the article, the whole wedding process can be a stressful one. Easing that stress can be as easy as learning more about weddings and what goes along with them. The above article gave you crucial advice to help your wedding be flawless and joyous.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: GARY PETTIT
As a widely renowned, highly successful Wedding Planner and Wedding Specialist - Gary Pettit now diligently helps people from all walks of life to achieve their greatest aspirations!

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