7 Tips for Planning the Perfect Wedding:
Wedding bells wedding bells wedding all the way, oh what day it is to arrive and you can’t stop being thrilled. Wedding bells wedding bells!
So, is your fortune day about to arrive and you are going all way up and down and things are just getting muddled? To make that day of life the best one, you need to have a look at this article and I bring to you some alluring tips you just can’t ignore.
Things get scattered, you get nerve chilling Goosebumps and you become the most confused person on
this whole earth! But don’t worry as we come to your rescue now.
Let’s not talk much and get started!!
THE 7 TIPS ARE:
1) KEEP MAKING NOTES ON EVERYTHING:
You need to keep your pen and diary every single time with you and you just can’t miss anything, yes, you cannot miss even a tiny-miny thing and have to write down all your important stuffs, whenever anything strikes your mind, just note it down and get the tasks done whenever possible. All important things never kick your mind when you sit and start noting them down but they come to your mind at random times so keep your paper and pen ready or keep your phone all hooked up to filled up with notes, the moment anything strikes you is the moment you note it down to be accomplished, this will provide a major help to plan the perfect wedding!
2) HIRE THE BEST PHOTOGRAPY TEAM POSSIBLE:
You definitely cannot take the framework of capturing your happy moments for granted!! For this you will have to hire the best photography artists you know to make the best out of your wedding. A wedding cannot be perfect without capturing those lovely and flattering moments.
You must assure that the team holds the best gadgets and photography experience. Check for their availability and book your spectacular shoots in advance. Be compatible and frank with the team so that you can share what things you feel comfortable, confident and natural with. Get this all set within your budget and flash your wedding stunningly!
3) PLAN PARTICULAR DAYS TO BUY DRESSES, MAKEUP AND JEWELLERY:
A lot of functions await you and you need to look the best remarkably. The most horrifying tasks are to decide, combine and pair up all your dresses with makeup and jewellery.
For this, allot one full day to one particular function and try to buy one pair of dress, footwear, makeup and jewellery altogether with whole focus on that function. Make a list of functions and days to buy their essentials. I swear that this will help you allot in making your wedding great!
4) GET THE MENU AND DECORATION ALL BOOKED AND DECIDED IN ADVANCE:
This happens many times that people book the caterers and the decoration companies at last moment and something dubiously. So make sure you get such things in advance and let the things flow in a good direction!
5) TAKE HEALTHY DIET AND SLEEP:
You are the star of the show and the wedding cannot be perfect until and unless you have that wedding glow on your face and for this you will have to take extreme care of your diet and sleep. Don’t overwork, the tiredness will show up and can make you look dull on your D-Day, and you won’t want this to happen so consume healthy foods and take proper sleep. Don’t avoid sleeping less than 8 hours every night. Also take extreme care of your skin and body!
6) PICK YOUR BEST PEOPLE:
Your bridesmaids should be your biggest support throughout the planning process, so choose wisely. Friends you’ve recently made or cousins you rarely see are not the best choice. Instead choose your sisters, long–term best friends or close relatives. The last thing you’ll want is to look at your wedding album a few years later and to be no longer in touch with one of your bridesmaids.
7) MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A PLAN B:
However much you don’t want to think it, something could go wrong on the day. This could be anything from a problem with the catering to rain (despite the forecast promising a dry day), or your makeup artist is unable to reach you, or you running out of stuff or not finding anything. Keep a backup for everything and plan alternatives for each scenario and account for anything that might not go to plan so you’re not left stressed out and panicking on the big day.