The primary goal of a Wedding day is to celebrate the love between you and the person you are about to marry. However, there are other targets including throwing one serious epic party that your guest will talk about for many years to come. The two goals mean that your big day has to stand out. But how do you achieve this? The following are tips and advice that will help you have the perfect wedding.
Planning is one of the most important factors that determines the success or failure of a wedding. After engagement, most brides rush and start putting down deposit without having necessary information of what goes into planning a memorable day. It is advisable to let sink in and wait for a few weeks or months before they start planning.
While planning it is imperative to envision the kind of wedding you want, whether it is beach, outdoor or cocktail. From here you can choose colors and the rest of the details, e.g., flowers. Ensure that you plan according to your budget. Create a want and a need list and make sure the needs are catered for first before the wants.
Personalize your wedding
Most couples try to impress their guest by having wedding that are geared to that purpose instead of personalizing the ceremony according to their likes and dreams. It is important that when brides are offered suggestions that they are not keen on, they should politely respond by saying that ??that’s an interesting idea’ and go ahead with what they really what to do. The wedding program should be personalized with interesting details about you and your groom.
Keep the ceremony and speeches brief
Your invited family and friends want to see you get married and not to watch a drawn out ceremony. The actual proceeding should be around 20 minutes to avoid losing attention. Speeches should not drag for too long. You can have a bandleader or DJ prepared to make tasteful cut-off.
Greet each guest
It is important to welcome each and every guest personally at your wedding. You can spend time with each person – chatting over a cocktail, letting loose on the dance floor or visiting their table at dinner.