Creating the perfect wedding takes a lot of effort, and many people feel the process of planning and putting together a wedding is beyond their skills, even with help from those who have planned weddings before. Having a great wedding can be a positive learning experience; however, if you keep a few things in mind. Here are some wedding tips.
Before your wedding, one of the things that you will want to make sure to do is book the flight and destination for your honeymoon. This will give you something to look forward to if your wedding is stressing you out. Use a good travel agent to reduce the costs and maximize your enjoyment for your honeymoon.
You don’t have to have a white or ivory wedding dress if you don’t want to, so spice up your wedding day with some color! You can choose a pastel color that highlights your hair or eyes, or have bursts of a bright color like red highlighting the details on your dress.
Flowers are a really important part of your wedding and you will want to get fresh flowers delivered to the site of your reception. Also, make sure that the flowers match the theme of your wedding, as well as, the season that you are having your wedding in. This will maximize the overall effect of your nuptial.
When trying to find a color palette for your wedding, check out home décor books. They will have great color combinations for you to choose from. Choose the colors that catch your eye and carry those colors around with you when making purchases for your wedding. This will help you match the colors.
If you’re on a tight budget for your wedding, ask your family if they can help supply the flatware and plates for the tables at your reception. You can match only the items on a single table as most people won’t be looking at what is on the other tables around them. Most people won’t even notice! The best part is that you can send the dirty dishes home with them for cleaning, saving you additional cost for the extra time at your venue.
Make sure that after your wedding you send thank-you notes to all of your guests for not only coming to your wedding but for the gifts that they gave to you. This will make them feel special and show that you appreciated them using their time to share your special moment.
Take your time when writing vows, and spend as much time as you need to write something meaningful. Your vows are a reflection of the strength of your commitment to your partner. Concentrate on the sacrifices you are happy to make for the sake of the marriage when writing your vows. Don’t just make a list of promises, however. Your vows are also your opportunity to express your deep love for your partner.
Displaying photographs of the bride and groom adds a personal touch to any reception, but the cost of decorative picture frames can add up very quickly. Instead, string two- to three-foot sections of ribbon, faux pearls, or floral garlands in a conspicuous place near the entry to the reception site. Then, use small scrapbook clips to clip the photographs to the ribbon. This is much more affordable and prevents damage to your photos.
With the above new knowledge to help you, you can plan a great wedding — especially if you enlist the help of other people who can add their own knowledge to yours. Then, someday, when someone else you know and love is planning their wedding, you can offer up your own knowledge to help ease the process for them, including the great tips you just learned.