So engagement season is upon you, you are about to plan the wedding of your dreams, but you need some help, you need to enlist a professional that can help you through this maze or you may even want to tackle this your self.
Most people want to get this done and over with, and start planning as soon as possible. Time maybe of the essence, or not. Some may want to take a considerable amount of time. But no matter what, there are still a lot to do, if one wants to make their special day go smoothly.
First, they have to decide on a budget, look for places that will fit in your budget. Start planning early. Most brides like to get married on a Saturday, and in the summer and fall months. Remember that places make their booking early, and competition is at its highest. It’s a good idea to get at least three to four venues, try visiting them on the same day. By looking at these places you will see how much guests they can accommodate. Comparison is the key.
The guest list is very important. This should involve both you and your fiance. Begin with your family and good friends. If there are family who you would like to have at your wedding, but you speak to them every blue moon, then you would not put them on the list. Keep in mind that this is your wedding, and you really want people there who would wish you well.
You have to take many things into consideration like caterers, venues, a band or a DJ. Choosing the type of transportation is also important. Do this as early as six months. It is advisable to contact up to twelve vendors. This way you would know what is out there for comparison.
Then there is choosing your bridesmaids. Make sure when you do this, you keep you fiance in mind. He may have a family member that may want to participate in your happy moment, but the majority should be of your choosing and have fun with all it because it’s engagement season and beautiful time of the year.
When it’s time to choose a ring, make sure it’s the same metal as the engagement ring. With time, metals age differently. Make sure that the jeweler i