The height of many romantic relationships is the day that the couple gets engaged. Of course, the planning process is stressful and leaves many brides and grooms feeling overwhelmed and anything but peaceful. Read on to find out how you can make wedding planning as fun and exciting as the ceremony itself.
Practice your walk many times. This needs to be done where the wedding is going to be held so that you’re familiar with the specific area and flooring as well as how your shoes react. Doing so helps to ensure a smooth and confident walk when your wedding day comes.
Instead of paying for a pricey cake, look into mini-tarts or cupcakes. Times have changed and despite the oddness you may feel based on tradition, guests tend to prefer this and it saves not only money but also prevents waste. Guests can choose a couple cupcakes when they leave and put them in the embellished takeout containers.
Invite the whole family to the honeymoon when you’re planning a destination wedding. Longer stays at hotels are often discounted so it’ll save you money in the long run. This can help them have a memorable day and a great vacation.
One ideal gift idea for your friends and family joining you for a destination wedding is to consider having a selection of local goodies delivered to the room of each guest. Include gifts that are sure to be useful while on location at the wedding, like sunglasses, tourist maps, disposable cameras, hats, and pamphlets that detail all of the best attractions in the local area. Be sure to include a local restaurant guide and possibly some coupons to make dining easy.
Any couple that applies these ideas to their wedding planning might just find the process a further bonding experience. The compromise and communication that go into the planning process lay down the foundation for a lifetime of happiness. Follow these pieces of advice to not only create a wonderful wedding experience for yourselves, but also to lay the groundwork for a lifetime of cooperation and mutual support.