Wedding Planners Crash Coarse 101

Just Hitched
You finally got your man to pop the question! Congrats! That is of coarse if you didn’t turn your man down. But what are you to do now? Planning a wedding isn’t a simple task, and it is extremely easy to accidentally let something slip through the cracks. It could be that maybe you thought of it too late or overlooked it, either way, you end up paying a heavy price. Whether its coming straight out of your pocket, or just a disappointing mistake, we have put together a wedding cheat sheet to avoid any forgotten details that may have been overlooked.
 Dream Wedding
Depending on when you are setting the date for your big day, you can adjust when and where you plan out your events that will lead up to your wedding day! First thing to check off the list is to announce your engagement if you haven’t already done so. Start off by calling your family first, then friends and then after you have let all your close group of people know, you can then blast it all over social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, or even Google plus, your engagement ring shot is sure to go viral! So make sure its a good one!
 I do!
Now lets get the ball rolling. Begin thinking about the budget and the must-haves that you just cant live without. Weed out the details that you and your fiance can do without. This will be a perfect frame for the number of guests that you wish to attend your big day, the more guests you invite equals a bigger budget. So if you are like the thousands of other women out there who have a tight budget and have to stick to it, a lower head count at the wedding will help out your bank account as well as the preparation. Once you have your guest list send out your “save the dates” as soon as possible, to ensure everyone is aware of your wedding date!
Next, think about the wedding party. The bridesmaids, groomsman, flower girl, ring bearer and any ushers you would like to incorporate. Also think about who you want to initiate the marriage. That can go hand and hand with the venue depending on where you choose. If you decide to get married in a religious venue then they will usually provide the necessary resources for the union. If not you can always find one through friends or online.
 Mr. And Mrs.
Once you have created your budget, break it into halves, one half for the ceremony and the other for the reception. You can alter the amounts to how ever you please. But this way you can keep better track of where your money is going. This also makes it easier down the line to trace back any expenses in case any mishaps come up. You and your fiancé have many other decisions to make, the food (hor dourves, entrees, and even cake) wedding rings, attire, decorations and much more. But one of the most important things to be sure not to forget is your marriage license and the rings! Happy planning love birds!

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