I have been gathering my top planning tips over the last 10 years. Here are my top 10 picks with hopes that they will save you time and stress. Happy planning!
Once you establish both numbers, run them by a professional planner to make sure that they are realistic.
Make sure that there are no other events for family members or your bridal party before you sign on the dotted line.
It is difficult to hire someone without a date, once you have the venue, then you have a date secured.
If you have a victorian style venue and already purchased a modern dress, it may not work as well as if you would have bought the dress after you selected the venue.
The ushers can assist family members and guests. Sometimes guests are not sure where to sit and this will help make it seamless.
Flowers in season will save money and they will look their best.
It is important to practice different looks and take photos of the final look.
Your photos will help your event professionals (florist, planner, invitation house, baker, etc.) understand your style and taste.
Some brides and grooms prefer to leave it up to their planner or a member of the bridal party who knows them best. Whatever you decide, please communicate your wishes.
We always start looking at the weather about 10 days out to determine if extra heaters will be needed.