The Big Day may seem a bit intimidating considering the amount of planning it takes to pull off the perfect event. We’ve heard stories about “Bridezillas” and the notorious hassle that comes with preparing for The Big Day. They say that all the stress is worth it once you’re walking down the aisle. However, with the right planning and enough preparation, there’s no need to fret about planning your wedding. Here are some tips that can prevent becoming a “Bridezilla:”
Decide on Your Theme ASAP:
Everything will fall together easily and you set yourself with a clear direction once you’ve decided on a theme. Sitting on it for too long would often lead to making a lot of last minute planning, and with a hundred things to worry about days before the event, this is one of the things you have to check off as soon as possible. This would also allow you to have more time to work, whether you’re going with a decorating or taking things into your own hands. Looking for a venue is just as important, but it’s also important to decide on a theme as soon as possible.
Speaking of Which…
Since we’re on the topic of things that need to be checked-off as soon as possible, you have to decide as early as possible where you want to have your wedding. This gives you a better chance to have the date and venue that you have in mind, and gives you a better chance to look for options. This comes in handy especially if you already have a wedding destination in mind.
Have a Number of Guest in Mind
On a budget perspective, it’s ideal to know how many guests you would plan to invite, and this would also give you a chance to choose already whether you’re going with a big wedding or an intimate one. Having a number in mind would also allow you to prioritize on doing your guest list early.
Enjoy the Journey!
It may sound cliche, but your attitude would dictate a great deal on how the planning will go. You may have to do some troubleshooting along the way, but it’s important to not get too caught up with the stress. After all, your wedding day should be something to look forward to instead of something you would just like to get on with. So get planning and enjoy every second of it!