5 simple wedding planning tips that will make your day run smoothly
Getting married should be the most memorable and special day of your life, but all too often couples get stressed out at the thought of trying to plan the perfect day. If you wish to have a happy and stress-free day with your family and friends on your wedding day, then have a browse of our guide to planning a smooth and hassle-free wedding day.
Sort your venue
Once you have a date in mind, start looking around for the perfect venue- no time is too soon for this. You can book months in advance, and this is so much better than leaving it too late. The same applies to the church and caterers, whilst they are flexible, they do get booked up ahead so it’s better to be safe than sorry.
You want your wedding day to be as memorable as possible, so try to make it during a weekend so everyone can attend. Additionally, by having an extra day for the event, you can have an informal bbq or something with family and friends to make it even more special.
Whatever the weather
Try not to worry about the weather, rain makes an atmosphere of its own. Also, you should probably expect it- after all we do live in the UK! Just purchase some umbrellas and go with the flow.
Short and sweet
Keep your speeches short, long ones can certainly kill momentum and be the barer of numerous problems for your schedule.
Last but not least, make sure you’ve arranged how you will arrive/leave your ceremony/reception. Whether you opt to hire a luxurious Rolls-Royce or something simpler, by planning your wedding transport
in advance you are sure to avoid stresses on your wedding day. Also, why not arrange transport for your guests? This way they can save some money on parking/petrol, and arrive at the venue the same time.
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