The joining of two lives in a marriage ceremony is a very special thing. Love can be felt in the air and weddings tend to bring out the good qualities in people. Properly planning your wedding is the best way to keep wedding disasters under control. This article will help you do just that.
One thing you need to think about during the wedding planning process is what alcohol will be served, and how much you want to spend on it. Just letting people drink all they want can really add up, especially if the reception lasts a long time. The folks running your venue may have affordable bar services, so be sure and ask them about it.
The photographs of your wedding will build your book of memories to look back on for years to come. It pays to spend the extra cash to hire a wedding photographer in order to reduce the chance of some amateur screwing up your wedding photos.
Consider an ethnic or exotic flair for your reception dinner. Choose a variety of dishes to add flair and flavor to your reception. Variety will give your guests something to remember.
Order small individual portions of cake from a local bakery if the thought of spending the equivalent of your honeymoon on your cake does not appeal to you. Some bakeries can ship lower calorie cupcakes and also offer gluten-free options like no-calorie sweeteners, fruit-filling, and meringue toppings.
Interview a lot of skilled and experienced photographers before settling on the one you want. You wouldn’t want bad wedding pictures. There are online reviews readily available to you, and you can also ask people you know that might have planned a wedding recently.
Your wedding has the potential to highlight the best parts of your personality, but if the wedding doesn’t go well, it could very well highlight the worst parts, instead. Use everything you learned from this article to help you avoid meltdowns, stress or problems while planning your wedding.
By Gia Dragoi
Chicago Wedding Engagement Photographer Gia Photos
View Gia Photos Youtube Videos
Gia Photos Facebook
Gia Photos Google+