It can be uniquely stressful to plan a wedding. There are many decisions to make and having loved ones interfere can make it harder, no matter what their intentions are. The following article has some great tips to help you plan your big day.
Hold a dress rehearsal for all members of the party that are giving speeches at the reception. This will give them a chance to practice, and you’ll also be able to make sure no inappropriate remarks are planned. There will be a lot of different generations at your wedding, and a joke that young people can relate to might not be good for elders to hear.
Use friends or family to lend you some property for a wedding. If you know anyone with a farm or a large back yard, you can drastically reduce or even eliminate a major wedding cost. Tell this person you will pay for pre- and post-cleaning costs.
If you want a much better wedding day look but on a budget that is tight, consider renting diamonds. This will allow you to look stunning without actually having to invest in the diamonds.
Brides with sensitive skin can de-stress before a trip down the aisle by adopting a skincare routine that creates a glowing, revitalized appearance that won’t cause breakouts, hives, or irritation. Look for a bridal facial treatment that includes skin-soothing and brightening ingredients like rose, sea salts, oatmeal proteins, and creamy scrubs.
Even if your gut tells you otherwise, you should never commit to a wedding photographer without considering several other options. You don’t want to end up with wedding pictures that you’re unhappy with. See if your loved ones know of a good photographer or look at online reviews.
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. If planning your own wedding has not intimidated you yet, you’re ready for the challenge. Make your wedding one of a kind. Use the advice from this piece and ensure that your day goes just the way you wish it to.
By Gia Dragoi
Chicago Wedding Engagement Photographer Gia Photos
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