10 Wedding Planning Tips No One Tells You

A very special day in everyone’s life is their wedding day. This day should be beautiful, stress-free, something to remember. But most of the time, this day is the most stressful in your life. And that’s completely normal, it will still be the best day of your life, but you should know that it won’t be easy. The same thing is with wedding planning, and it can be even more stressful than the wedding day. You need to know a lot of things, think about a lot of things and a lot of people, and you want everything to be perfect. 

If you don’t have a group of professional wedding planners to do everything for you, there are a lot of things you should do and plan by yourself. But we gathered 10 wedding planning tips that no one will tell you, and these tips are going to help you out. 

First things first:

1. Plan your budget

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The most important part of every wedding is the budget. Before anything else, before deciding what kind of flowers do you want, what kind of style of wedding you want and what your dress will look like, you need to know your budget. You need to sit down with your partner, with your parents and talk about everything. Who is paying for everything, are the parents paying? Are you paying half of the amount, and the other half are paying the parents? Or you are paying everything. Take a piece of paper, or do it on your computer, but do it. Say that amount out loud, write it down, and from there on you will know exactly how much money you have to spend, and that way your planning will be easier, and you won’t find yourself in a situation where you don’t have enough money to pay for the flowers. 

2. DIY 

This tip is connected to the previous one because it can save you a lot of money. If you are creative enough, or you have your friends or family that are creative and want to help you, you can together make the decoration for your tables, or gifts for your guests. But be sure to try every DIY project that comes to your mind a lot before. Don’t start making things one week before the wedding. Try out everything months before, and that way, you will see what you really can make by yourself and what you really can’t. 

3. Think about everything long before

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It would be best if you have enough time to plan everything. There are times when you have only a few months to figure out everything, but if that’s the case, start planning as early as you can. Make big decisions immediately when you start the whole process, and that way you won’t have any loose ends. And it would be perfect if your whole wedding is planned one month before the big date. The last month before the wedding should be left just for finishing touches and nothing big, so be sure not to start looking for the cake three weeks before the ceremony. 

4. Book the venue early

The venue is one of the most important things because it determines the atmosphere and the style of the wedding. Find what you like and what goes best with your whole idea and book it immediately after you’ve figured out the budget. This way you will know how much money you are left for the decoration. Vendors and other things. If you want to know how does a perfect venue looks like HollywoodEvents.

5. Plan the seating chart carefully

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This may sound a bit strange, but believe us that it isn’t. This part of the planning process is very important because if you do it right, everything will be okay. And if you don’t do it right, there can be some problems, because no one wants to see relatives that don’t like each other quarreling on your big day. 

6. Put yourself and your partner at the top of your priority list

This is something logical, but most couples just forget about it. Yes, there are some things that you need to do for other people, like the seating chart, but don’t forget that this is your day. You should be happy with everything. Listen to everyone’s opinion, but in the end, stick with something that you like and something that you want. 

7. Communicate with your partner

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You should think about yourself, but you should also think about your partner. This is not just your day, it’s a special day for both of you. And both opinions and wishes should be taken into consideration. 

8. Think about the date

Once you decide which date you want, do a little research. Look up are there any events that are the same date as your wedding at that particular location. This is important because some bigger events can affect hotel room availability. So if there is an event happening the same day better start looking and booking for those hotel rooms way more in advance than you’ve planned. Because if you do it a month before, there is a possibility that there won’t be any rooms left. 

9. Have a Plan B

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You should always have a plan B because you never know what can happen. There is a possibility that the weather spoils your plan, and you can’t do anything about it. Whether it’s a storm, rain, or extremely hot day, be prepared for that and have another plan. 

10. Think about your vendors

This is something most couples forget about, but it’s very important. Your vendors are people responsible for everything; they make everything perfect and make everything go smoothly. So you need to take care of them, they need to have breaks, they need to eat and drink. Remember to take care of them, because they are taking care of yourself and everyone else. 

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