Remember What’s Truly ImportantYour wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event and should be treated as such, but- it’s important to keep in mind what’s truly important. Don’t let the details of a wedding make you forget the new life you and your soon-to-be-spouse are about to embark upon! Enjoy each moment along the way and make sure your memories are of joy and appreciation for each other.
Share the ResponsibilitiesWhile your soon-to-be-spouse may not have been planning a wedding since childhood, they more than likely have an opinion or two and should have a say in planning your event. Have your spouse-to-be get involved with things like menu options, music selections, and budgeting.
Set a Realistic BudgetWhen setting the budget, be sure to consider the logistics you’ll need for your event. For instance, if you’re planning an outdoor wedding you’ll need to consider additional costs for things like:
- Bathroom rentals
- Generators for lighting, heating or cooling, and sound
- Kitchen facility rental
- And more!