Several factors will influence what type of wedding you will have but the following is a handy checklist of important details to attend to:FIRST THINGS FIRSTInsure your engagement ringConsider...
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Planning a wedding can be an exciting but stressful time. Several factors will influence what type of wedding you will have, but the following is a handy checklist of important details to attend to.
As you go through the pros and cons of indoor vs outdoor ceremony, tulle v chantilly lace, and buffet vs sit-down dinner, don't forget what the big day is really all about - signing that bit of paper.
There are a lot of things, places and people to organise for a wedding - it can be a never-ending list if you let it. So let Jennifer Hughson help with a few dos and don'ts to get you started.
Sorry. There are no shortcuts to getting the planning for the wedding day right, whether it is a full-scale production or a smaller celebration.
Whether the wedding will be a large production or a smaller celebration, planning should begin at least 12 months out. By this time the date and place of the wedding will have been decided and what style it will take. It's now time to get serious. At this stage if it all seems just too overwhelming then a professional wedding planner is the answer.
As anyone who has ever staged a wedding will tell you, it all hinges on the planning. Be it a large production with all the trimmings or a small intimate gathering, there is no shortcut to making it a dream day.