Getting Everything Just Right
Before we get too deep into the best ways to ensure your wedding is as successful as it needs to be, you should take a step back and remember that perfection is impossible to achieve realistically. There are always going to be things in life that don’t go the way you want them, and the only thing you can really control is how you react.
But that being said, there are things you can do to curtail the insanity that defines whether or not things go your way.
With weddings, one of the wisest courses of action is to get as many of the details you must figure out, figured out. Do this as soon as you possibly can. Try not to develop some OCD complex about it, but if the wedding’s in a year, you should be thinking and systematically planning well in advance.
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According to many authorities, it’s never too early to book wedding vendors. You want your catering figured out months in advance. You want transportation secured, the venue, the officiant, the pictures, the photography, the flowers, the dresses, the invitations, and seating taken care of. The same type of scheduling and timetracking you might do for your job will be useful in planning your wedding.
Because before that big day, you’re definitely going to have a lot going on in your mind, and the least amount of stress you can bring into the situation, the better. It should be a happy day, and for most it is. But if you’re so concerned about the individual trees in your wedding’s forest, you’ll miss how grand and beautiful the whole thing is.
So anticipate your emotional state, and for it. Then help those in the wedding do the same, like your bridesmaids. They’re going to need dresses, and if you think you can just figure this step of the arrangement out a few weeks in advance, you’re likely mistaken. The bridesmaids alone could take a month to figure out!
The Bridesmaids Dresses
When it comes to bridesmaids’ dresses, getting the right combination of comfortableness, style, and appearance can be difficult. Azazie dresses from Azazie.com understand this reality, pointing out that: “…you want your bridesmaids to feel comfortable and love the dress as well.” The more emotionally secure they are, the more secure you’ll be.
Granted, it’s not their day, it’s yours. But it doesn’t matter whose day it is if one of your closest circle of friends has that “black hole” quality known to suck the life out of a room. Especially when you consider the cost that will likely be involved in your wedding, you want as many controllable aspects of the ceremony to be determined beforehand as possible
In 2015, the average cost of a wedding rose to $32,000+. That’s more than many young couples make on an individual basis every year. Thankfully marriage tends to solidify the finances between two people, but that doesn’t mean such a $32k chunk won’t have an effect somewhere. If you are footing the bill, you and your future husband will feel it.
If your parents have a stake, or your mother-in-law, you can likewise expect they’ll have some way of communicating their spending to you. Thankfully, there are situations where a dowry may be awarded. Shoot, some couples are financially stable when they choose to tie the knot! Not everyone. So at an event of this import and expense, you want to plan as well as you can.
Weddings are an important part of anyone’s life, but they’re also an important component of society. At a core level, marriage unites individuals in a common bond which provides a basis for economic expansion and growth, while simultaneously improving the character of those in matrimony over time, and even bringing new life into the world.
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