Top Tips for Planning the Perfect Wedding

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Planning a wedding can be very stressful for many people. In fact, it’s stressful for almost everybody. Even if you’re over the moon about getting married, making sure the actual wedding goes smoothly isn’t always so easy.

The fact is that wedding planning often requires expert help. However, if you’re only planning to invite a small group – or you’re on a shoe-string budget – you may need to do it yourself. It’s not impossible and you won’t be the first ones to pull it off.


You do need to be smart about how you plan your wedding though. Keep reading to learn more about making sure you have the wedding you’ve always wanted, even if it is a simple one with a short guest list.

Find Your Venue 

A wedding has to take place somewhere, and for most people, doing it at home obviously isn’t an option. Planning for the perfect venue may take some time, so you need to start your search as early as possible.

Keep an eye out for discounted rates and parts of the year when business is slow for the best deals. Alternative spaces that aren’t traditional for wedding can also be exciting while offering real value.

Plan Food First

One of the hardest things about planning a wedding is making sure that the food is right. After all, even the simplest of celebrations tend to have food provided for guests since weddings take a good portion of the day.

To make sure your wedding turns out right, plan your food well in advance. You’ll want to do this even before you send out invitations so guests can choose what they want to eat.


Get Photo and Video

When you’re trying to simplify and save money for a wedding, it’s easy to start cutting standard things out of the ceremony and reception. You might want to do away with the free alcohol, but getting rid of your photographer and videographer isn’t a smart move.

Instead, you need to hire a reputable company that can handle Bloomsbury wedding videos and photos for you. These are going to be major memories for the rest of your life, so you’re going to want to have them documented. 

Cut the photographer and videographer out of the ceremony and you will almost surely regret it later. That’s not true of almost any other service provider that could be at your wedding.




Always remember, dreams do come true! Explore. Discover. Learn
Pack your things and book your discounted accommodation! Have a great day!
Xoxo, Ay

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