Published at Monday, October 07th, 2019 - 11:32:52 AM. Wedding. By Orlene Denis.
It all starts with communication. Once your ready to start planning a wedding you first need to sit down with your partner and discuss the budget. Who s parents are paying for what or if you two are paying for it yourselves, how much you two can afford. You next need to determine what aspects are the most important to you. For her it may be the gown, for him it may be the food. This will give you a priority list of what each of you wants to spend a good amount of the wedding budget on.
1) Slow down After you have announced your engagement, and have calmed down enough to think properly, let the ring cool off a little bit and take time to decide what kind of wedding you want. Dream big. You can adjust your fantasies to reality later. Do you want a raging party for hundreds of people? A quiet family affair in the garden? Do you have budget limitations or family traditions you need to incorporate? Use this time to sort out what is important and what is trivial, before you get into the nitty-gritty details of planning your wedding.
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