Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 09:50:00 AM. Wedding. By Mignonette Gueguen.
You need to take a step back and ask someone that s impartial and then listen to what they say regardless whether they agree with you or not. You can always find someone that will agree with you and take your side, that s not what you want or need. Usually someone you are paying will give it to you straight. There is nearly always an answer, sometimes it s just a little bit harder to find. You ve got to get back to the reason you are getting married and what really matters and use that as a starting point. Everything else isn t important as long as you are a team. If you can t agree on the wedding chances are you won t agree in life and you may as well cut your losses now.
8) Learn the lingo Nothing frustrates a baker, florist or bespoke dressmaker more than a bride who knows what she wants — but can t explain it. Use visual aids to translate your ideas. Tear out pages in magazines carry fabric swatches in your wedding colours. Come up with a list of keywords that are evocative of your wedding theme (romantic, modern, elegant, sophisticated, or retro). Learn to speak the language of your suppliers. Do you know the difference between fondant and butter cream icing? Can you tell a peony from a petunia? The ability to communicate will save you tons of headache (and unexpected surprises) down the road.
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