Published at Friday, October 04th, 2019 - 00:19:40 AM. Wedding. By Delray Lagrange.
6) Create a guest list everyone can live with This is your wedding, but you might not be paying for it. If you are footing the bill you can afford to be firm with the guest list. If your parents or even the groom s parents are paying for the wedding, you need to be flexible. Establish the maximum number of people your budget will handle. Allow each person to create a wish list with every person they want to invite. Ask them to rank each guest. Use the rankings to create a guest list you all are invested in.
4) Set a flexible wedding date Aim for a target month or season. This will give you breathing room when you try to book your church/wedding venue and reception site. This will be less nerve wrecking than trying to find two perfect places available on a firm date. Book these two venues first, as they are generally the most competitive and available dates fill up fast, particularly if you want a Saturday wedding.
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