The debate about whether or not kids should be invited to your wedding is an ongoing and often fierce one. It doesn’t really matter though. All that does matter is that you do what you want with your day. If you want the kids to attend, then invite them. You can ensure that they have a great time, too, with a few easy “quiet fun” ideas.
If you want to look back at your wedding day with fond thoughts, then you better make sure that you are taking care of your own needs instead of spending the whole time catering to others. In honor of that thought, we provide a list of must-dos on your big day.
A wedding is very much looked forward to by those being wed, as well as their family and friends. When the guest list grows and grows, though, there is the danger of losing the intimacy that makes it memorable. If you want to ensure that everyone has a good time and feels a part of the big day, consider these tips.
Deciding where to get married is only a small part of the planning that will, ultimately, lead to your dream come true. Once the wedding venue is booked, there are several things that will have to be done in order to make things come together properly. A Second Visit This is an absolute must. Very often venues are booked far in advance of the big day, and other plans are made right away. However, it can be easy to forget exactly how big the room is, or how the space is laid out, which means many of those details are difficult to decide upon. Be sure that you make time to visit the venue again, for a second look and communication with those running the space.
There are so many blogs and articles out there that talk about wedding costs and budgeting for your wedding, but so many will mention price cutting methods that see you losing out on the little details that make a big difference. You can still get the look that you love for your big day without dumping the details. Consider some of the tricks that the pros use to get better deals on the items that they can’t live without.