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How To Make Your Invitation List For Your Wedding

Many of us have daydreamed about the day when we will walk down the isle ever since childhood, right down to the gown we will wear, what our hair will look like, and the colors in our bouquet. Planning your wedding, although tremendously exciting, can often feel overwhelming without some sort of guidance.

Try incorporating some old traditions and tributes into your wedding. These can be simple like “jumping the broom”, eating a loved one’s favorite foods, hanging some antiques around the venue, wearing a loved one’s favorite color, or wearing something similar that a loved one wore on the day of their wedding.

Your venue should not only support your guest count but more importantly it should make you want to get married there. If you have a dream or hope for the look of your wedding, make sure that your venue fills that need. By doing the appropriate research and investing a bit of time, you will create an environment that is the foundation of your wedding.

One common mistake many wedding reception planners make is having a very long buffet line. There are many ways to plan around this, having several buffet lines for different types of food, creating a system so that not everyone goes to the buffet line at once or forgoing buffet lines completely and opting for waiter service.

If you cannot decide on colors for your wedding, consider using the colors from nature. Many weddings have multiple colors, not just one or two. You could experiment with yellow, greens, browns, reds, and pinks. You could, also, plan your wedding colors around the season. If you are having a fall wedding, use fall colors to influence you.

Try not to expect your wedding to be perfect. Do your best to make it the best it can be before the actual day, but on your wedding day just let go and let things happen as they come. This way you will be able to enjoy your day instead of worrying about the fine details.

Buy local! Consider buying and hiring for your wedding from local companies. This will help support your local economy, as well as, ensure fresh products will arrive the day of your marriage. It will also save you money on shipping products and travel time for hired services such as your DJ.

If you are going to have a DJ at your wedding, ask to see them in action before the big day. You do not want to be stuck with an inexperienced or unskilled DJ whose lack of musical abilities could ruin the whole atmosphere of your wedding reception. Ask to watch them work at another event first.

Planning for your big day does not have to feel overwhelming, by listening to advice and suggestions of those who have gone before you, you can organize the day of your dreams with a minimum of stress and anxiety. You might even find that you enjoy planning for your wedding almost as much as the big event itself!