Posted on January 18th, 2013 by Lucy
Watching two people join together in holy matrimony is an amazing experience.
There’s an amazing feeling of joy and happiness at a wedding and it truly brings out the best in people.
However, when it comes to planning it’s a different story. It can seem daunting, stressful and even impossible.
But it’s really not that difficult if you can organise yourself well.
Sure, you need to find a venue, and then hire everything from caterers and photographers to weddings cars, but all it really takes in the ability to work to a budget and manage your time as well as a bit of scrutiny.
The pressure of a wedding could mean you just aren’t thinking straight.
Calm down, relax and have a think about what you need to do to make your wedding a success.
Firstly, think about where you want to hold it.
Knowing where your venue is will give you a much better idea of your wedding theme.
Now that the biggest task is out of the way, it’s time to get some of the bigger tasks done.
1. Book your caterer
2. Sort out your wedding décor
3. Hire a DJ for the evening.
Spend some time researching and reading reviews about different companies. It’s very important to pick companies that care about how well your wedding day goes almost as much as you do.
In particular, your wedding transport! You have to choose a company who really cares and will help you to a) pick out the most suitable cars and limos and b) will ensure they arrive on time to pick everyone up.
Since there are so many things to consider when you hire your limo it’s a good idea if both the bride and groom make a joint decision.
1. Decide on the type of vehicle. For examples, you’ll need vehicles to transport all your bridal party as well all your other guests
2. What type of transport will be most suitable for your wedding.
You can travel classically in a car like a Beauford, for small parties and hire a limo for larger parties.
A stylish Chrysler limo works particularly well for wedding transport.
Now that you have arranged the most daunting tasks you can begin focusing on other details – wedding invitations, photographers, favours, flowers, and the wedding cake.
By managing your wedding this way, you’ll be organised before you know it. It’s simply a matter of prioritisation.