Weddings are a wonderful chance to celebrate love. People stand in public and declare their adoration of another person. Many brides start to think about the kind of wedding they want when they get an engagement ring. Making it come to life requires a lot of time and a lot of thought. All brides want a wedding that pleases their spouse, their guests and brings the dreams they have in mind to vivid reality.
When planning a dream wedding, think about each detail before you start. You’ll want to have a location that works for you and your guests. You’ll also want to have a date that makes sense for the day and for the honeymoon. A coherent vision that includes the right menu will give you the wedding you’ve always wanted.
A Coherent Vision
A dream wedding starts with an idea. It’s best to think about what idea appeals to your the most. You’ll want a theme. For example, you might be thinking about a Victorian wedding with lots of beautiful lace everywhere, roses in your path and your arrival via a horse drawn coach.
You might also want to go in the other direction entirely. For example, you might be thinking about a modern wedding with a minimalist style, a sleek wedding dress and one that includes all of your dearest friends. A coherent vision can be used to underpin everything you do from the kind of food you’re going to serve to the location for the wedding and the reception. Talk about this with your spouse. Make sure this vision is one you both share before you begin the wedding planning process.
The Right Date
The date will inform the rest of the wedding. Keep in mind that certain times of the year are highly popular for weddings. In general, the three most popular months for a wedding are September, October and June. People look to get married when the weather is generally warm and inviting. If you are planning your wedding for these months, you might have to book everything extra early.
Getting in touch with everyone you like best is ideal. Contact caterers and the wedding location managers. Speak with your friends and family. Find out if they are available on those dates. A date that might be less popular such as a May or November wedding can still get you the wedding of your dreams without the stress of a time frame that might otherwise feel rushed and not quite right.
An Ideal Location
Location is one of the most important decision that you’ll have to make when planning your wedding. A location sets the stage for everything to follow. Think about what type of locations appeal to you most. You might have been dreaming of a wedding by the sea since you were a little girl or a walking down the aisle at your local church. A location should be one that works for all of your needs. For example, you might be thinking about holding the wedding on the beach but the nearest beach is thousands of miles away.
It’s also important to think about the seasons. If you’re having the wedding in the winter, you’ll need to make sure that you have a plan in place in the event of a heavy snowfall or blizzard. The ideal location should be one that meets your love of beauty, makes it possible for guests to get there and ideally has that extra something special that makes any wedding a memorable one.
Food and Other Details
A dream wedding is one that should please your guests. Think about details that will make your guests happy as lead to a festive feel. Food is an integral part of this process. Think about creating a menu that lets everyone have food choices they like best. For example, offer a vegetarian main course as well as meat options. Other details also make the wedding wonderful. Having valet parking at the location lets your guests leave the car at the location and head right to your party. Making it come together with ease makes your cherished wedding dreams come true.