Weddings, who doesn’t love them! The décor, the dress and the promise of everlasting love is enough to get even the self-proclaimed bachelors and bachelorettes hoping for a little bit of that magic.
While your guests revel in the beauty of your event, only you will know the stress you have endured to plan your perfect day. Whether you’re on the market or months away from your trip down the aisle our two-part post on wedding planning mistakes to avoid should help make the experience a little less stressful.
Not having a plan B
Things don’t always go exactly according to plan, which is why having a plan B is a no-brainer. For example, if you are planning an outdoor ceremony or reception be sure that you have a backup plan even if the weather forecast looks promising. Make sure you have enough safety pins, tape and any other bits and bobs that can rescue you in an emergency situation on your big day.
Choosing the right supplier to best suit your needs for your wedding is probably one of the most important decisions you will make. We at UP A TONE strive to make your day memorable by matching our services perfectly to your desires. Our entertainment options are guaranteed to create that extra special feel and leave a lasting impression on you and your guests for all the right reasons.
Letting Pinterest get the better of you
Pinterest, a wedding planning dream come true, but if you aren’t careful it could easily become a nightmare. This is because Pinterest is a great tool to get you going, but having a constant stream of ideas and can only lead to confusion and indecisiveness in the end. During the planning phase, once you decide on something you should stick to it, or only allow yourself revisions if you have a valid reason.
Trying to please everyone
Don’t forget that this is your big day and while you may feel obligated to please your close friends and family, it’s all about what works best for you, your partner and your budget. Integrating the ideas of your loved ones is great, but if it comes at the expense of your own happiness it is not worth it.