As you begin your wedding planning, the first step is to book the venue! Choose a venue that fits your vision and theme. Keep in mind your expected guest count and most importantly, your budget. Tour venues that are within budget, ask questions and takes notes. Does the venue come with a wedding coordinator? You'll want one and we are here for you!
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The wedding website provides guests with details about the location, dress code, registry, hotel accommodations and even the couple’s hashtag. You can build a free website here.
If you do not wish to create one, you can simply include all of the important information on the save the date and/or wedding invitation.
When you start working on your guest list, you will probably have multiple drafts, names scratched off, names added and an A, B and even C list of backups to potentially invite.
Similarly, when creating the table seating chart, you will be constantly moving people around. Imagine if you wrote it on paper? It would be a nightmare!
Save yourself time, energy and paper and create these lists in a computer-based program such as Microsoft Excel.
Having a registry gives your loved ones confidence that they are purchasing a meaningful gift that you will love. A registry takes the guesswork out of trying to find the perfect gift for the perfect couple.
Common registry stores include: Bed Bath & Beyond, Crate & Barrel, Macy's and Target.
Don't need household items? Consider registries that allow you to raise money for something you need such as a honeymoon or down payment on a home. Check out sites such as Honeyfund, Zola and Simple Registry.
A very important element of the wedding is the Bride! There are multiple components that create the Bride's overall look.
When putting your look together, include the following: