Unlocking The Secrets To A Beautiful Wedding


  1. On your wedding day, you want everything to be handled so you can just focus on enjoying your glorious day. In order to make sure your wedding is the best it can possibly be, you want to make sure you learn as many tips as you can about wedding planning. So go through this article and see what tips apply to you and your wedding.
  2. Most weddings are planned to fall on the weekend. If you are looking to save money, consider having your wedding during the week. Venues and hotels have higher prices during the weekend since that is when most people want those things. Switching to a weekday could save you a decent amount of money.
  3. At your bridal party, try to make things as fun as possible with the people that you love. Have manicures and pedicures done to reward the people who made the biggest impact in your life. This will help to keep things casual as well, so that the mood is set for the party.
  4. If you're short on money, consider renting diamonds for your wedding day. You will be able to choose between many different kinds of jewelery while sticking to your budget.
  5. When choosing your makeup artist, make certain to review portfolios of their work. Does their style suit you? Make sure it's to your liking. You do not want to be an hour before your wedding with a make up artist who does your make up in a way that you dislike.
  6. Your guests are likely to be hungry and tired after the ceremony, so why not provide them with snacks as they make their way to the reception? Have someone stand at the door with hors d'oeuvres on a tray and small glasses of something refreshing to drink. Your guests will greatly appreciate it!
  7. At your reception, make sure that you have wonderful food. Also, you will want to make sure that you give all of your guests a choice of meat, chicken or fish to maximize the quality of their experience. People always remember the food at a wedding so choose wisely when you pick.
  8. For brides-to-be, it is important not to gain any weight before the big day. You have already been sized for your dress and weight gain can cause your dress to have to be altered, which could be impossible. Try not to eat bad foods and exercise as much as you can in the months before your wedding.
  9. Which is more important, having a wedding in the small venue you love or having a ton of people in attendance? It can be a hard decision to make, but remember that it is your day and that no one will be so deeply hurt by not being able to come that they would want to ruin it for you.
  10. Save money and pick up a new skill by attending a floral design course at your local community center or home and garden show. Check beforehand with the entity offering the course; some offer additional discounts and special pricing for class participants as an added perk included in the cost of workshop fees and materials costs.
  11. Although the weather may be at it's peak, you probably don't want to plan your destination wedding for a time when the most tourists are showing up at the location you've chosen. Try to aim for a time when there is a lull, like when kids go back to school in September.
  12. Unless you are throwing a gala event, keep the guest list realistic and keep it small. Invite the most important people in your life first; family and close friends. Do not branch out much further than this and it will keep your wedding intimate and make sure that you have time to socialize with everyone you invite. Too many guests will keep your running trying to acknowledge them all.
  13. Look at suits for the men in the wedding as opposed to tuxedos. Suits can very easily fill the role of a tuxedo with the right accoutrements. You will find that not only will these be cheaper to rent than a tux, in some cases, purchasing the suits can be cheaper than a tuxedo rental.
  14. Remember that the reason for a wedding is marriage, not an excuse to throw the perfect party. Your wedding is a new start to your life, so you should plan ahead for it.