Where to Start Wedding Planning
We recommend starting with a budget and then deciding on the type of weddings you want to have. From there, we suggest choosing your wedding date, making sure that it’s available for booking at all venues. Once those steps are complete, you’ll be able to choose from one or more locations as well as preferred dates, which will help you narrow down your options.
Most weddings take place either in the morning or afternoon on a weekend, so consider this when considering the time and day of the ceremony. If you’re planning an weekend evening wedding, we recommend booking venues as soon as possible since they tend to fill up quickly due to popularity! Now that you have a general idea of what you want, it’s time to get started on the finer details.
What Dress Style Should You Wear to the Wedding?
This is a question that often plagues brides-to-be for months (or even years) before their weddings. We recommend choosing a dress style that reflects your personality and makes you feel comfortable, beautiful, and confident on your big day.
If you’re not sure where to start, we suggest browsing online or in magazines for inspiration. You can also take a look at the weddings of friends and family members to get an idea of what types of dresses are popular right now.
Once you’ve chosen your dress style, it’s time to find a retailer or seamstress who can help bring your vision to life. Make sure to schedule several fittings in advance so that you’re absolutely certain that you look your absolute best on the wedding day.
What Flowers Should you Choose for the Bouquet?
The type of flowers you choose for your bouquet should reflect the season and theme of your weddings. For example, if you’re having a fall wedding, we recommend choosing warm colours like oranges and reds to match the autumn leaves.
If you’re looking for something more spring-like, we suggest opting for pastel shades or brightly coloured flowers to contrast with the earthy tones of nature.
Your weddings florist is a great resource for learning more about flowers that are popular in different seasons, as well as their meanings.
For example, roses are often used at weddings because they symbolize love and beauty, while lilies can represent fertility or new beginnings depending on how you use them in your bouquet.
Who Will be the Maid-Of-Honour?
If you have a best friend or sister who has been by your side through thick and thin, she’ll be the perfect choice for weddings. Make sure to ask her first though!
If there’s no one in your life that fits this description, we recommend asking one of your bridesmaids instead – as long as all of them are on board with the idea.
What Type of Cake Should you Choose?
The type of weddings cake you choose should reflect your tastes and preferences. Whether you’re looking for a classic white cake, an elegant tiered wedding cake, or something more unusual like a French croquembouche, we recommend taking the time to explore all of your options so that you can find the perfect cake for your perfect day.
How Many Guests Should I Invite to my Wedding?
The number of weddings guests you invite really depends on how many people can comfortably fit inside your venue. If there’s not much room to spare, we recommend limiting yourself to around 100-150 people so that you don’t have too big a crowd and everyone is able to enjoy the festivities in comfort.
On the other hand, if you have a lot of space to work with, you can invite as many people as you like! Just make sure to send out save-the-dates or invitations well in advance so that everyone has enough time to RSVP. This will all of course, depend on your budget. Every extra guest will incur extra costs.
Time to Start Planning!
We hope this article has helped you start thinking about the type of weddings you want to have. There are so many fun details that go into planning weddings, but these can also cause a lot of stress. We wish you the best of luck as you start planning your big day!