Your wedding is the biggest event you’ll ever plan, and it can be incredibly overwhelming to think of everything you need to do. The good news is you don’t have to have everything ready immediately to get the ball rolling.
Here are three things you and your partner need to do first when planning your wedding to keep the stress from getting to you and to get the biggest things on your to-do list out of the way.
Pick a season. It might be too early in your wedding planning to choose the exact date for your wedding. To help narrow down your list, consider choosing a season. From there, you can choose which month suits you and your partner best and then you can begin narrowing down on a date.
Set a budget. You and your partner are the executive producers of your wedding, and before an executive producer begins a project they need to know the budget. Come up with a budget that’s realistic for your wedding. You don’t want to go into enormous debt for the sake of one day, but you also want your wedding to be special. Once you have your budget figured out, you can sort out where the money is going.
Choose a venue. Once you know the general date of your wedding and your budget, it’s time to begin thinking about your venue. After all, your guests need to know where they’re going before you can send out your save-the-dates. Start narrowing down your potential venues by deciding where, generally, you’d like to celebrate your wedding and look for venues that area. Reach out to see if a venue is available for the date or dates you have in mind and narrow down your list from there.
According to a Wedding Wire’s 2018 report, wedding-related websites are the number one way engaged couples find their vendors. But it can be challenging to find the right wedding venue for your ceremony and reception when you’re using just a website.
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