When you are planning your wedding it can sometimes feel like your wishes can become second to everyone else’s. You might have your heart set on daisies while your mother is pushing for roses. Maybe you love brown and pink for your bridesmaid’s dresses. But your maid of honor is pushing for red. This wedding article should help give you some tips.
Ask the members of your reception who plan to give a speech to practice them with you so you can vet their content. There will be many different generations at the wedding. So sometimes a joke between young people is not received well by elders. Include your fiance in planning your wedding or he’ll end up feeling like it wasn’t his day at all.
If he says he doesn’t care what you do he might just be saying that to keep you happy. So try to include him in the catering or cake choice so he has a yummy way to get involved. Make sure that everyone in your wedding party knows how they’re getting to the wedding site and back home from your wedding! This is especially important if you’re going to be serving alcohol, and essential if it’s an open bar.
If you’re worried about anyone getting too inebriated, offer free cab rides to anyone who doesn’t bring a car, or drive them home in your limo. On the day of the wedding, send a nice text to your groom or bride to tell them that you love them and that they are the most important person in your life.
This will help them feel reassured that they are making the right decision and will help to relieve their stress. On the morning of your wedding. You will have to give yourself extra time to get dressed since you will want everything to look perfect. Plan to start getting ready at least an hour before you usually would avoid rushing to get to your wedding. This will allow you to look your best.
As stated at the beginning of the article, while planning for your wedding, sometimes your wishes are met with resistance from loved ones. Although they mean well, it is important to remember that this is YOUR wedding day. Hopefully, this article has given you some great tips for tactfully dealing with everyone’s input while keeping your wishes first.