How to Plan Your Wedding Like a Pro

How to Plan Your Wedding Like a Pro
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Check if you can accommodate the plus one of every guest.

Are you thinking of announcing the possibility of bringing a plus one on a save-the-date post? Well, the purpose of a save-the-date announcement is to notify your guests about your wedding date, and then give some basic details about the celebration. Before mailing your save-a-date, make sure to reassess your wedding guest list and budget first.

Make it personal.

There is no need for you to invest on a fairy tale wedding. As long as you make it memorable for you, husband-to-be and wedding guests, then that would be okay. Now, how can you make your RSVP card more fun and interesting? Ask an awesome question, in addition to the meal choice, and decline/accept option. That way, you will have an idea about their thoughts and expectations.

Spend your wedding budget wisely.

Each couple operates on a wedding budget. Know your limitations regarding this. You need to make every dollar count. Always be in the lookout for discounts. Are you thinking of buying and purchasing that beautiful bridal tiara from Malaysia? Check first if it will work well with your budget.

Negotiate with your wedding vendors.

What if the wedding vendor you want to get is out of your price range? If it’s possible to negotiate the prices and scope of their services. For instance, you can get a photographer’s package at a more affordable cost without the photo albums. A photo album is very easy to do at home, so you may want to drop it for now.

Read the all the important documents.

Once you have finally decided to work with a vendor, don’t sign the contract until you have read everything. Several times, there are extra labor fees, like service charges and security checks. Moreover, several wedding locations charge service fees. These fees, no matter how small, can impact your budget.