Steps for a stress-free wedding day.
When you’re planning your wedding, there’s a lot to think about. A lot of those things revolve around how stress-free your wedding day will be so that your partner can have a fun day.
From all of the different vendors you need to make it happen, to make sure that everything is aesthetically pleasing. Stress-free weddings are what every couple strives for so much more than anything else. These six steps will help you create the most stress-free wedding possible on your big day.
Step One: Talk directly to your partner about what you want
A lot of people get lost in the details of what to wear, the decor, and how many people should be invited to their wedding. However, the first step to having a stress-free wedding is to talk directly to your partner about what you want. When you sit down with your partner and let them know what you hope to get out of your wedding. You can talk about how much you two love each other and what that means to you. You can talk about how you want it to be an event that you and your guests will never forget.
Step Two: Hire A Wedding Planner
Your event planner can help you with everything! Planners can help to choose the right vendors, help you choose the right venue, and even set up your reception. They can also help you with coordinating with all the vendors that you’ll need, such as the caterer, DJ, and rentals. A great way to start is by carefully choosing your planner. You’re looking for someone who’s experienced in planning weddings, as well as someone who can help you with the details. Plus, find the right vendors to make your wedding day as stress-free as possible. Find a wedding planner that vibes with your style and your personality. One of my favorite planners and a technicolor genius is Holly at Anything Buy Gray Events you can check out her website here http://www.anythingbutgrayevents.com
Step Three: Find Out Exactly What You Need To Do
After you hire a wedding planner, sit down and create a schedule for yourself and your partner. Every wedding is different, and there will be times when you forget about certain things. However, if you don’t keep a schedule you’re more likely to forget things and end up feeling overwhelmed because of it. A great way to start is to make a schedule for yourself. You can do this by creating a schedule on your calendar, or buying a planner, I really like this one https://www.etsy.com/listing/1083855026/gender-neutral-wedding-planner-book-non .
Step Four: Develop A Game Plan
Before you even get into the planning process, you must realize that every wedding is different. What may work perfectly for your best friend’s wedding, may not work for you and your partner and your families. By making sure that you understand what the different expectations are for your wedding from each person, you can better prepare. For example, your partner’s family may have very traditional ideas about what you should wear on your wedding day. However, your partner’s mother may not care about what you wear as long as you look great and are happy. My fingers are crossed for you.
What you want to do is go through the schedule you created and make a list of everything you need to do. Then, you can use that as a checklist of everything you need to do. If you’ve hired a planner they might have all game plan or a timeline ready for you and you just have to tailor it a little to your wedding journey.
Step Five: Take The Stress Out Of The Venue Finding Process
Now that you’ve got a schedule and a plan, you can take the stress out of finding your wedding venue. If you’ve hired a planner, ask them for suggestions in your favorite style of wedding venue. All you need to do is to pick a few different places that you like and set up a tour. If you don’t like any of the places that you’ve chosen, you can always go back to the drawing board.
The only thing that should matter, is that you and your fiancé love the place. When you pick your wedding venue, it may feel overwhelming. However, you need to remember that no matter where you pick if you love it your guests will love it. If they don’t love it, don’t worry about it it’s not their wedding. The best advice I can give you about a venue is that your ceremony site is out of the direct sun.
Step Six: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff and Have Fun
The last tip that will help you have the most stress-free wedding possible, is to not sweat the small stuff. Even though the big things, such as picking outfits, your venue, and your caterer, will all make a big difference.
You don’t need to stress out too much about the small details. For example, you don’t need to stress out about what exact flowers you’re going to have. Just leave it to your floral designer and give them a color palette that you like. When it comes to your DJ, just give them a do not play list and your professional DJ should do a great job.
All of these things, while important, are small enough that you don’t need to worry about them too much. Have fun, it’s your wedding, bring your personality to your wedding, and do something different. The brides above sabered a bottle of champagne for their guests.
Just a Quick Last Note: Talk to Your Photographer
In general, we photographers know a lot about weddings. I’ve been a wedding photographer since 2010 and I’m here if you have any questions just drop me a message feel free to send me an email email@example.com