Prior to our post on the 10 Mistakes Couples Make When Planning For Their Wedding, here’s something to aid your planning process. After all, you only get to do this once in your life!
As a ‘one-stop’ bridal boutique, we try to be with the couple every step of the way, making their planning process a tad bit easier. Compared to designer boutiques, we try our best to take care of everything for you and save you the trouble of having to deal with multiple vendors. Think of us as your fairy godmother who makes your wedding dreams come true. After all, we deliver weddings with a heart.
We’ve known of couples who’ve been together for almost half or even all their lives and only have the biggest arguments during the wedding planning process. So what is it that drives every couple mad? Well the hard truth behind every beautiful wedding is the gruesome months, perhaps even weeks, of planning. But when that big day arrives, they know that it’s worth it.
One important thing to have during your planning process is an overall timeline/schedule for you to keep track of your process and ensure that you do not miss anything. You may have your own way of preparing that document, but we’ve saved you the trouble of having to do so as we present you ‘Your Wedding Essential Guidebook (1st Edition)’ that’s available for download on our website!
Whether you’re planning a year in advance or you’re down to a couple of months, we’ve got you covered in the Wedding Guidebook. Be sure to get yours now here.
Moving on, our best advice to couples who are currently in the midst of planning their wedding is that when things get rough and you tend to disagree more often than you should, always remember what this is about; A ceremony together with your loved ones to celebrate the beginning of your lives together as one. Compromise and keep in mind that it’ll all be worth it.
Jane Semour once said, “I think a lot of people get so obsessed with the wedding and the expense of the wedding that they miss out on what the real purpose is. It’s not about a production number, it’s about a meaningful moment between two people that’s witnessed by people that they actually really know and care about.”