Posts Tagged ‘weddingstress’
Your Wedding Budget
The whole idea of putting together your Wedding Budget can sound daunting, but it’s very important and, if approached in the right mindset, can even be fun (honest!). Establishing and Agreeing your Budget When setting your overall Budget, make sure you have included any contributions which might be made by family members or others. Don’t…Read More
Choosing your Wedding Team
By ‘Choosing Your Wedding Team’ I don’t mean the professionals you will hire, but rather those members of your family and friends whom you trust to help you pull the wedding together. Know your Friends and Family It is likely you will get lots of offers of help. However, you will know who can be…Read More
The Emboldened Bride’s Mindset
I talk a lot in my community about the importance of having a big overall vision of exactly the wedding day you want to create, before diving into booking venues and suppliers. Only when you have that vision can you shortlist vendors which meet it. But there’s something which comes even before that. In order…Read More
Not sure what to ask your wedding suppliers?
One of the things I often get asked in my community is what to ask your wedding suppliers. Makes sense. You’ve probably not planned a wedding before, so why would you know everything that you need to ask? For many brides it’s a question of ‘I don’t know what I don’t know, so where to…Read More
How and when to put your Wedding Schedule together
Your Wedding Schedule takes over from your Timeline or Project Plan, however this doesn’t mean that you don’t start creating it until a week before the wedding – absolutely the opposite. When I am working on clients’ weddings I start the Schedule as soon as we begin working together. It may change, but there are…Read More
Considering a Reception Line at your Wedding?
Reception Lines Historically a wedding reception was held at the Bride’s parents’ home post Ceremony, with the couple ‘receiving society’ for the first time as a pair. Depending upon a family’s status, this took the form of a tea, a dinner or perhaps a ball. Typically each guest was received via the…Read More
Choosing your wedding suppliers during lockdown
Are you spending time researching suppliers whilst you have more time at home? Finding suppliers who really understand your vision for your day is key. You want to work with people who will be excited by your ideas and help you build on them – not run steamrollers over your dreams and tell you what…Read More
Who’s making a speech at your wedding?
I’m often asked by clients whether it’s OK to mess with, or change up, the traditional line up for wedding speeches. Well as far as I am concerned, absolutely if that is what you want. Let’s look at that… Traditionally there are three wedding speeches, delivered in a specific order, covering certain core subjects. Father…Read More
Fun, free, online wedding planning event coming soon!
Do you feel as though you can’t get started, or do any wedding planning whilst you’re stuck at home? Actually, especially if you’re fairly newly engaged, I’d argue there’s quite a lot you can be doing whilst you have a bit of time, so you’re ready to hit the ground running once you can physically…Read More
I’m in such a panic about my wedding planning I’m doing nothing!
Is this you? If it is, please understand you’re not alone. In the current climate, planning a wedding is more difficult and uncertain than usual, however even in more ‘normal’ times brides to be often become overwhelmed, especially at the outset of wedding planning. It’s not at all surprising. You’ve not done this before, or…Read More