Suggestions for your wedding day

Getting married should be one of the best days of your life. It is a day dedicated to you and your partner to celebrate your relationship amongst family and friends. That is why you should make sure that everything is exactly how you want it, from the photographs in the morning to the cake cutting in the evening. Your day must meet your needs, so let’s take a look at some of the things you can do to ensure the best wedding experience possible.

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Whether you decide to have a short engagement or stay fiances for many years, the planning of your wedding should be a smooth process, not the stressful all-encompassing mess you might have seen on television. In order to do that you will want to get your priorities in order, and start speaking to vendors as soon as possible. Wedding stress isn’t an immediate thing. It creeps up on you in increments of things not going to plan. That is why you will need to have an idea in place first before working towards your goals; backup suggestions are also useful.

The best pieces of advice that you will get when planning your wedding will come from the professionals. Not necessarily the wedding planners but the people who work on all the different parts of a wedding. For example. The master of ceremonies could give you a good recommendation for a wedding photographer, and in turn, your photographer can suggest a florist and so on. Remember, these people are working on weddings all of the time so they will have contacts coming out of their ears.


Maybe you have the planning - or even pre-planning - in place, but you are looking for some thoughts on what to do. Saving money is usually top of that list, yes you want to have a special day, but you don’t need to break the bank for it. That is where modern technology should come into play for you, and can actually be a useful tool when it comes to cutting costs but not losing the wow factor.

Consider using a music streaming service instead of a DJ. This will free up a lot of your budget, and give you total control over your music. It can be the worst feeling to have someone playing music at your wedding that you have no interest in, so build a playlist yourselves and let it run your evening. You can also schedule sections on the playlist for you to take a break away from the dance floor, which you will definitely want.

The Big Day

Most importantly of all, remember when the main event approaches that you have done all you can. Short of a complete disaster or emergency, nothing should ruin your wedding. If something doesn’t go exactly to plan try not to let it spoil your big moment. After all, your nuptials are about how much you love each other, and the rest is all just dressing.

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