There is not a woman alive who has not pictured her ideal wedding and taken mental notes on how she wants it to really be. Although this can be an exciting time in your life, it can also be stressful if you don’t have the latest and greatest tips.
Try for a date that is not in the middle of wedding season. The most expensive period will be between late spring and fall. This will be the time where the costs are the highest. If you can’t plan your wedding at any other time, book your venue as soon as possible to get a great deal.
Consider your different options to find the right type of alcohol for your wedding. Open bars are typically very expensive, especially when they are open for long time-periods. Speak with the people at the venue about any alcohol serving options.
If you decide to handle the food for your wedding, Costco and other wholesale stores are the way to go. Shopping wholesale when it comes to food helps you get the necessary items at a much cheaper cost. Also, ask friends and family members to help cover the cost of the food.
You don’t need a big, expensive, flashy wedding cake. Talk to your local bakery owner about something smaller, or pre-cut into individual portions. Many bakeries offer beautiful cupcakes with a variety of healthy fillings.
As the bride, you may feel stressed before the big day. Treat your skin right with a great skincare routine. Find a facial treatment with brightening and skin-soothing ingredients like sea salts, rose, creamy scrubs and oatmeal proteins.
It can be nerve-racking to walk down the aisle with so many people watching you, so make sure to practice before the big day in a full-length mirror. If you are worried about a twisted ankle, choose attractive flats instead. It’s a pretty simple exchange there to ensure you’re not going to fall.
Proper planning can ease the stress of a wedding. After all, the planning should be as enjoyable as the event!
By Gia Dragoi