Are you on a nervous countdown to the big day? Breathe, smooth it down, make a wedding list to begin. Lot of people, heaps of things to do and plenty of food, all mean a grand wedding. You may have starting thinking of supplies just the next moment after you said ‘Yes I will’, but it seems a long way to the finish line.
While it is all about being together, having fun, new things and partying, do not be discouraged with a big list in hand. There are always family and friends to give you a hand and assigning tasks to them seem to give you some breathing space. You could get one person to take care of one category of supplies. Not only will this avoid duplication, they can get some good deals through wholesalers too.
So where do you start? There is no wedding without guests and getting your invitations organized should top your list. There is plenty to choose from fancy colors, beautiful patterns, sophisticated envelopes and superb wordings. If you are looking at 100 to 500 guests you may want to try the custom made stationery along with a guest book.
When the couple are on the altar, the customized cake decorations along with the wedding bouquet should all match up. There are tons of designs and ideas floating around. If you want to keep it simple, you cannot go past cute chocolate hearts in different color foils for gifts.
There is no big day without balloons, go bizarre with them. The main part of the reception is food and you would want to decorate the furniture with lovely chair covers looking beautiful with scented candles and rose petals.
You may be looking at the big picture, what the guests come close to is details like stickers or bonbonnier kits or gifts they take home. Get them all right and make sure they work together.
Its often said there is no shortcut to success and the same goes for organizing a successful wedding. It may seem like a long road with lot of curves, but if you get in quick and organize yourself, it should get sorted out on its own.
Author: Kathrine TrocheThis author has published 1 articles so far.