A Beginner’s Guide to Wedding Planning

Weddings are to some a dream, a fairy tale, and a bond that will last forever. It relies upon love and affection of two individuals and reflects their ability to stay together and foster harmony around. However, as amazing as it sounds, planning a wedding can be an overwhelming and highly complex task. Apart from thinking about the venue and the decoration, there are other small matters such as the flowers, the dress, colour of the dress, and above all, who to invite and where this dream wedding take place.

Because these tasks cannot be done as an individual, wedding planners are tasked with managing these life-changing events. They have the experience and the contacts to make your dream wedding come to life. Still, we hope the following tips would serve as stars to the new start of your life.

Know your budget

Weddings can cost a fortune if they are not well planned. Because the cost and funding are usually the biggest problems new couples may think of, it is essential to have a rough sketch of how much you intend to invest in your wedding. It is highly encouraged not to listen to how the society plans it, but think what best is for you. There may be ten types of roses that come in all price points, the beautiful Peony may give a romantic look but may be costly, and so are this beautiful Hydrangea, Succulent, and Carnations. There is no harm in knowing what the limits are before we start. It may also cover cameramen, menu, venue, decoration, service planners, and formal wedding clothes.

The Venues

When we become aware of the budget we have, the next item on our list should be the venue. The right venue may help bring your dream wedding last forever. Once you have decided, it is time to look for the ambiance you wish to have. Weddings near the beach are considered the most romantic, but a formal wedding venue is often preferred. The Crown Melbourne, Leonda by the Yarra, and Quat Quatta in Melbourne are the most sought venues and provide for the best wedding expediencies.

Decide the Guests

The guest list matters and should be chosen in accordance with the venue. Because many of our loved ones may come from different cities, making sure they stay in a comfortable place is also an important task. It is recommended that the hotel or living space is near the wedding venue, helping reduce commute time and make the wedding more joyous. Select who to invite in person, or send an online invitation. Keeping a list of who RSVPd is critical and should be made available to the wedding planner or closed family members.

The Dress

Both Bride and Groom may choose a wedding attire that may suit them well. The wedding attire is usually more classical and the colour is chosen in light with the décor. Brides may choose satin, satin, or tulle fabric options for their formal cathedral length veils, and Groom usually selects a tailcoat, waistcoat, bow and tie attire with white short preferred. Still, the colour combination is chosen by the couple in advance that suits them well. If you live in Sydney the bridal shop in Blacktown, Sydney offers design inspiration, and ideas before the big day.