Knowing your Checklist for your Wedding


03/07/2012

There are many romantic ways of proposing marriage.  Usually, the man kneels down, holds your hand, shows the ring and asks your hand in marriage. While others go for a candle-lit dinner, secretly collaborate with the diner’s attendants to hide the ring in your food, confesses his love, and as you whisper “YES”, everything seems to work perfectly.

Even weeks after the proposal, you can still feel the jitters and continue to burst with excitement. A balloon of wedding ideas could come surging through your mind; you try to brainstorm, and start to get too excited. Moreover, just when you feel you are ready to get the ball rolling, you find yourself too overwhelmed and confused.

Planning for your wedding should be an exciting experience. The couple should agree on the necessary things needed for the wedding such as the venue, the caterer, the flowers – the key point is to stay focused. Planning a wedding is a big task, yet most couples prefer to put a sense of personal touch at some point.

Normally, the best wedding is planned within six months to a year. Soon to be married couples need to decide on a wedding day and time. Know your budget, the size of your bridal entourage, and the number of guests attending the wedding. In this manner, you will have a better perspective how to budget effectively. The number of guests will not just determine the food and beverage, but it is also highly considered in finding the right venue, the number of invitations to make, your cake and the number of souvenirs.

Carefully think of your budget details. Allow yourself to explore every option, go visit bridal stores and meet professionals to help you create a smooth and carefree wedding day. Contact Maureen Thorpe Campbelltown on 0401 268 861 or and set up a meeting to learn more about the details of your wedding ceremony and the legal matters involved. Do not forget your honeymoon – choose a place where you can spend perfect time together, relaxing and enjoying every minute together. You can do online booking to fit in the budget.

Now, find a getaway car. Hire a professional photographer and videographer, you can tell them which part of the wedding you wanted most of the shots taken from the ceremony. Start shopping for your wedding dress and accessories. Get a hair and makeup artist, be sure to know the quality of her service, and visit your dressmaker for final fitting.

Schedule wedding rehearsals and little dinner invitations – this will help you get more confident and stress-free during the wedding day. Coordinate with your wedding planner to see if all necessary things are well prepared on hand. Take a day away before your wedding, get a beauty rest, and free yourself from stress.


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Maureen Thorpe Celebrant

My name is Maureen Thorpe and I am an authorised Civil Marriage & Wedding Celebrant in the Campbelltown & Macarthur regions of Sydney. My ceremonies are very welcoming, friendly and professional which will be reflected in the type of service that we prepare together giving you a unique ceremony to remember for ever.

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