Marriage is undoubtedly one of the most essential agreements in a human’s life. It is a feeling of inner connection between you and someone else (who you presumably met just a few months or years ago) and decided to live the rest of your lives together. If this is the case for you, this also makes your wedding day the most special day of your life. It’s a celebration of love, full of vows, dancing, fun and so much more...
It’s all so positive and jolly until a few days before the wedding, and then, reality sets in. See, we’re not fans of Thanos, but he’s absolutely right when he said ‘Reality is often disappointing’. In the context of a wedding, the reality is all about managing the catering, venue, official documents and so and so forth. Let’s be honest, we are not perfect wedding planners, and mistakes are bound to happen. It’s almost inevitable.
Realistically, it only takes a few minutes to turn the most memorable day of your life into an absolute nightmare.
Don’t worry, we’re not here to scare you by showcasing the details about the horrors of mismanagement, which are extremely common in any wedding. Instead, we would like to help!
All of the to-be married couples can plan the most perfect wedding day that lives in their memories forever, and here’s our list of crucial tips that you might want to consider before your wedding day:
1. Make a Complete Checklist of all the Expenses
One thing that many couples don’t seem to take seriously during their wedding is keeping a track of all of the minor expenses that are will add up quickly prior to their wedding. The tend to focus on the big ones, but ignore the little expenses that ultimately pile up and become heavy on the pocket.
To avoid this, it’s better to record all of your expenses on an exclusive checklist or excel spreadsheet dedicated to calculating your wedding outlay. This will include all of the big ones such as: catering, band, venue, bar, decoration, photographer, flowers, etc., as well as all the hidden costs such as bridesmaids gifts, hotels, and so much more...
2. Finalize Your Music Playlist Beforehand
We’re pretty sure that you must have been to at least one wedding where the entire music playlist was a mess, all over the place and very avera