7 common mistakes you are about to do at your own wedding
After few days you will witness your own wedding. On one side, you are busy with your planning schedule, while on the other, your excitement seems to have reached the sky. Long before your big fat wedding day, you start fancying about ways to make it your perfect day in life. While tons of crucial decision irons out gradually, yet you tend to fall prey to minor blunders. Though you can’t run away from a thunderstorm or a sudden electricity cut, there are few other things that can wreck your wedding day if not handled elegantly.
Presenting the most common wedding-planning mistakes:
- Setting a budget:
Budgeting for any occasion is the biggest hurdle. It requires smart execution of your plans to end up on the happier side at the end of the day. However, more often than not, you see your budget get blown up while you stand helplessly on the stage. It is a nightmare yet you cannot afford to elope. The budget either gets out of hand or you underestimate some of the expenses. Plan swiftly to avoid taking a debt from your friend. Hope for the Best, But be ready for the Best.
- Trying to Please Everyone:
Often things fall out of hand when you try to please everyone. It is YOUR wedding. Stop hovering around others asking for propositions. At the end, prepare everything as you have imagined since a long time.
- Buying your wedding dress before finalising the venue :
Don’t get obsessed to a particular beautiful dress without knowing the venue of your wedding. If you buy a low-key gown but later a Plaza was booked for your weeding, you will certainly end up crying in front of your mirror.
- Signing a pantry contract with no further details :
Catering is one of the largest financial contracts you will ever sign, but doing so without proper knowledge could leave you in a state of mortification. Note the added things in the contract like food courses, alcohol brands along with bartenders and so on. Remember to get it in writing. Also, don’t think that an elongated list of menu would please any invitee. Cut it short and precise.
- Getting trapped in Family traditions :
Don’t fall prey to traditions that your family or society has been following since ages. It is your choice as to how to process the decor of your wedding. At the same time, not to incapacitate your family, infuse tradition in your personal style. A win-win situation, what more?
- Distributing invitation cards too soon :
Your temptation to tell everyone about your wedding which is like nine months away could turn your friends into acquaintances by the time you tie the knot. Halt it and let the date create a sense of excitement. At the right moment, shoot your cards all over the city.
- Overloading your to-do-list on the wedding day
Sit back and Relax. Have a cup of coffee or may be an early morning jog with your headphones plugged in would do your confidence a whole lot of good for the business end of the day. Don’t get yourself occupied with any kind of wedding work as the night will require you to be at your best shape.
GO ahead of time and plan the BEST wedding ever !