Once you’ve basked in the glow of your new relationship status for a while, it’s time to get down to the good stuff: wedding planning. We’re sure you’ve heard how stressful wedding planning can be, but never fear. We’ve compiled 18 articles that will help you plan your perfect day.
We know how easy it is to get bogged down in all the wedding planning B.S. But don’t forget to take a deep breath and remember that at the end of the day, it’s just one big ol’ party!
Accordingly, we’ve compiled 19 super fun wedding ideas that will take your celebration to the next level.
When it comes to wedding first dance songs, there are the tried and true: “At Last” by Etta James, “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran, “Marry Me” by Train — just to name a few. But why not choose something as unique as your relationship?
Nobody likes a boring wedding!b Keep guests entertained all night long by incorporating one (or more!) of the super fun wedding games here into your reception.
Your wedding guests won’t remember (or care, really) what the escort cards looked like or what the favors were. But when the food is fun and tasty, that’s something they’ll never forget.
What’s often lost in the conversation about wedding-related stress is the acknowledgement that getting married is a major life transformation. With such monumental change comes a slew of messy emotions we don’t typically associate with the wedding day itself.
Schedule some “you” time on the big day, so you can take a breather (or two).
“Introverts need some quiet time away from social activities, so make sure to take breaks throughout the day. This could mean escaping to the powder room or to a quiet place in your reception area. Having some quiet one-on-one time with your sweetie during the big day can also help you recharge.” ― Christina Friedrichsen
“Focus on what you feel is most important to you and your guests. We spent almost all our money on good food, good music and open bar. We spent very little on the decor and flowers for the ceremony because we weren’t there very long.” – Cindy Tucker Garrard