Planning your wedding can be overwhelming
Over the past few decades, with the amount of information available to brides through magazines and blogs, as well as the widespread adoption of Pinterest and Instagram as valuable planning tools, it has become increasingly difficult to sift through the clutter and decide what is right for you. Sometimes the true purpose of a wedding, the lifelong commitment of two people to each other and to their families, can be obscured and forgotten.
Your wedding should be beautiful, but above all it should be meaningful to you and your future spouse. Before you even begin to plan your wedding, take the time to sit down with your fiancé and talk about what your wedding means to you. Not only will it help you focus on what is important, but you’ll often find it makes the process fun and rewarding.
Here are some key points to remember while reading this guide and putting together your event:
Focus — There are many ways to host a wedding, and every wedding is different. Determine what aspects of your nuptials are most important to you and make sure your budget is allotted to your priorities.
Be Consistent — As your wedding ideas are coming together throughout the year, trends may come and go and you may discover new ideas. Be consistent with the design you have started with and resist the temptation to mix two different styles or to overly embellish.
Delegate — Choose creative, professional and trustworthy vendors. They can give you valuable advice and use their wealth of experience to troubleshoot any last minute issues that may arise on your wedding day. Ask them for referrals to build your dream team.
Stay True to Yourself — The best way to ensure that you have a meaningful wedding is to stay true to who you and your fiancé are.
Keep in mind that the weddings featured in this guide are limited to ones I have personally photographed. While my clients have been unique in their own way, my aesthetic is still carried throughout. Choose a design that reflects your values and let that guide your decisions through the process.
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