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4 Often-Forgotten Wedding Details

There are a million and one things to plan when it comes to a wedding. So is it any surprise that one or two or even twenty-five wedding details might fall through the cracks? Planning a wedding — whether big or small — can be extremely overwhelming, especially when juggling full-time job. There are so many details and so many people, vendors and logistics that have to be managed, so it’s not hard to believe that sometimes a detail here and there gets overlooked.

Here, Saiaf Films — your most trusted Chicago Hindu Wedding Photographer — will break down the top things that brides usually forget when planning their wedding. With any luck, this list will save you from forgetting these details, too!

Starting to Get Ready Later Than Planned

The time spent getting ready should be as relaxed and fun as possible, but once you find yourself behind schedule, the pressure can build to catch up. Do a test run and talk with your stylist beforehand to figure out how much time you and your wedding party will need on the big day. Also, it’s ideal to get started preparing earlier than planned, so your New York Hindu Wedding Videographer and photographer will have enough time to snap more photos and videos of you and your party before the ceremony actually begins.

Underestimating the Cost of Drinks

When mapping your budget, bear in mind that, aside from your Dearborn Muslim Female Wedding Photography, a good chunk of your expenses will go towards drinks. It’s common practice to have an open bar during the reception, but not every couple can afford to shell out for an all-night open bar. Instead, consider the alternatives. There are many ways to save big without having to resort to a cash bar, including serving two signature cocktails, wine, and beer, or asking your venue for a corkage option. This will allow you to keep unopened bottles which you can return, if allowed.

Being Pressured and Hurried to Pick the Bridal Party

This one is more like a mistake than a forgotten detail. Picking your bridal party can be stressful and even awkward, but don’t forget that it’s your day and you shouldn’t feel an obligation towards anyone. The most important thing is to pick people who you want standing up with you on your wedding day and be in most of your photos shot by your Houston Arab Wedding Photographer. So, take your time before you ask anyone.

Traditionally, you’ll ask your sisters to be bridesmaids (assuming you have any, and you’re at least relatively close) and also any future sisters-in-law. Also, were all in favor of appointing a “man of honor” or having close guy friends in the bridal party. It’s 2018 folks! You can have whoever and whatever you want for your wedding!

Acknowledging Each One of Your Guests

It may seem silly, but plan how you’re going to greet your guests. Often, the bride and groom will stand at the end of the receiving line after the ceremony. This ensures the couple can greet all of their guests. If you want to skip straight to the reception, you might consider, instead, making the rounds while guests are seated at their tables. Whatever you decide to do, try your best to say hello to everyone and thank them for coming. This is particularly important for all of your out-of-town guests. Let them know you appreciate them making the trip to be there on your big day.

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