There’s a lot to think about when planning a wedding. It’s easy to forget some important wedding details. Here are 5 things you shouldn’t overlook.
Congratulations! Your big day is on the way. Getting married is the most exciting moment in your life. Planning the wedding may be the most stressful.
We’ve all heard the horrible bridezilla stories. To avoid becoming one, take a deep breath and chart-out the wedding details for your special day. Putting everything on paper will help you strategize and bring in the right people to help you plan the perfect wedding.
Keep reading for five wedding details not to forget.
The Music Playlist for the Reception top The List of Wedding Details Not to Overlook
Weddings consist of music selections that are significant to the bride and groom’s journey to this moment. At the wedding ceremony, there may be a soloist. The wedding reception details need to include a dedicated music playlist to celebrate the night.
People can dance to almost anything, but the deejay has to get the bride and groom’s first dance right. Plus, he’ll need to know what song to play as they dash out to the wedding limo.
The Marriage Certificate
It’s hard to believe, but people do forget the marriage certificate. There is a misconception that the ceremony solidifies the deal. Wedding day details need to include a time when the couple and the officiant certify the marriage.
Even then the marriage still isn’t official. Following the wedding, the couple has to file the certificate with the clerk of the court for the marriage to be legal.
Something Old Something New…
We’ve heard the saying, something old something new something borrowed something blue. When it comes to wedding details, brides struggle with the blue part.
Don’t wait until the day of the wedding. There are so many ways to incorporate the color. When shopping, consider a blue garter instead of white. Wear a hair accessory with blue rhinestones or a piece of jewelry with sapphire gemstones.
Couples often purchase each member of the wedding party a gift or a small token of appreciation. It’s also customary for the bride and groom to purchase a gift for their in-laws. The gift is symbolic of their acceptance into the family and for giving their blessing to the union.
The gift doesn’t have to break the bank but should be something they will cherish.
Acknowledgment of Bonus Children