How to Organize Your Wedding Like A Pro

A little less than 10 years ago, weddings took place in fast food joints, tacky hotel ballrooms, and small city churches. Today, it takes place in high-end ballrooms, opulent event centers, and exclusive resorts. You can order one online, or fly to the destination and book your wedding there. At the center of it all is one essential part: the planner. It’s your role to help plan your special day by finding the ideal location, making all the wedding details work together, and even keeping a list of everyone’s commitments. That’s your wedding day. Here are six things to keep in mind when planning your wedding like a pro:

Designate an Event Coordinator

Unless you’re in the hospital, wedding planners don’t usually work on the same shift as your bridesmaids, but they still need your help. Whether you’re planning a candlelit buffet, party for 50, or a fancy, candlelit beach wedding, designate an Event Coordinator to help plan your big day, on the heels of your photography.

Once you hire a planner, set a course for a successful marriage. Some people hire a planner who has a specific goal or personal preference. A wedding is much more than a weekend with friends and family, so it’s important to establish a plan that is not only a good fit for you, but also has an obvious end game.

To check out the bottom line, look at what your goals are and what’s the key to a successful marriage. You’ll be able to see how a wedding plans will help you reach that end goal. Show respect for your partner. Focusing on your needs without regard for your partner’s is unhealthy and harmful.

Know your budget

The traditional estimates of wedding vendors vary wildly, but most agree that a high-end wedding costs between $15,000 to $20,000, depending on your destination.

The Word “Wedding” Shouldn’t Exist. “May the perfect idea be your friend,” the old saying goes. To “wedding” should not be a noun. You’ve already done your research, and now it’s time to think about who will be paying for it. If there is a ceremony, the first person to ask for the money should get the money. If there is a reception, the guests who are responsible for paying for it should take up the slack. Remember, a wedding budget is never one size fits all.

 Choose the location wisely.

It seems like there’s a new venue opening in town every day. That’s great, but you might be hurting for more rooms to hold your wedding than you thought. First, you need to get the best deal on the space you choose.

Once you know the exact type of setting, you’d like for your wedding, you can narrow your search down to certain styles of buildings or specific aspects of your city. Once you’ve narrowed it down, you can get real estate agents to help you find the perfect spot to hold your nuptials.

 Setup should be comfortable! My fiancé and I had a huge table to try out a few styles of wedding bands. I was in charge of renting the decorations so I had to give them some pointers on how to make them look fancier. I was amazed at how easy it was.

Package your wedding in the traditional, affordable style

Once you settle on your perfect styles for your wedding, you can focus on crafting the right wedding packages that will satisfy your guests. If you want to save a bundle, shop online and find items that are in stock when you get there. By ordering items in bulk, you can save even more.

If you aren’t totally set on the style of your wedding, use services like SilverServiceSingers. You’ll get custom wedding planning  and entertainment services such as singing waiters at the lowest rates in the country.
Final Words

Don’t Wait to Ask – It’s never too early to start thinking about your wedding, but it’s never too late. Before you know it, you’ll be one step closer to getting married. It’s ok to wait on something for a while, but you have to be sure. Go out of your way to make sure everything will be just right. Set the Bar High – When it comes to planning your wedding, setting the bar high is absolutely key.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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