What trends are in this year? What will you theme your wedding after? It's been thus a great year with many new trends to follow!
1. Mad Men Era
Your reception can be a a 1950s or 1960s cocktail party with old-school cocktails like gin and tonics or whiskey sours. Your menu can consist of hors d'oeuvres and food stations. For music, hire a live band - preferably jazz or swing!
The date is set, the church is reserved and the reception hall has been booked, yet the preparations still seem endless. While adding the names of aunts, uncles and close friends to the guest list, the thought crosses your mind to include the name of an old flame.
This is the stage where you have discussed the vision of your dream wedding with your fiance and some family and friends. Now's the time to get down to the planning. But how would you determine how much will go where, and how much you will need to spend on your wedding?
It's tough being a bride, especially if you're already freaking out about planning for the upcoming nuptials. Your mind will be racing with thoughts of uncertainty, which could throw you off focus. If you're worried about making a major mistake prior to the wedding, then keep reading below on how you can avoid some of the more common wedding blunders:
What will you do? What theme would you go with? How would you decorate the space you've chosen?
Before you decide on wedding reception, figure out what theme really gels with you and your fiance. Did you always want to have a beach wedding? Or do you love the suave look of a 1940s jazz singer? You could even do a movie-themed reception!
Weddings can come with a hoard of rules and traditions and as a bride to be, you won't want to offend anyone. But it's your wedding! Here are 10 traditional rules you can break. Out with the old, in with the new. We hope these rules give you an idea of how to make some things easier for planning your big day.
When it comes to planning for a wedding, every bit of detail should be taken into account... including transportation. The kind of transportation that you choose to use can very well make a big impact on your grand entrance.
Unless you don't mind hoofing it in your expensive wedding dress, you might want to arrange plans for the transportation during your big day. And trust us when we say that there's more to wedding day travel plans than trying to hide your car from the best man and his arsenal of aluminum cans.