Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and you want everything to be perfect. Here are some tips to help you make sure your wedding day goes off without a hitch.
Make sure everyone has transportation.
If you’re getting married, you’re likely planning on having a lot of people there to celebrate with you. This means that you’ll need to make sure everyone has transportation to get to your wedding. If you’re not providing transportation, you’ll need to give your guests plenty of information on how to get there.
If your wedding is taking place in a location that is easy to get to, you may not need to do much more than include the address and directions in your invitations. However, if your wedding is in a more remote location, you’ll need to provide more information. In addition to the address and directions, you may also want to include a map of the area.
For your guests without cars, especially elderly guests, you may want to set up rideshare services, like Uber or Lyft senior services. With rideshare services, you can be sure that all of your guests will get to your wedding safely and comfortably.
Hire the best.
When it comes to hiring professionals for your wedding, there are many different factors to consider. One of the most important decisions you will make is who to hire for your wedding planner. Find someone who understands your vision and can help you bring it to life. Look for a planner who has a lot of experience with weddings and who has a style that meshes well with your own. Planners can be an invaluable asset on the big day, so it is important to find one you feel comfortable with.
When it comes to finding a florist for events, you want someone who can create the look you are going for. Florists can add a lot of personality to a wedding, so be sure to choose one you feel reflects your style. Look for someone who has a lot of experience with weddings and can help you create the perfect floral arrangements for your big day.
As for music, find a band or DJ that you love. Music is a very important part of any wedding, so be sure to choose someone who will create the perfect atmosphere for your big day. Look for a band or DJ that can create a custom playlist that fits the tone of your wedding.
One of the most important aspects of having a successful wedding day is delegation. This means assigning specific tasks to specific people so that everyone knows what they need to do and when they need to do it. Not only will this help things run more smoothly on the big day, but it will also take some of the stress off of you. Here’s a rundown of who should be responsible for what:
- The bride should delegate the following: choosing and ordering the invitations; planning and sending out the save-the-dates; hiring a photographer and videographer; booking the band or DJ; arranging transportation for guests; reserving rooms at a hotel near the venue for out-of-town guests; creating a seating chart; ordering flowers; making final decisions about decor, the menu, etc.
- The groom should delegate: choosing and ordering his tuxedo or suit; arranging transportation for himself and his groomsmen on the big day; booking rooms at a hotel near the venue for out-of-town guests.
- The parents of both bride and groom should delegate: helping finance the wedding (if needed); choosing and ordering bridal party gifts; helping address envelopes (if needed).
Have a backup plan.
By having a backup plan, you are ensuring that no matter what happens on your big day, you will still have a happy ending. This could mean having a second location ready to go for your ceremony or reception or having a list of alternate vendors who can help you out if your original choices fall through. It’s also important to have a Plan B for yourself and your spouse-to-be; make sure you have copies of all the important documents like your birth certificates and marriage license just in case something happens to the originals. Finally, be sure to communicate with your vendors about what would happen if there was a problem and come up with a plan together. That way, everyone knows what to do if things don’t go as planned.