Making Your Wedding Killer Without Being Bride-zilla

Every woman dreams of the perfect wedding. No matter who you’re marrying or how you’re planning to get married, there’s no denying that you’ve dreamed about this special day for a very long time. The problem with high expectations is that, when the time comes for that dream to turn into a reality, it’s a very nerve-wracking and exhausting experience.

Suddenly, you’re putting pressure on yourself to ensure that your actual wedding lives up to those expectations you’ve had ever since you were a little girl. It’s not long before you find yourself turning into bridezilla, but you don’t need to let that happen. Here are some tips to help ensure that your wedding is perfect without you ripping everybody’s head off for not nailing every last detail. If you have a vision then it’d be best for you to carry it out.


Get the venue sorted first

A plan should be your first point of call, but it seems wise to sort out the venue before anything else. All of the most beautiful and desirable places, such as castles, halls and stately homes, will be booked up for potential months and months to come. Sometimes the next available slot might be one or two years down the line, and this is why it’s so important to dive straight in with regards to booking the venue in order to ensure that you don’t have an even longer wait to get married.

Once it’s all booked, you’ll have a solid date in your mind, and making the overall wedding plan will be far easier because you’ll have an idea of how long you’ve got to do everything. You can start sending out invitations and ‘save the date’ notes, and it all becomes far more real then. You can also breathe a sigh of relief because you’ll know that there’s a solid and fixed date for the wedding itself. It’s really happening!

Sort out transport well in advance

The worst thing that could happen on the big day is some sort of transportation mishap. If the bride or groom aren’t there on time then it could mess up the celebration for the entirety of the day and evening, as most venues can only squeeze weddings into their specific time slots. You need to ensure that sufficient transport for all the key people, such as bridesmaids, parents and the two people getting married, of course, is sorted well beforehand. You could look into wedding car hire, as that’s not only a good way to guarantee that everything will happen on time but it’s also much nicer than using personal cars to arrive for the ceremony. You only get married once, so you might as well do it to the fullest of your ability.


Don’t cut corners

Weddings are expensive, but they’re also an important event which will stick in the memories of all those who attend for the rest of your lives. It’s important not to cut corners just to save a tiny bit of money here and there if it’ll affect the entire atmosphere of the wedding. If you’re going to spend this much money then you might as well spend on it on an event which is perfect down to the last detail. Ensure that you hire professionals because you might regret letting your aunt bake the wedding cake.


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