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Common Wedding Planning Mistakes.

7 MISTAKES THAT RUINS YOUR WEDDING
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Saying “I DO” is just the beginning of the life in marriage; it is before the wedding ceremony. However, the time frame for all the planning needs to be accomplished days before the wedding. There is little room for unnecessary mistakes because poor decisions cost money. Prevalent common mistakes in wedding planning.

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Here is a list of the common mistakes brides make while planning a wedding: 

#PLANNING BEFORE SETTING THE BUDGET

Set a budget to prevent the headache of overspending. This will allow you to work within limits while planning each segment of your wedding. For everything you need, divide your complete budget into categories: venue, clothing, catering, music, flowers, rehearsal dinner, reception, invitations, and so much more.

It can be a stressful and painful job to create a budget for your wedding, but ultimately it is a needed step towards a successful wedding.

#PLANNING YOUR WEDDING LATE

Having enough time to plan your dream wedding is essential. Decide which sort of location should also be made before many other choices are made because it will impact them. The entire wedding arrangement can be affected by rushed planning. If you are planning to order a dress online, it is advised to do so 12 -18 months before your big day. 

This will give you enough room for modifications plan B just in case. Take time to schedule your wedding in particular because on your wedding date everything should be timely.

#THE ABSENCE OF MARRIAGE COUNSELING

Some couples focus on planning their wedding and forget about the concept of marriage in general. People forget that there is life after marriage. The wedding is a one-day event, while the wedding is a lifetime event. Marriage counseling may differ in sessions, but they may last for 6 months.

This is an excellent chance to work through future problems and discuss expectations. It is useless to have a wedding without a marriage. Take time to find a marriage counselor and get began; it will assist you to get through the tests that are bound to come in the future.

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#HIRING A FRIEND INSTEAD OF A PRO

The wedding experts you employ will work together to achieve your wonderful wedding day. Most of the time brides use online reviews like Pinterest, bridal magazines or pictures to decide which suppliers they choose for their wedding day.

Here’s a tip: get to understand the beliefs of the businesses.  Do they concentrate on prizes or grants? Brides should discover suppliers with flexible companies that are customer-centered. Rigid packages or rigid policies can be a precursor to an ineffective case.

#TRYING TO PLEASE EVERYONE

Don’t let the views or thoughts of other people derail you from your vision. It can be very simple to get caught up in what your mom, best friend or grandma thinks is a good idea, but at some stage you have to inform them (politely) you enjoy their feedback, but you are going to plan a wedding that you want.

#DOING IT ALL YOURSELF

We enjoy nothing better than seeing the smart projects that couples come up with to make their marriages special. If you are planning to do it yourself, you might end up overdoing it. Don’t do all the duties alone.

Choose one or two people you trust and love to help with the planning. With someone assisting you with the wedding, will help you rest, save you time and stress.

#OVERWHELMING YOUR PARTNER

This is your day, and it’s also your fiancé. Don’t stress your partner over something he can’t afford or he doesn’t want to do. Listen to the interests and choices of your partner as well. Many women concentrate on themselves, thinking that weddings are just for women and forget about their partners.

Try to be sensible, particularly if you are planning a wedding with your spouse.

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