How To Get Hitched Without A Hitch

We’ve said it many times before, but we shall say it again: planning a wedding is one of the most stressful things you will do in your life. However, it’s also one of the most happiest and memorable experiences of life, so it is important that you don’t allow the stress to taint your memories.

There are some common mistakes that couples make when planning their weddings. However, if you know what these errors are and are aware of how to avoid them, then you can rest assured that you will get hitched without a hitch.

Mistake 1: No orderliness

Many couples make have no coherence to their wedding plans. Instead, they deal with tasks as they go along. Although this will prevent them getting too absorbed and stressed by the planning, it could potentially lead to a disaster on the wedding day. A lot of elements of the wedding have to be organised within a certain time frame. If you forget to do something important, you may miss the boat.

Be as in control of the plans as you can. Even if you are the most disorganised people in the world, this is the time to change, even just for a short time. You’ll need a detailed checklist and schedule to ensure that everything is organised and in good time.

Mistake 2: Style over substance

A lot of couples are so concerned with the wedding looking good that they forget about it feeling good. You don’t need to choose between style and comfort.

Spend a little time and effort on finding elements that have both. When it comes to your dining tables, as well as looking pretty, they should be comfortable. You should use a good wedding chair hire business to ensure you get comfort and elegance. Comfort should also be considered when choosing the dresses, suits and shoes.

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Mistake 3: Overcomplicating

Many couples are so desperate for their wedding day to be unique and personalised, that the organisation of it all becomes very complicated and stressful.

While there may be elements you have your heart set on, do attempt to keep things simple where possible. For example, don’t ask ten people to be your bridesmaids. This will just make the organisation harder and will eat into your budget. When it comes to decorations, simplicity is often the most elegant, so avoid overdoing it.

Mistake 4: Sweating the small stuff

Of course, everyone wants to organise the perfect wedding. Some people are so focussed on this that when there is a small problem, it becomes a huge deal.

Things may go wrong when you are planning. If they do, take a deep breath and think about what you can do to fix it. If nothing can be done, ask yourself how important it really is in the grand scheme of things. The fact is, on your wedding day you’ll be so happy that none of the little hurdles you encountered along the way will matter.

Now that you know how to avoid these common mistakes, you can concentrate on organising the perfect wedding. Congratulations!

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