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Planning a wedding

  1. 1. Planning a Wedding
  2. 2. This lesson willexplain the majorsteps to planning awedding
  3. 3. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  4. 4. Working With A Budget and Picking AWedding DateNational Average USCouples in 2011 was$27,000      we dding i s June onth for a o pular m Most p
  5. 5. We Have Covered:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  6. 6. Selecting the Wedding Party:Maid of Honor: Best Man:Sisters trump friends, but otherwise A brother or the best friend. In somego for your oldest and most loyal parts of the country, it’s customaryfriend. for the groom to choose his father.     Groomsmen:Bridesmaids: Old friends, cousins, and both theSisters, cousins, old friends and the bride’s and groom’s brothers.grooms sisters.  
  7. 7. We have covered:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  8. 8. Ceremony & Reception Location:       Weddings   Weddings can take place anywhere the couple desires.
  9. 9. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  10. 10. Officiant:The officiant leadsthe ceremony, makingit as simple asminutes or as indepthas over an hour. They pronounce thecouple as married atthe end of theceremony.
  11. 11. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  12. 12. Picking out a Theme and the Colors:3 Steps to Picking Out A Theme and Colors When is the wedding? Where will your wedding be? What is your wedding style?
  13. 13. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  14. 14. Wardrobe and Rings: Women typically wear Men typically wear a a dress that can range suit or tux ranging from any style or from any style and color. colors.     or le ts as i mp wan   be ascosuple n s ca as a ing cateR ri int
  15. 15. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  16. 16. Invitations:Invitations formally invite your guests to shareyour big day with you. They can range fromshape, style, colors and design.
  17. 17. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  18. 18. Food:Weddings have 1 or 2 dinner styles: A buffet ora sit down served meal. The choice dependson the couples budget or personal style.  There is also typically awedding cake that is cutby the newly weds.
  19. 19. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  20. 20. Music:Live Band- DJ-Pros: Pros:You and your guests will If there are a dozen songs youreexperience the pleasure of a dying to hear at your wedding, itperformance. Anything can happen wont be a problem for your DJ.to raise the excitement level. Also, DJs are generally less  expensive than bands.Cons:  Bands can be more expensive than Cons:DJs. Also, no matter how great the On the opposite end of theband, they cant have the spectrum, a DJ with a less-thanrepertoire of a standard DJ, who stellar personality can be a party-can keep a huge variety of musicon hand. killer. Also, improvisation is tough. 
  21. 21. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  22. 22. Vows:Writing them together- *Start out apart then come together tobring it together into one.  Writing them separately- *Establish a set or "rules" with your fianceabout combining personal and traditionalvows.
  23. 23. In This Lesson You Will Learn About:□ Budget / Date □ Wardrobe / Rings□ Wedding Party □ Invitations□ Location □ Food□ Officiant □ Music□ Theme / Colors □ Vows
  24. 24. Lets Review What We Covered:There are ten major components to thinkabout when planning a wedding. A wedding can be as unique or as traditionalas a couple want their wedding to be. You can plan a wedding on any budget,although the national average is $27,000. 
  25. 25. Sources:Facts :http://www.theknot.com/ http://search.realsimple.com/results.html?type=&Ntt=weddings&hdr_search_btn.x=0&hdr_search_btn.y=0 Images:www.google.com 

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