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How To Plan A Wedding

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  • 1. How to plan a Wedding
    Jessie McHale
  • 2. Step 1: The Proposal
    The proposal is a discussion about getting married.
    • May be a formal or informal event.
    • 3. The proposal leads to the arraigning of wedding plans
  • Step 2: The Engagement Ring
    • The engagement ring is the most important item when proposing to someone.
    • 4. The man may ask someone for assistance in picking out the right ring for his lucky bride.
  • Step 3: Choosing a Wedding Date
    • The wedding date depends on a lot of things:
    • 5. Location of wedding
    • 6. Specific preferences
    • 7. Time
    • 8. Date
    • 9. Personal considerations
  • Step 4: Choosing a wedding ring
    • options to choosing the ring:
    • 10. Design your own
    • 11. Choose your materials
    • 12. Family heirloom
    • 13. Antique ring
    • 14. Tattoo ring
  • Step 5: Size of the wedding & guests
    • Before choosing a venue for the wedding, the individual planning must know the number of expected guests.
    • 15. Types of weddings:
    • 16. Elope just the 2 of you.
    • 17. Small wedding with family.
    • 18. Large wedding.
  • Step 6: Wedding ceremony venue
    • Choose the right location.
    • 19. Exotic destination
    • 20. Beach, volcano, mountains, hot air balloon
    • 21. Local destination
    • 22. Church, lodge, hotel, back yard.
    • 23. Keep in mind the more exotic your destination, the more money it will cost.
  • Step 7: Reception Venue
    • You may choose to have your reception at a different location than the ceremony.
    • 24. When choosing a reception location keep in mind the weather, specific decorations, lighting, catering service.
  • Step 8: Honeymoon Location
    • If you choose a destination wedding your honeymoon will probably be at the same location.
    • 25. Popular destinations:
    • 26. BAHAMAS, HAWAII, POCONOS, GATLINBURG, NIAGARA FALL
  • Step 9: Plan & purchase a dress
    • There are many different styles of wedding dresses to fit everyone’s budget.
    • 27. Depending on the brides preference she maybe able to purchase a used gown.
    • 28. Designer dresses are available.
    • 29. Depending on the type of ceremony, will help determine what type of dress to get.
  • Step 10: Planning the menu
    • Consider the amount of guests.
    • 30. Also consider the budget.
    • 31. Caters are available
    • 32. If not catering, ask friends or family to pitch in.
    • 33. Whoever handles the food for the wedding make sure they understand the couples preferences.
  • Step 11: Decorations & Flowers
    • Flower Options
    • 34. Floral arrangements
    • 35. Atmosphere desired for wedding.
    • 36. Catering & floral work together to compliment each other.
    • 37. Decorations
    • 38. Decorations will also compliment the food & flowers.
    • 39. Wedding favor Keepsakes.
    • 40. Take home gifts for guests.
  • Step 12: Choosing the Cake
    • Make sure the cake compliments the wedding reception.
    • 41. The cake is the center of attention, besides the bride.
  • Step 13: The wedding music
    • Choose a style of music that best conforms to the style of the wedding & reception.
    • 42. Dj are available as well as a live band.
    • 43. If your budget is tight, you may pre-record of random-play is an option.
    • 44. Choose a great song for the conclusion of the wedding.
  • Step 14: The invitations
    • Finalize the guest list, date & venue.
    • 45. Order invitations 4 weeks prior to mailing them.
    • 46. Invitations should be mailed between 6 & 8 weeks prior to the wedding.
    • 47. Include a RSVP date.
    • 48. Finalize the guest list at least 2 weeks prior to the wedding.
  • Step 15: The Actual Wedding
    This is the day to celebrate the two people getting married and show them your support.