Are you planning your wedding in a hurry? If so, you are not alone. More brides than you may think are either forced to plan their wedding in a short a time as possible or simply choose to settle their wedding vows in a shorter period after their engagement. If you are one of the two, then you may have only two months (or less) to plan your wedding. But there’s no need to worry – it can be done. This is what you should know so you can plan your wedding in two months.
Figure out your priorities and budget from the start
The very first thing you should do is to figure out your priorities and budget from the start. If you want to have a less stressful time planning your wedding, you have to compromise a bit on your priorities. Determine what you really want. Do you really need to have a custom-made dress? Do you really need to have extensive flower arrangements? Know what is important to you and what can be set aside or compromised.
Once you have determined what your priorities are, it’s time to plan your budget. How much can you realistically afford? What is more important to you – a good venue, or good food? Plan your budget so that you can spend more on what is important for you and your groom.
Look for good deals
Believe it or not, if you are planning your wedding on short notice, you may be able to get better deals than if you were planning your wedding a year in advance. Some wedding venues, such as wedding venues Doncaster like The Regent, actually offer better packages for short-notice weddings, so look for those. This is especially true if you get married off-season. And don’t be afraid to haggle a bit on the price offered by different suppliers, such as photographers or wedding cake makers. It won’t hurt to ask for a last price or quote, and you may even be successful. Most suppliers are willing to offer their services for a lower price, so just ask.
Sort out your guests
Your guest list is another task you have to sort out as soon as possible, simply because you have to send out your Wedding invitations and plan your menu and costs based on the number of guests you have. If you are on a budget, limit the number of your guests to those with whom you really want to spend your special day. You can’t invite everyone, so remember this from the start. You may even want to limit your guests to couples rather than families with children. The important thing is to get this sorted out as soon as you can so you will have an easier time planning everything else.
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