wedding. Tuesday , October 31st , 2017 - 12:55:31 PM
Before you start you search, be sure of what you want, have a list of the dishes you wish to have at your wedding, according allot a budget and then look for caterers who fit the bill. Yes, you will most certainly end up getting a plethora of choices from the caterer as well, after which you can make additions and change your list a bit, but stick to the pre-decided budget, that will keep you from spending more.
Many people hire professional wedding planners to handle the stress of orchestrating the big event (although it's doubtful a bride has ever gotten through it all stress free with or without the help of a professional planner). But why pay a sizable retainer to have a stranger plan your wedding, when you can enlist the help and support of your family members and wedding party to bring everything together. Organize your wedding party into a planning committee (remembering that, odds are, the ladies will take on most of the responsibilities let the men handle manual labor like setting up tables and chairs) and let them all contribute to your blessed event. If they're close enough to you to be in your wedding, odds are they will be more than happy to help you make it extra special. Have friends pitch in to take pictures, too, for a more personal experience and big savings on photography.
Typical themed weddings can also be planned on simple and easy budget. Try keeping with the seasons depending on what time of year your wedding is. For spring use wedding reception decorations that include light flowers and fresh colors. All summer themes think bold larger than life decorations and neutral colors. Sunset colors work great with fall weddings, and winter weddings are best to keep with lighter hues and shades. Example, color combinations such as burgundy and hunter, or wine and sky blue are just a couple of the many color choices for more formal autumn weddings. There are also many red, orange, and yellow flowers to go with this theme such as marigolds, apricot lilies, rust and burgundy hydrangeas. Rose petals are also great to use on tables, on parts of walkways or floating on water.
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