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Build your own Wedding – The Rise of Personal Touches to Your Big Day

Choosing a wedding venue is arguably, one of the biggest decisions a couple can make when it comes to planning their big day, and the chance of finding one which meets every expectation is a tall order.

Karen James-Watkins of Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, shares with us her observations over the last couple of years, reflecting on the notable rise in couples wanting the ability to “build their own” wedding.

How To Hire The Best Florist For Your Wedding!

How To Hire The Best Florist For Your Wedding!

There are unlimited things to consider when planning a wedding. Couples need to hire a suitable venue, set a date. Guest list also needs to be prepared as well as invitations also needs to be sent out. Caterers need to be hired and menus need to be finalized. It seems like never ending line of interviews, contracts and decisions. Out of all these hectic jobs, there are some of the less obvious considerations that should not be overlooked - like hiring a florist.

Sometimes, hiring of florist gets left out to the last minute and couples often find themselves struggling to get a good vendor who can supply Sunday flower delivery of flower arrangements they desire.

Relieving wedding day stress

Relieving wedding day stress

 

We all know that your wedding day is supposed to be a happy day – indeed, the happiest of days. But what if things go wrong? What if you make a fool of yourself? What if something gets forgotten? Few people avoid wedding day stress.

One key step: You can make it far more bearable with good preparation. If you have organised things well in advance (or maybe you have employed a wedding planner to do this), then you should be able to enjoy the day without worrying about last-minute details.

Just to depress you, I’d like to point out that, of course, almost anything CAN go wrong. Your car may not collect you on time, it may break down, tremendous traffic - or weather - may hold you up. The venue may have a power cut.

Signs you’re becoming a bridezilla and how to overcome wedding planning monsters!

Planning a wedding can naturally get fraught at times. After all it’s the one of the biggest days of your life and you want everything to be perfect. As the big day edges closer, it’s natural for the bride to get a little anxious, especially if everything isn’t in place. Though if a little healthy apprehension turns into the soon-to-be-bride being intolerably demanding, an irrational bridezilla could be rearing its head and it’s time to step back and asses your behaviour.