Martin Luther King once said, "There is no more lovely, friendly and charming relationship, communion or company than a good marriage." That's certainly true, but the real dilemma when it comes to getting married is usually making the wedding plans. Just where do I start? This is usually the question in almost every person who is looking forward to getting married. The good thing is that weddings always seem to be full of never-ending possibilities as you have inexhaustible alternatives starting from the venue of the wedding to what gown to wear. The world is basically your bridal oyster!
Every good thing always has a downside and since weddings have boundless possibilities, when it comes to planning then those very immeasurable possibilities evolve into immense decision making, and that is where the rubber meets the road. You suddenly realize that a lot has to be accomplished and within a very short period, starting from how to the guest list will be constituted, how the décor will be done, coming up with the budget, and most importantly, why your mom is opposed to every exceptional concept you come up with.
The reality of the matter is that the first few weeks of any wedding planning are usually the toughest as it is during this period where you try to figure out how to pull off everything that is in your to-do list. So how do you plan for your wedding? Where do you start? When do you start? After you have decided when the wedding will be, eight to seven months before the big day, you should:
Then, six to five months before the wedding you should:
Then, four to three months before the big day:
Two months before the wedding:
One month before the wedding:
The final week to the wedding:
Pack for your honeymoon and book a spa treatment.