Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Essential Things to Consider for Your Wedding (Part 1)

Planning your perfect wedding can be tasking from choosing your wedding theme,bridal gown,honeymoon travel destination and many more.

All couples go through the engagement process and wedding planning .  It can be  tasking,  and will test the couple's  personalities as  two individuals may differ on ideas and preferences.  Like in marriage,  many decisions and goals should be put together to  achieve unity.  Open and constant communication will help a lot to discuss things better such as details about the wedding details such as finances,entourage, venue, and so many other things.  Working the schedule well is very important too as both need to attend to other  responsibilities while planning the wedding.

A checklist is a must  and there can be many other things on the list which includes wedding theme, drafting the guest list, invitations, hiring a video-photographer, florist, bridal car, and so on.  On top of these, read more about essential things  to consider for your  wedding :

The Wedding Rings
Next to the engagement rings, the wedding rings are the physical symbol of the couple’s love to each other to be worn during their marriage life.
Type of rings varies depending on the budget and preference of the couple:
Wedding ring

  • Antique rings are more significant since it is usually comes from the family of the groom which is passed on to the bride.  Older rings are more valuable and well crafted ones.  
  • Metals rings such as platinum,titanium, silver, and stainless steel  are alternative options.  
  • Colored stones such as diamonds and other birthstones can be incorporated depending on its importance to the couple.
The Reception Venue
A wedding reception is one of the major decision that you have to make.  It should be the perfect venue where memories of the celebration will take place. When booking for a reception, you may consider  the following :
  • Accessibility between the venue from your marriage ceremony’s location to save travel time and cost.  Some couples prefer to have them both in one roof plus the over-night accommodation which is usually done in a resort or a hotel. 
  • Comparative study of at least two or three venues on amenities, price,  and other extra privileges that are being offered.