Book your appointments early
Make bookings with your provisional wedding specialists as early as possible to ensure that you get what you want. Have a checklist of questions and items with things that are important to you. Trust me – you can easily get caught up in the excitement and forget to ask the most important questions!
Get the big things booked first!
Everyone knows that the venue, photographer and celebrant may well need to be booked anywhere from 12 to 18 months early, and in some cases more, but remember not to overlook hair and make-up styling for your big day. Many of the popular professionals can fill their books for a year ahead in just the month of January!
Don’t rush into decisions
It is SO important to take the time to ensure that these wedding professionals are right for you. Your professionals should listen intently to your thoughts about how you would like your wedding to be but also keen to make suggestions. After all, their core business is to help you create a wonderful wedding.
Create and follow a plan
Prepare and follow a checklist. Arrange your plans so that all preparations are completed at least a few days before your wedding date. This gives you the time you need to relax with family and friends before the big day.
Your wedding day is the beginning of your life as a married couple – it is about the commitment that you make to each other.
How would you like that to be honoured in your ceremony?
It is vital that the ceremony reflects what is important to you both – it sets the scene for the rest of your lives together! You owe it to yourselves to work with a celebrant who will help you create a ceremony which is special, memorable and unique to you both.
Get in touch via the link below to arrange a meeting so we can start creating your personalised ceremony.