Planning the perfect wedding is all about the details, from the color palette and theme you choose to the number of layers in your cake. Weddings don’t have to be expensive to be beautiful.
We believe that every single bride deserves to have a stunning, well-organized, stress free wedding planning process.
You feel absolutely fantastic and start to buy every single magazine out there and become overwhelmed with the prospect of all colors, ideas and other choices. You start to spend hours and hours on Pinterest…Hey, do you really want to spend your precious time on that? I like Pinterest, its wealth of inspiration and ideas that couples have to draw from. However, it can turn into a curse when it comes time to narrow the focus and put together a cohesive event that truly reflects couple’s personality.
All your family, lovely friends, cousins and aunties are very interested. They all want to be helpful for you with their ideas and suggestion how your big day should look like. Every single person you meet knows when will be your wedding, how many bridesmaids you have and of course the color.
But, for some reason mum thinks that your favorite narcissuses don’t look very nice and we should choose light pink roses… Why your bridesmaids think that they can pick out their dresses? Also, I don’t want to use my dad’s friends “vintage car”. Well, another food for thoughts.
You think you have plenty of time for everything, the wedding is a month away. You and your fiance are pretty sure that things will all work out. You just need a little break from the planning for a couple of weeks…couple of weeks…
And here we go “Oh my God! The wedding is almost here!”.
You start to panic and stress that there’s not enough time to individually stamp all napkins, you think that the wedding should be fine without your tango dance (which you really wanted at the beginning of planning) and you don’t have time to create a candy bar of your dreams.
Planning a wedding is a huge task for everyone to take on and it’s something that needs dedicated time over a number of months in order to ensure the exceeding of expectation. At some point, you may simply conclude that it’s a necessity rather than a luxury.