Though it is not the statistically favorite month for weddings (that distinction goes to June), February is National Wedding Month, and preparing for that wonderful day can be both exciting and stressful.
The largest attendance at a single wedding was 150,000 people. While you are undoubtedly planning for a wedding much closer to the average number of 167, the principles and precautions of preparing for a wedding are the same.
Once the budget has been established, let the planning begin. While the number of details involved with planning a wedding can seem insurmountable, you can make systematic progress by doing just one thing or making one decision every day once the process begins – and accepting help when it is offered.
Though a wedding is personal event, you will be sharing it with family and friends. When some of them offer to help you with things, let them. You will undoubtedly make some wonderful memories, and they will feel even more a part of your special day.
A wedding is an expression of love and commitment, but it is also an investment. In fact, the average cost of a wedding is $33,900. You probably already have insurance on your engagement and wedding rings, but you might be surprised to know that you can purchase affordable insurance to protect your wedding from such things as lost deposits and to provide essentials such as liquor liability. This is just one more way to ensure that your special day is stress-free.
Whether your wedding is an intimate affair or a grand celebration, it is your day, and you want to be able to enjoy it. Take one step at a time, accept help when it is offered, and insure what you have invested, and your day will be perfect as you dreamed.