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Don't Panic Tips

In any wedding, no matter how carefully and meticulously planned, something big or small may still go wrong, turn out a little differently or be totally unexpected. You can’t possibly plan for every contingency. But you can follow these 10 tips to ensure the ceremony runs as smoothly and calmly as possible.
1. Allow time for Wedding PrepCreate a Timeline with space for the unforeseen built into it. Have the aesthetician come to you for hair, nails and makeup. If that’s not possible, allow yourself lots of time to get from one appointment to the other.  Leave plenty of time to dress and to get to the wedding venue at least half an hour before the advertised starting time – the one you put on the invitations.
2. Choose your pre-ceremony photo shoot location wiselyIf you are having a pre-ceremony photoshoot somewhere other than at your home or wherever you are getting ready for the ceremony, build in lots of time to get to the venue. Ideally, schedule your photo shoots at wherever you are …

Venue Choice

With most couples, no sooner has the proposal been made and accepted and the engagement ring put on the wedding finger, than the burning issue of when and where to get married looms. And the minute you announce your engagement, absolutely everyone will want answers to those questions.

They’ll also want to know the season, formal or casual, destination or … The decisions are so numerous, in every way – from choice of location, time of day, time of year, cost, formality, informality, that the whole matter can be overwhelming.
Here are my suggestions to help you focus your choices and to give you a better idea of what will be the right venue, in every way, for your dream wedding.
6 Questions to help you decide where to have your wedding·Is there a place that is very meaningful for you – such as where you first met,the location where the proposal took place, a favourite vacation spot, the family flower garden, horse farm or cottage? ·If there is such as place, would it make sense to get marri…