Planning for your wedding can get very challenging. It does not only consume your time and energy but also eats up your patience in the process. And what can impatience do to your wedding planning? You may never want to imagine what. However, instilling the importance of taking things slow and forbearing any contests to your already wounded leniency.
Couples are often challenged by meeting deadlines. If you only have a limited time left before your big day, deadlines have to be set for wedding essentials to be met. However, if food tasting is postponed, if seminars get rescheduled, or if decorations come delayed, you cannot help but let out that a face on fire because of frustration and anxiety. If you let it devour the best in you, panic starts to hit you. This leads you to shout at every person responsible for the mistake or to weaken the strength and energy reserved for wedding day.
What is even worse about getting impatient when planning is that you tend to settle for the second best. This is especially true when you are shopping for the items you need. If you let the tickling of the clock deafen you, you may choose whichever is convenient for you and not which is suitable for you. Knowing that it is going to be the day of your life, it is never good to allow impatience to generate mediocrity.
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More couples are choosing to get married on the beach than ever before. For those planning beach weddings – up to 95 percent of weddings are held on the beach at sunset, with a few weddings planned for early morning. Remember that even beaches need to be booked, especially if you have a specific date and time of day that you want to have your ceremony. With economics the way they are today and so many people conscious of the environmental effects of their actions the beach wedding trend is moving towards smaller, more intimate ceremonies.
When planning a unique theme for your beach wedding wherever you decide to hold it, choose a theme that says something about who you are as a couple, your values, your hopes and your dreams.
Remember the invitation should reflect the type of affair your guest will be attending. An informal wedding will have simple invitations, perhaps written by hand. A more formal affair will go with more traditional invitations on parchment, engraved with RSVP cards. After you have decided on your theme and you are using certain colors, be sure to include these colors in the invitations. It is a small personal touch that tells your guests how much this day means to you.
Unless you have a private beach for your wedding you need to consider some of these questions:
Permits – will your venue choice require a special permit?
Alcohol – if it is a public venue, is Alcohol allowed, do you require a license, does the restaurant/caterer provide one?
Think about the costs of getting everyone to the wedding – are you providing travel arrangements for your guests?
What about bad weather are alternatives available ie. Marquis rental?
Are bugs going to be a problem and can the location manager provide control?
Are there any clothing rules, restrictions or suggestions for guests?
Restrooms – are these available?
Access – will ALL of your guests be able to access the beach easily?
Sound – will guests be able to hear your ceremony above the sound of waves and wind? Do you need microphones & speakers.
Children policy – does the venue allow children?
Even at a beach wedding, you can still can have the wedding dress you have always dreamed of wearing. There are no rules that state that you have to compromise your wedding dreams. A classically styled, full dress is just as appropriate as something more casual and practical. You may however want to think about the accessories for your gown and how practical they are given the sand. Alternatively, you could put down a carpet to walk on, wear casual flat shoes or even go barefoot. A full flowing veil may be a handful, if the area is breezy. Again choosing your wedding theme early will help you make choices for your gown, your bridesmaids, the groom and the groomsmen.
More and more contemporary brides and grooms are opting for a more casual fun ceremony coordinating the colors and themes into a beautiful display.