Monday, 14 April 2014

5 Steps to Planning a Wedding your Groom will want to help organise

In this issue of our wedding blog series Letitia from Quintessential Concierge shares some wedding planning tips ...

We believe it’s important that the Groom be wholeheartedly involved in the planning process of your big day. This is so his tastes and preferences can be encompassed with yours to make for the day you both desire.

Men need to be wanted and needed by their partners, so include him by asking him some questions to help define your personal taste, preferences and style i.e. Is there a hobby or pursuit that he would like to incorporate into the wedding in some way?
{editor's note: if you're looking for some fun ideas check out our earlier blog post: what about grooms favourite things?!}

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Once you’ve got him on board here are a few tips in planning that perfect day together:

1. Start planning early. If you start late this could drastically reduce your options and you’ll end up with your second choice. Try to have at least 3 months before the big day.

2. Get organised. Create a document that includes supplier names, contact numbers and other important details. Not only are all details in one place you can hand it to your bridesmaids on the day!

3. Be smart with the budget. Keep your wishes realistic. If the budget is tight, spend a little less on things like wedding favours.

4. Send out the wedding invitations. Do your research on design well in advance. Keeping in mind time for printing and delivering. Send your invitations around two months prior to the wedding date.

5. Make it about you and your groom. Keep the day personal, guests love when couples make weddings individual, being pleasantly surprised with unusual and quirky variations.

What are you waiting for, get that gorgeous groom involved and start planning!

To get in touch please view Quintessential Concierge’s website and facebook page. Letitia is your lifestyle management specialist - your personal assistant on your wedding day!

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