by Helen Hopkins, Pudding Bridge
Setting your wedding day priorities early on is imperative
It means you can divide up your budget according to what is important to you both for your day, making sure you don’t waste your budget on things you don’t need or want! As a wedding planner, I work with couples to help them plan their dream day.
One of the very first things we do is look at priorities. It so interesting to see who picks which area as the most important. So here is what to do…
Write a list of every element of your wedding day.
For example: venue, food, drink, ceremony, guests, entertainment, attire, cake, stationery, location etc.
Make sure you both have the same list and rate the items into order so that 1 is the most important.
Now it’s likely that you and your partner’s lists will be different.