Discover the positive side of wedding planning at Utah wedding venues. You’ve probably read the list of DON’Ts that you must try to avoid. Well, here is a simple list of the most basic “DO” strategies that will give you greater chance of completely enjoying your spectacular day!
#1 – DO take time for courting. Do step back from the hustle and bustle of planning and remember, the wedding will come and go. After that day has ended, all that will be left behind will be wonderful memories of the day, but the only thing you’ll be able to cling onto is each other. It’s just you and him and your relationship. Enjoy each other along the path getting there! Little simple thoughts like a shoebox of his favorite cookies, a pint of ice cream with two spoons, a drive up the canyon, will keep the flame very much alive before and after the wedding day. Whatever you want or have time to do, just do it!
#2 – DO prioritize the most important details of your ideal wedding – Make your wedding and reception what you’ve dreamed, but prioritize those dreams. Take a deep breath now and be ready to compromise for your own sanity, your fiancé’s sanity, and your family’s sanity. Some find it easier to do by writing your wishes as a list on paper and then rank them as most to least crucial. Get your man involved as well. He has thoughts and dreams too. Do communicate what is most important to you and see how you and your family or bridesmaids can help make it happen. I imagine having your fiancé there at the wedding would be the number one priority, the non-compromising item and everything else is in some way negotiable!
#3 – DO accept help from others. You are loved by many who want you to have a beautiful day. Bridesmaids and groomsmen are there for a real reason, not just to cost money and look nice! Let them help you how they are able while being reasonable with your expectations. You’ll want to be respectful of their time, but by all means, do let them play their role.
#4 – DO consider your guests. The time your guests are taking out of their day to celebrate with you is valuable to them. Be mindful of their time. For example, the maximum time between your ceremony and reception should be two hours which would include travel time if ceremony and reception are in two different wedding locations in Utah.
#5 – DO K.I.S.S. – Keep It Simple Silly. Believe it or not, my mother taught me this one! This ties into the prioritizing but also applies to the bride that thinks she has to do everything or make everything. You don’t have to be a D.I.Y. bride on everything. Sometimes doing everything yourself can be more headache and more costly than if you find something similar and just make the purchase. Remember, you want to enjoy the path along the way to that final aisle where your new husband takes your hand and you do kiss!
#6 – DO pamper yourself the day before. And at all costs, get a good night’s rest. You DO want fresh bright eyes for your wedding day photos!
#7 – DO smile and savor every moment of your beautiful day! If the cake topples over, so what! Just smile, laugh and take lots of photos of you and your man posing beside it! Your day will be over before you know it. The wedding reception center’s lights will go out and it will be just you and him driving off on your honeymoon, forever!