Top Wedding Planning Tips for a stress free trip down the aisle!

Wedding Planning? It’s as easy as A.I.S.L.E.

Need to inject a little fun into your wedding planning? We thought so! We have come up with an easy to remember ‘mnemonic’ that breaks down our top wedding planning tips as you plan your celebratory trip down the aisle. 

A is for Arrangements (& planning!)

This is where your organization skills (and/or those of your partner!) will come in handy because your wedding needs a plan. But don’t be overwhelmed! Start with the end (your wedding day!) in mind and work backwards. As you learn about lead times and needs for different vendors, work backwards from your wedding date and mark your calendar with important due dates so you don’t miss a beat (or a deadline!).

Wedding Planning, Table Setting, Champagne
Photo Credit: Sweetheart Empire
I is for I Do!

As you embark on your wedding planning journey the path you take will have some twists and turns. So don’t forget, your ultimate goal here is simple–to get married to the person you love!  A wedding is a party, not a performance.

S is for Solutions

With the wedding planning challenges you encounter (and we know, there will probably be a few!), remember that there is always a solution to be found. Be on the lookout for win-win-win solutions and be flexible so that you will have options to choose from.

L is for Love

Love and Trust your Wedding Team. Wedding professionals will help bring your event to the next level. Communication with your wedding team is key and helps you feel confident in your team so you can enjoy your wedding. And it ensures your team has everything they need to create an unforgettable day for you, your friends and family.  When you trust your team you let them share their talent to the fullest.

 E is for Enjoy!

You have heard that your wedding day will pass by fast and you may feel pulled in many directions.  So as you plan how the day will go remember to schedule quiet moments that will give you and your spouse times to catch your breath, and to be fully present.

Wedding Planning, Bride and Groom with Bouquet at Train Station
Photo Credit: Xero Digital

 

Feature Image Photo Credit: Erin Blackwood Photography