how to organize your own wedding

If you are faced with the ques­tion of how to orga­nize ain­ex­pen­sive­ly, the answer seems obvi­ous: in this case, it is bet­ter to pre­pare aon your own, with­out con­tact­ing var­i­ous hol­i­day agen­cies.

How to organize a wedding?

Have you decid­ed to orga­nize your own wed­ding, but don’t know where to start? Use our tips, per­haps they will help you con­cen­trate on the most impor­tant thing, and not leave all the impor­tant points with­out atten­tion. Pre­pare a nice clean note­book and sit down with your love­ly part­ner to dis­cuss the wed­ding. Orga­niz­ing aalone, of course, will not work — at a min­i­mum, you need to dis­cuss every­thing with your soul­mate, and also, you will have to enlist the help of your friends. So let’s go.

To begin with, think about how much you are will­ing to spend on acel­e­bra­tion and increase it by about two times. Since the­is a very cost­ly, but spec­tac­u­lar event. Decide if this will be a noisy cel­e­bra­tion with a huge num­ber of guests, includ­ing the most dis­tant rel­a­tives and girls of the groom’s friends. Or you decide to make a hol­i­day just for your­self and share it with the peo­ple clos­est to you. Now many cou­ples prac­tice aban­don­ing the tra­di­tion­al ran­som at the bride’s entrance with the same type of com­pe­ti­tions and replac­ing it with a beau­ti­ful, high-qual­i­ty pho­to shoot on the street, in a cafe or hotel room, and then go to the reg­istry office, where every­one who wants to con­grat­u­late the new­ly­weds also arrives.

We sug­gest that you con­sid­er two options for cel­e­brat­ing a hol­i­day. Based on the cho­sen one, you will be able to nav­i­gate the nec­es­sary details and take into account all the most impor­tant points.

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Of course, after deter­min­ing the for­mat and style of the wed­ding, you need to send invi­ta­tions to your guests. You can make them with your own hands, dec­o­rate them beau­ti­ful­ly with the help of draw­ings, rhine­stones, beads, satin rib­bons, shells, lace. If the cel­e­bra­tion involves this, indi­cate the dress code.

Hol­i­day for two

The first option is a cel­e­bra­tion for two. If you want this day to be real­ly yours, and not a hol­i­day for numer­ous guests, then why not arrange a chic “romance” for two? Then you can eas­i­ly orga­nize a beau­ti­fu­ly­our­self. For a mem­o­rable hol­i­day, you, of course, need­dress­es. Also think about the style in which they will be made and pre­pare har­mo­nious acces­sories. Choose a good pho­tog­ra­ph­er and be sure to do a love sto­ry test ses­sion.

It will be great if you also use the ser­vices of a video­g­ra­ph­er so that a record­ing of a mem­o­rable event is for­ev­er imprint­ed in your mem­o­ry. On the day of reg­is­tra­tion in the morn­ing, you can make a pho­to ses­sion and shoot a video. Use inter­est­ing attrib­ut­es and pho­to props. After you fin­ish shoot­ing, you can go to the reg­istry office, where guests will already gath­er who want to con­grat­u­late you on this sig­nif­i­cant event. Of course, it is desir­able to cap­ture the reg­is­tra­tion as a keep­sake. In the evening, you can gath­er with your dear­est and clos­est friends in a restau­rant and cel­e­brate your hol­i­day in a nar­row cir­cle.

tra­di­tion­al wed­ding

The sec­ond option is a clas­sic noisyfeast. In the morn­ing you can orga­nize with your organize your own weddingbrides­maids ran­som. Let the girls, togeth­er with rel­a­tives from the side of the bride, pre­pare inter­est­ing tests and com­pe­ti­tions for the groom. After the groom takes his bride with dig­ni­ty, hon­or and fun, go to the reg­istry office. The ran­som should not be stretched too much — half an hour will be enough. After reg­is­tra­tion, dri­ve around the bright and mem­o­rable places of your city, along the way mak­ing a pho­to ses­sion and video film­ing. Have a ban­quet in the evening. In order for thenot to turn into bor­ing gath­er­ings, you need to find a good toast­mas­ter. It is not nec­es­sary to pay for his ser­vices — per­haps among your friends there is a per­son who is able to hold inter­est­ing con­tests and bright­en up the leisure of guests.

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