how to prepare for a wedding

Oh, this wed­ding sea­son … Brides in white dress­es, sim­i­lar to bis­cuit cakes, merge in a pas­sion­ate kiss with their new­ly-made hus­bands, who, in their black jack­ets and trousers, seem to mourn the irre­triev­ably lost free­dom … As they say, a man in mar­riage is like a fly, sit­ting on a sticky tape — it seems sweet, but bor­ing and you just won’t fly away. How­ev­er, jokes aside — after all, if you are plan­ning a wed­ding, you are prob­a­bly not very fun­ny. The respon­si­bil­i­ty for prepar­ing and orga­niz­ing this large-scale and, if you’re lucky, the only event in life falls on the shoul­ders (most often on frag­ile women). So how do you pre­pare for your wed­ding? And most impor­tant­ly, how to plan every­thing in such a way as to get by with the min­i­mum expen­di­ture of mon­ey, nerves, and effort, but to get the max­i­mum return? We will talk about this today.

Prepa­ra­tion of wed­ding dress­es

First, let’s talk about how the prepa­ra­tion for the groom’s wed­ding usu­al­ly goes. For a young (or not so) per­son, the main thing is “to make the suit fit”. Choos­ing the right pair of shoes, shirt, jack­et and trousers is easy. In addi­tion, wed­ding rings, accord­ing to tra­di­tion, are also pur­chased by a man. Oh, yes — also a flower in the but­ton­hole, cor­re­spond­ing to the col­or of the bride’s dress — that’s prob­a­bly all.

If we are talk­ing about how the bride pre­pares for the wed­ding, then this process requires spe­cial atten­tion. Some­times it takes weeks or even months just to choose the right wed­ding dress. It is nec­es­sary to choose a suit­able styl­ist to make a beau­ti­ful hair­style and make-up, do not for­get about man­i­cure, pedi­cure, depila­tion, at least go to the solar­i­um and beau­ti­cian at least a few times. It is also impor­tant to choose a beau­ti­ful set of under­wear, stock­ings with garters, com­fort­able and styl­ish shoes, and choose the right acces­sories.

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Step by step preparation for the wedding

If all this is already planned for you, you can talk about the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny, which sim­ply can­not take place with­out the fol­low­ing com­po­nents:

  • Bride and groom. The new­ly­weds must approach the wed­ding day ful­ly armed and in full dress. It is advis­able to think over your out­fits in such a way that they match each oth­er — for exam­ple, the col­or of the groom’s shirt is in har­mo­ny with the bor­der of the bride’s dress, the col­or scheme of the bou­quet is com­bined with the pat­tern on the groom’s tie, and the like.
  • Place. Although there is an opin­ion that it is not the place that makes the per­son beau­ti­ful, in this case it can be refut­ed. If we are talk­ing about a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny, then the restau­rant or cafe where you will cel­e­brate the cel­e­bra­tion is of great impor­tance. Choose the insti­tu­tion where you have to cel­e­brate the wed­ding, very scrupu­lous­ly. There must be con­ve­nient access and park­ing for cars of guests and rel­a­tives, and it is desir­able to exclude exot­ic dish­es from the menu — at some point, guests don’t care what to eat — a sim­ple and under­stand­able Olivi­er sal­ad or truf­fles with foie gras. The main thing is that every­thing is fresh and tasty, and there is enough space in the ban­quet hall to dance. Step-by-step prepa­ra­tion for the wed­ding puts the choice of venue at the fore­front.
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  • Toast­mas­ter. Who needs to be cho­sen accord­ing to the reviews is the toast­mas­ter. A mass enter­tain­er will def­i­nite­ly come in handy, because the guests, after they receive bread, will demand spec­ta­cles in the form of con­tests, cheer­ful con­grat­u­la­tions, and so on. Touch­ing toasts, well-thought-out theme of the evening, a cheer­ful feast — a good toast­mas­ter can work won­ders.
  • Par­ents, wit­ness­es and guests. Think over the list of invi­tees and check it sev­er­al times — often in the con­fu­sion we for­get to invite the right peo­ple, and then we catch our­selves. Spe­cial places must be pre­pared for the par­ents of the bride and groom. As for the wit­ness­es, it is also bet­ter to choose them in advance. Have a fall­back just in case — if force majeure hap­pens at the last moment and some­one refus­es to be a wit­ness, you will calm­ly call anoth­er per­son to ful­fill this hon­or­able mis­sion.
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We hope that the above tips for prepar­ing for the wed­ding will make this day bright and unfor­get­table!