Many people rush out and start putting down deposits without thinking through the logistics of what goes into planning one of your most memorable days of your life. Of course getting married is all about emotion, and getting caught up organizing such a complex day with your heart ruling your head is not ideal. The following 5 tips will help assist you in putting together the whole day, from the actual service to the reception:
This may sound simple and obvious, but from the very announcement of a date then the planning starts then. Making a list will leave nothing to chance, you can add or delete items as things progress. Make sure you assign the relevant people to the tasks allocated and always place time restraints each on completion or reporting. You have to know how things are progressing in the great scheme of things, what is behind schedule and what has been achieved. When it comes to a month before the big day that's when everything turns to chaos and you need to have all your ducks in a row before then.
Never leave transport and people moving logistics to well wishers and neighbours. If your guests are stranded at the airport or arrive at the church late then your wedding will be a fiasco. Professional transport companies such as Transport 4 Weddings know exactly how to organise group transportation for important events. Guests will arrive on time and transport to and from the important venues will run like clockwork. Trying to arrange all this on the day is a non starter, it is one major headache you need to leave to the professionals.
Don't leave your honeymoon planning till the last minute waiting for a good deal. Think of the disaster if you cannot go to that favourite hotel, or your visas to your dream holiday of a lifetime does not arrive in time. Book your honeymoon early and then you can forget about it. Arranging a wedding is not something you do every day, and it will be one of the hardest logistical nightmares you have ever experienced. Organisation is the key to the whole thing, and trusting the professionals.