When it comes to a wedding, it seems like you can’t plan enough for it. With weddings, it’s about planning and coordinating a million things and at least fifty people. You mix and match things from the aisle runner to the table ware and the bridesmaids dresses. Then you have to make sure the weather forecast is good or your outdoor reception could be ruined.
The best way to keep everything under control and taken care of is, as much as it may sound crazy; is to make a list and a sub list. It’s the wedding planner’s version of divide and conquer. You need to break down everything so you know just what you plan on doing and how much of it you’ve done.
You can plan the tasks by event where you divide the work for the bridal shower, the ceremony and the reception or you can divide the work by the tasks like decorating, renting, hiring staff and catering. It depends on how many people you have to help you out. You can have a special day reserved to shop for the dress, find a venue and pick out unique decoration pieces.
A friend of mine planned her decorations like this and found fresh fruit arrangements for her wedding reception. They were called fruit bouquets and got more attention at the head table then the wedding cake and were easily the most admired part of the wedding arrangements.
You can divide tasks among family and friends depending on how resourceful they are and what they’re better at finding. If you have a friend who teaches some sort of dance class she might be able to help you find a good DJ and for a better rate.
Unique centerpieces and wedding favors are hard to find, but they can make your wedding arrangements special. Fruit bouquets and fresh fruit arrangements are the perfect unique gift for wedding parties and wedding receptions