Deciding who will receive an invite to the most important day of your life can be one of the more challenging tasks that come with planning your wedding. From distant relatives you rarely see to coworkers and your parents’ friends, it can be quite overwhelming to sort out who will make the cut—especially when feelings are involved. However, by keeping in mind the size of your reception site and your budget, it is possible to solidify your guest list while keeping the peace.
Ask anyone with even the slightest bit of knowledge as to what it takes to plan a wedding and they’ll surely tell you that it’s one of life’s more stressful processes. From designing invitations to the final dress fitting and everything in between, planning the Big Day can often take a toll on the bride-to-be—not to mention the strain it may cause on the couple’s relationship.
Though planning can be overwhelming, it’s important to not lose sight of why you’re doing it in the first place. The person who will be waiting at the end of the aisle needs your attention too, and to guarantee that he’ll be there when you make it to the alter requires some effort in the romance department.
He finally popped the question and you’re over the moon with excitement.
The day you’ve been dreaming about is really going to happen and you couldn’t be happier. Once you stop staring at that gorgeous ring, you jump online and scour the Internet for ideas. Pinterest board, check, wedding blog, check, information overload, check. All of your friends and family are thrilled for you – and eager to share their opinion as to what you should and shouldn’t do as you plan your wedding. Now your head is spinning – oh dear!