When it comes to your wedding day, you as the bride are on display. It is your day and everyone's eyes will be on you. For this reason, you must look your best, and your dress, accessories, and hair should be perfect. When the time comes to choose jewelry for your wedding day, you should follow some specific guidelines in order to select the right items.
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Invitations will be your guests' first glimpse at the style of your wedding . Make sure your invitations reflect your vision of your day. Traditional wording can be used, or you can use inspirational wording or write your own. Unless you have a degree in art, English, and etiquette, don’t try to make your own—people will notice, and it will set a tone for your wedding that you may have a hard time escaping. Whatever you do, remember that the invitation reflects your joy in having your guests share this special day with you.
The color scheme of your wedding will be one of the earliest decisions you make as it will influence the overall feel of your big day. Bold colors have been a key wedding trend in recent years and making sure you select the right combination is crucial to the overall look of your wedding. Many brides already have a couple of possible wedding color themes in mind
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If you have a dream wedding venue in mind, the decor might influence your choice of color. If the venue is decorated in bright strong colors, you might want to choose very simple colors such as white or cream to tone it down, or you may want to pick lighter shades of the venue colors. If, on the other hand, you know you want bold bright wedding colors, you should consider a plain and simple venue such as a pure white marquee.
Planning what could be the happiest day of your life requires creative input from both partners and any family members and friends you've decided to include in the planning, and also rigorous preparations to make sure the day goes smoothly. Wedding planning can be a wonderful part of life but it can also be very challenging and stressful. Indeed, you can be assured that some plans won't go as you'd like them to, so plan for that eventuality too! The key is to stay organized, to stick to a budget and to give yourself plenty of time to achieve everything.
Being a bridesmaid or groomsman can require a lot of work – and cost a pretty penny. If you’re going to put someone on the spot, it’s helpful to know the finer points of whom and how to ask.
Before you start filling out your bridal party with every friendly girl and guy you’ve ever met, keep in mind that you’d likely feel awkward (and might resent the time/expense) if asked to be an attendant by someone who’s only an acquaintance. You should only look to your best friends and closest family, such as siblings and maybe your cousins, says Anne Chertoff, a New York-based wedding editor.