Essential Steps to Take When Planning Your Garden Wedding

Just got engaged and not sure where to start? Here are the essential steps you must take when planning a garden wedding and we made it as simple and straightforward as possible!

Whether you want a small, simple wedding or a big, lavish affair, we break it all down one step at a time below. So, don't hesitate to contact us as we can assist you at any point in the process.

You cannot make any further decisions until you know what you can afford to spend. You must take into account your number of guests because it will affect the rest of your plans since the size of your wedding and your budget go hand in hand

Create your dream wedding vision that matches your garden venue and fits your style by having a mood board or a few saved Pinterest posts that highlight your favorite wedding ideas, as well as the aesthetic you'd like to hone in on. After all, having a clear wedding vision will make your big day much more memorable to guests. Remember, the beauty is in the details.

The venue of your ceremony and reception will serve as the backdrop for almost all of your wedding photographs, not to mention that it will have the most impact on your budget and the ambiance of your event.

Make sure to do this step as soon as vou can because vendors and venues are quickly filling up.

Don't forget to look at magazines, social media, and actual wedding photographs. Don't only rely on obvious sources to spark your creativity. For new and up-to-date suggestions, we also suggest looking through our wedding photos to get some ideas about the latest trends.

Think about how you want the day to flow. Would you prefer it to be intimate or lavish? This will have an impact on the exact number of guests you invite.

Keep in mind that increasing the number of guests at your wedding means higher prices because catering expenses are generally calculated on a per-head basis.

This is essential to wedding preparation for two reasons. This won't just help with budget allocation; it'll also keep you and your partner on the same page regarding what's most essential to both of you while allowing you to compromise which will lessen arguments and conflict along the road.

We recommend prioritizing venues, photographers, videographers, florists, caterers, rental companies, and hair/makeup stylists first. You'll have more time later in your planning journey to work with fashion designers, stationers, and niche entertainers.

Your experience will be a lot more comfortable and stress-free if a planner or coordinator is on hand to provide professional guidance. They have experience planning countless weddings and have a depth of knowledge when it comes to creating a wedding blueprint - which includes the budget, your schedule, and a list of reputable vendors and venues, as well as ensuring that everything runs well on your wedding day.

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