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How To Choose Your Bridal Party


A bridal party is a saving grace to the bride. They are a major support during the wedding planning and ceremony. Narrowing down the pick of bridesmaids can be a difficult choice. You don’t want to let anyone down, but you also have to keep the list short. So, how do you choose your bridal party? When making your list, ask yourself these simple questions to help make your decision.

1.How close are you?

This is the big one. You never want to have someone in your party that is just there to fill a spot. Be sure to ask yourself what your relationship is with this person and how close you both are. If you know this person is a lifelong friend, she/he is a perfect choice!

2.How often do you see each other?

Are you the type of friends that keep in touch regularly? Or more the type that catch up once or twice a year? These are some questions to consider. We all have long distance friends, and that’s okay, however keep these questions in mind when making your picks.

3. Does the friendship make you happy?

Are your hangouts always a good time or are you stressed even thinking of hanging out? You should feel supported and happy with your bridal party through the entire process. Keep the drama away from your wedding planning.

4. Do you feel obligated?

Being in a friend’s wedding doesn’t mean you have to put them in your wedding. Although you don’t want to seem unappreciative or rude, it is ultimately your decision and your wedding. You can always explain your decision if someone is truly upset.

5. Are they family?

Depending on your family may influence your decision. Always consider yours and your fiance’s family members in your decision process.

6. Is she supportive of the engagement?

You don’t want to have negativity surrounding you during your wedding process. You want to surround yourself with a bridal party who will be happy for your upcoming nuptials.
Negativity and drama can be left elsewhere.

At the end of the day, it’s your decision and your big day! Although the process may be difficult, you’ll know who you want to have around you on your big day.

Wedding Planning Tips


There are many afferent ways to get your wedding planning done. To get the most out of your planning, and to keep yourself from going crazy, try these helpful tips!

1. Start With The Perfect Date.

There are a few things you’ll want to consider when picking a date: who is on your guest list and are their any major conflicts. You’ll also want to decide the season of your wedding. Are you a inter person? Summer? Spring? These are all great questions to consider before you pick your perfect date.

2. Wants Vs. Needs.

Consider your wants vs. your needs when it comes to narrowing down the list. This will help you stay on budget and eliminate any unnecessary purchases or added stress while planning. After you have everyone you absolutely need, then you can add some extras.

3. Set A Budget.

Budget, budget, budget. This is one of the hardest things many soon-to-be couples struggle with. As you start the planning process, things add up. But you don’t want to break the bank all on your wedding. Set a budget and stick to it. You’ll be happier for it when all is said and done.

4. Choose A Theme.

Get creative with your wedding. Maybe you and your sweetie share a love for the beach or winter snow. A theme may help you work together with decor planning and color scheme.

5. Don’t Forget Paperwork.

The wedding planning is just a part of what needs to get done for a wedding. Don’t forget your paper work. The marriage license and contracts for vendors are important to remember to finalize everything before the big day.

6. Ask For Help.

Don’t let your pride get in the way. If you need help, ask. Your friends and family will be up for the challenge. You’ll eliminate stress and can focus on other tasks.

7. Set Deadlines.

A great way to keep things on track and check things off your to-do list is to set deadlines. Things like your RSVP list or payments are good tasks to keep on track.

8. Don’t Try To Multitask.

If you’re trying to get too many things done at once, you’ll probably miss the important ones. Take things one at a time so you don’t miss fine details.

9. Personal Touches.

Don’t forget to add personal touches to your wedding day. For example a signature drink or your favorite song. Your guests will love it and your wedding will mean that much more to everyone.

10. Planning Time.

Give yourself enough time to get everything you want done. Don’t add stress to your planning by not giving yourself enough time to search and plan so your big day is extra special.

Wedding planning is an exciting time for all involved. Don’t forget to have fun and enjoy the ride. Your big day will come up in the blink of an eye.