Planning a wedding can take over your every minute and lose that wonderful experience feeling very quickly if it all becomes too much. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With a little research before any possibilities have made it on to the list of finalists the planning process can remain an occasion to enjoy. You might need a little help from your friends and family but we doubt that not many of them will be turning down the chance to be part of the preparations. So where do you start with the research?
Research #1 – Wedding Fairs
Wedding Fairs are the perfect event to attend if you have a wedding to plan and a lot of them are generally held at a fancy hotel or wedding venue. So whilst you check out the smaller details you can also check out a possible venue – now that sounds like a great idea for a busy bride-to-be! Don’t feel that you have to limit yourself to just one or two as it is always wise to get a few ideas from various places, but on the other hand, don’t tire yourself out and end up dreading the words Wedding Fairs.
Research #2 – Wedding Magazines
Before you go rushing off to the shops and clear the shelves of all the latest wedding magazines, why not ask around. Magazines have a habit of being hard to get rid of and if you’re lucky they might just be of use to you. Backdated magazines can also be found at boot sales at a reduced price to if you are trying to keep your budget down. Once you have a good selection of magazines then you can start putting together a […]