Monday, November 28, 2011

Planning A Memorable Wedding

By Timothy R. Longwell

Living in the US makes one feel free - free to do anything, free to live, free to love, free from traditions. While this is true, there are still many practices done during wedding that renders this memorable event with a distinct American touch. Here are some:

No wedding budget is ever too big. It is your budget not your imagination that sets the limits of what you can or can't do on your wedding day. Formal weddings in hotel ballrooms or other trendy wedding reception venues will require a much bigger budget than a reception held at your parents house. Normally, formal weddings are more expensive because everything about them is expensive such as the food, music, etc.

Wedding Hall: Wedding hall locations is very important factor in wedding ceremony. If you are planning for wedding in summer or in any vacation period then it can be difficult for you to find the wedding hall according to your requirement.

Most wedding preparations have a bridal shower given by the maid of honor and the bridesmaids. The groom may also have a bachelor party the night before the wedding but he has to be careful not to drink too much.

Wedding DJ: Choosing wedding DJ can be quite a challenge. First decide what type of music you want to play in your wedding ceremony. To get played your favorite wedding song in your wedding can make insure the success of the event. You will need music for every movement the interlude, prelude music, the processional, the recessional, the first dance, the last dance, mother/son dance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, dance music, and any other special songs that you wish to have played.

Don't worry if your wedding budget doesn't cover everything you can dream of. It may require compromises, scheduling changes, or simply begging for more money, but even with a small budget you can plan a beautiful wedding.

Developing the wedding budget is challenging, and the bride and groom should work on it together. If your parents are footing part of the expenses, you have to involve them in the process too. Traditionally, the bride's family covers most of the expenses. Today, such tradition is not necessarily relevant. The bride and groom normally pay for most of the weddings.

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