is because it's such a big day that will only happen once, and so you want everything to be perfect.
This means you put a lot of pressure onto yourself because you want it to be so magical. One important
thing to remember, is that things can and will go wrong. The cake might get dropped, or the meal might
run for longer than you wanted it to. But at the end of the day, the main focus is you and your partner.
It's a celebration of your love for one another, and as long as you are both there declaring that love you have,
then nothing else really matters. So although it's easier said than done - don't drive yourself into the ground
trying to make everything perfect. It will be. So believe it.
most important things - the invitations. Just because you may have told most of your guests about the time
and venue, doesn't mean they will remember it. You need to have invitations so that everyone has something
to refer back to, as well as being able to save the date so they don't end up making any other plans and double
booking themselves. If you aren't into the whole postage idea, then you can always do it virtually instead. Just
make sure that it can’t be sent to spam, as this will put a very big spanner in the works.
on the kind of venue you choose will determine whether or not you have a bar already included - but even then,
they often have their own rules when it comes to alcohol. Sometimes, you may need to buy your own, and then
they'll serve what you have. Other times everything is included so you don't need to do much. If you are having
tosupply your own, then try and think about diversity so that you have enough options for all different
preferences. You may want to buy cognac online for the groom and his team, and some bubbly for you and
the girls, as you can't go wrong with that taste section.
the people that have been a help through this journey so they know just how much you appreciate them. So even if
you're shy - do it anyway. It doesn’t have to be long either, keep it short and sweet if you want to, it’s just the thought
the counts remember.
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