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Tips to celebrate National Wedding Planning Day

Wedding planning

National Wedding Planning Day is celebrated each year on March 1st. It is a very unique holiday to inspire couples to enjoy their wedding planning process. Weddings are one of the most joyous celebrations of mankind, but can also be one of the most stressful events to plan. This day is all about enjoying the process and cherishing it in a fun and exciting way. Here are some tips to make the best out of your wedding planning.

1. Have a personalized wedding planning book

Having a planning book will help you write down important notes, numbers, and dates. You can also use it to keep all your big-day ideas. Or maybe you can create your own or buy one that includes sections such as daily to-do lists, budgets, honeymoon ideas, a photography shot list, and so much more. You can even personalize it with your name and save it as a memory for years to come.

2. Get a countdown calendar

Having a countdown is another way to enjoy the wedding planning process until the big day arrives. This can not only pump you up but also remind you of how many days remain until your wedding, and the things you have to do before the date.

3. Avoid sending out the invitations too soon

To avoid stress during the planning, it is best to have a calendar and prepare things on time. One thing to keep in mind is sending the invitations ahead of time, especially if you have not finalized the guest list. Save-the-date cards are usually sent out eight to ten months before the wedding date.

4. Take pictures of the process

This will be a once-in-a-lifetime moment that must be framed! Therefore, it is important to take pictures of the process. Once the wedding is over you’ll feel grateful to have those pictures that tell the story of your wedding planning journey and forever love.

National Wedding Planning Day was created to get couples inspired about their wedding-planning journey as well as launch them into the process. Planning requires time, effort, and help from an expert. Make sure to contact us to tour our fully renovated venues and setup an appointment with one of our event specialists.