No matter how hard we try to have a perfect wedding, there is still the possibility of experiencing slight flaws in the course of the event. There are issues, which could be minor or major, and may affect our mood for the day. However, a lot of wedding issues actually have their common culprits and common answers as well, so it is important to recognize the issue in order for you to know how to face it.
Financial Problem – Whether it’s a birthday party, a wedding occasion, or a small thanksgiving party, having a sound financial status can technically help you have an enjoyable and successful gathering. Let’s face it; money is very important in order to book with the right vendor or buy the right items for the event. However, if you think that your money is not enough for your wedding day, you can either choose a date when you can probably have more money to add in your savings or find ways to borrow money from lending institutions or from relatives and colleagues. If you choose the latter, make sure that you can repay them in due time. On the one hand, if you choose the former, always tell your partner about it. If he/she does not want to move the date, then you might have to settle for ways to cut down expenses like getting free help, opting for a wedding favor cum dessert, sending invitations electronically, and borrow wedding dresses.
The Guest List – Should you invite your office mates or just your best friends in the office? Should you invite all your extended family or just those whom you’ve constant communication with? Indeed, making the guest list can be quite difficult. It can be time-consuming especially if you have lots of friends and quite frustrating if you don’t have enough money for a grand celebration to accommodate all of them. When making your guest list, always prioritize your family first, then your extended family including cousins, and best friends and colleagues. If you plan of inviting a coworker, might as well invite one whom you consider your best friend. Don’t worry; the rest of them will understand your situation. Meanwhile, it is okay not to invite extended family members whom you have no contact with for years, but never do this with your siblings and parents.
The Food – Before you think of the cuisines that you love to have on your wedding day, you should first think on your guests. Will your big day be filled with kids or with elderly? Do you have loved ones on special diet? These factors are necessary in order to choose the best foods for your invitees. You can also choose for a buffet dining with a mixture of different cuisines for everyone to enjoy their gastronomic experience on your wedding day.