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Decorating the venue
When decorating the venue, keep in mind the style and formality you have decided on for your whole wedding. If your wedding has a theme, see what you can do to the venue to link it all in. Focus on the aisle and altar when decoration a church to achieve the most cost-efficient effect.
Some guests arrive 30-45mints early, so it’s a good idea to have at least one member of the family (or an usher) there to greet them. It’s accepted tradition for the bride to be late for the wedding ceremony (especially in Australia?), but don’t make it any longer than 15-20mints. Any longer and it might create stress and genuine concern.
Talk to your wedding photographer whether you would like to have some group shots straight after your ceremony, so he / she can organise one for you.
The Core Decisions
Take the analogy of building a home. After you have decided what your house will look like, the next thing to be done is to lay the foundations.
The foundations provide the basis on which a house sits, and if they are not right, the rest of the house invariably suffers.
Your wedding is the same. We can call the foundation The Core Decisions and these provide the framework for your entire wedding.
The Core Decisions at the initial stages of wedding planning are:
You need to make sure that you set the date and the venue first. Once if you do that you will need to contact the photographer and the celebrant as they intent to book out early in Sydney.
Wedding Planning in Sydney
Wedding are exciting event to be part of. The ceremony, the dramas, the fun and the emotion of the occasion all help build engaging romantic theater.
Tradition still holds great sway when it comes to wedding planning in Australia. It’s respectful to the past and gives a familiarity to the event,
allowing a greater level of enjoyment to the proceedings.
Increasingly, thought, couples are responding to change and are seeking to assert independence and individuality by incorporating contemporary and personalized elements in the preparation ad style of their wedding.
Planning for a wedding is an exercise in management can be seen as a step-by-step process, with each part making up a larger jigsaw puzzle.
Start by appointing yourselves as chief project managers and have in mind a clear picture of what you and your partner want the end result to look like.
Get your priorities right, lean to work together as a team empower yourselves with wedding know – how, and be a leader to get he most out of
your helpers. It’s when you have reached this “wedding zone” of organization that you begin to feel in control, enjoy yourselves and take full advantage of this once in a lifetime event!
Please contact us if you would like to discuss about your wedding planning.
We are wedding photographers not wedding planners, but we are confident that we can give you some good advise for your special day since we have been
in Sydney’s wedding industry over a decade.