Planning an engagement party is a much different ballgame than planning a wedding. For starters, the bride and groom should not be the ones having to do the planning. Typically parents, the bridal party or other close friends should be in charge. Thus, the planning of the party often does not have the large budget a wedding does. Here are a few ways to keep your cost down while still throwing the bride and groom the party they deserve!
Along with planning the details of which flower to use and what color linen to rent, you shouldn’t forget one of the most important wedding planning details of all – thanking your bridal party with a small token of your appreciation of their love and support, and possibly even hands on assistance, throughout your relationship, engagement and the entire wedding planning process!
Planning your spring nuptials does not mean that your wedding colors are expected to be light pink, light blue and light yellow! Leave those colors for the Easter baskets and (future) baby showers!!!
Even though you would love to get married on a particular date and time, it may be booked. But if there are a few alternate options such as an earlier timeframe or a date that falls close enough to the original sought after date, you should consider your options. Everyone wants a Saturday evening! It’s what the mothers and fathers want and gives out of town guests enough travel time to get there and back right!?! Not necessarily. Nowadays, there is no right or wrong day or time to get married.
Congrats to Wedgewood Indian Hills for being named Caterer of the Day by CaterBid! We’re stoked for the recognition, and we knew that those perfect comment cards that Indian Hills always gets on their food would translate into something 😉 Check out the entire post here: http://www.caterbid.com/blog/?p=1473