When it comes to your wedding day you may quickly notice that everyone has an opinion to offer… you should use this vendor, you should get married on this day, you should do what we did for our day, etc. The key to remember is that it’s ultimately your day and you should do what you and your significant other want to do. Here are a few tips from Dan at Day 2 Knight Events (day2knightevents.com), to allow opinions without driving you crazy…
- Limit the number of people you bring to meetings with vendors. Some meetings will take less time and less frustration if you and your fiancé and wedding planner go alone
- Your wedding party doesn’t need to be involved in every decision. Assigning wedding party members certain tasks maybe a good solution. Perhaps they can plan your stag and doe.
- Your job is not to please everyone. The ultimate goal of your wedding day is to say “I Do” and share your love for one another with your family and friends. You don’t need to do things at your wedding just to please your guests.
- Involving your parents in certain components of your day maybe wise so they don’t feel they have to be involved in every element of the planning.