Organising your own wedding is extremely rewarding – anyone who’s already been through it will be able to testify – but there’s no doubt that being in charge of so many different things can be extremely stressful. The run up to your wedding can be a testing time and not long into the organisation, you will realise that your wedding is somewhat taking over your life.

But fear not, as there are ways of ensuring that you have the least amount of stress possible so you can enjoy all the fun and exciting details of wedding planning.

Here are some top tips to help you organise the perfect wedding.

1.       Keep a cool head – the first and most important tip is to keep a cool head at all times. The best decisions are made when you are calm and when you have had time to think it through. Try and manage your stress levels as much as possible and you will soon see a big difference in how you feel and the way you approach things.

2.       Delegate to your bridesmaids – bridesmaids are there to help you so if you need guidance or advice, you can turn to them. You should also be able to turn to them in a time of need and you might be surprised at how willing they are to help out. Talk to your bridesmaids about different responsibilities and tasks to ensure that everyone is happy taking something on.

3.       Use an online wedding planner – whether you choose to stick to traditional pen and paper and a slick filing system, or you want the convenience of an online wedding planner, using a planner will help you tremendously. An online wedding planner offers ways to track and manage your budget, online wedding guest manager and gives you a live to do list to keep you on track with your planning.

4.       Do you research – sometimes it’s hard to know where to start but most brides will begin with choosing the right venue. But before you even start on your location search, it’s great to have an idea of what you like and what you don’t like. You may not have anything specific in mind and it may be a case of falling in love with a location once you see it in person, but getting some wedding inspiration can help you choose the right look and the right theme.

 

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