July wedding planning tips are essential if you are tying the knot in your home and garden this summer season. But your far-fetched wonderful plans during the most popular wedding month might not be feasible. All the same your concept needs a lot of arranging, positive thinking and creative design.
Not to mention that laying the groundwork shall eat up a huge chunk of your energy and time. Without question, these special big day ideas for your indoors and outdoor garden wedding will be a hit. Here are some practical tips to lighten your load. Keep reading…
July wedding planning tips
1. Tighten your belt to find extra cash for your wedding
Whether you have the compulsion to tighten your belt to find extra cash or your respective parents will foot the bill. Create wonder and amazement at your wedding. It’s possible to reinforce your ideas and hold a plush and unique event at your place. By seamlessly combining your ceremony & reception party, you won’t spoil the day. Most importantly, you’ll save some money.
2. Wedding preparation homework
Look at it this way, you want an incomparable wedding combined with fantasy and style. So just, imagine you can create this at home in your front room or garden, surrounded by love ones and friends. Even more exciting you’ll be in your element. But, before you start the enormous undertaking, you’ll need to do wedding preparation homework and finalise a to-do-list.
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3• Get your house in order and obtain a grant of approval
Let’s start with a few home truths; do you have a generously sized home? Does your house qualify as an approved wedding venue? Is your home fire safety up to scratch? Yes or No, then whatever the case you’ll have to obtain a special licence (grant of approval).
4. Serve booze and food on your premises
Another thing once you’ve got an official certificate. Then, you can hire a certified civil celebrant. Moreover, you can serve booze and food on your premises. But how much do you ration per guest? For ideas go to https://apracticalwedding.com/how-to-buy-alcohol-for-your-wedding.
5• Finance the financial side of your home wedding
Secondly, find out more details about a licence at your nearest local authority. Acquire about the legal documents, steps and precautions needed for a wedding at your chosen at home. Your home is more sympathetic to your wedding celebrations.
6• Speculate the costs
Therefore, consider the financial side of things for your indoor & outdoor location. Whether you are budget-conscious or busy estimating the funds needed for a unique approved venue; you’ll need cash. So, speculate the costs and make sure to tie the knot without exceeding your wedding budget.
7• Avoid wedding planning stress
Thirdly, to avoid any wedding planning stress, take a second look at your home and garden furniture (chairs, tables, sideboards etc). Do an inventory of what you already have. How many guests are you planning to invite to your soiree? Don’t feel perplexed and make sure you have enough sitting, tables and cutlery available.
8• Create a cosy lounge area and use makeshift party furniture
Create a cosy lounge area that is comfortable, intimate and inviting. But, if you don’t have enough stuff. Just ask your neighbours, family or friends if you can use their household items as makeshift party furniture. Or contact a quality events equipment hire company.
9• Preposition your home furniture and work out a floor plan
Although you may not have undulating views and a stunning landscape. You should still visualize the satisfactory smiles and the compliments, from your family and close relatives as they arrive at your home. So, preposition your furniture and think up a realistic layout.
10• Work out the logistics
Work out the logistics for a floor and garden plan. And deploy a location for every aspect of your special wedding event. Keep the theme of your wedding consistent throughout the house. For instance, remember to bring your garden to the foreground with a stunning altar to add impact. Or else you can use an annex or backyard shed.
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