Here are some tips on planning your wedding time line in choosing wedding date, popular dates and wedding months. Also choosing the right best man.

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Wedding Etiquette Tips 4


The wedding time line
After the engagement, the wedding date should be set or planned straight away. While choosing the wedding date can be a hassle, what you should really consider are the dates availability and the convenience of your guests.

Certain popular dates should be taken into consideration as they may not be available, take note of March, August and December. And some hotels or restaurants may require you to pay more for these popular dates.

You need to book the venue in advance to avoid disappointments, sometimes a year in advance is not considered strange. Always planned for alternatives so you can book the next on the list without wasting precious time.

A few things needs to be considered when choosing wedding date, the first thing being yourself, after all it is your wedding, you need to be comfortable with the dates available. Then you need to consider the convenience of the majority of your guests, are most of your guests taking their kids out on a tour during the summer holidays? So if the months are a busy time for most people, try another one, you do not want to stress up your guests and show up tense on your wedding day.

You also need to consider the availability of the registrars or your pastor, a busy wedding month can send your que right up to the next couple of months. From the above description, you will know that choosing a wedding date, as simple as it may seems, but it is more complicated than you thought it might be. But after the wedding date is set, all the plans and arrangements will start rolling in!

Choosing a best man
Most of us may think that our best man must be the best friend, think again, the check list below will help you to pick the perfect “best man”.

Is he boring in his wedding speech?

Can he deal with unforseen circumstances or emergencies?

Will he froze like an iceberg if the wedding car does not arrive on time?

Can he be responsible for your wedding rings?

Can he be trusted?

Will he backed out during the last minute and leave you with no alternatives?

Does your bride likes him at all? This is highly important, you wouldn't want your beautiful bride to sulk her face during your wedding day when she sees your best man is her enemy. So be sure to consult or inform the bride who will be your best man.


Scouting for wedding venue
Here are some points you may want to take note.

Interviewing your wedding musician
Compile a list of questions before you visit the band manager.

Looking for a wedding caterer
So how do you actually find these great chefs and caterers?

Wedding announcements with cards
The best bet is still good old fashion wedding invitation cards.

Wedding etiquette on writing invitaion cards
It is all about etiquette, from choosing the right font to the color of the paper.

Wedding banquet or buffet? Which one?
Time to think about how long do you want the wedding to go

On wedding card designs and taste
Choosing fonts that suit your taste and style can be a tremendous task

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