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Wedding theme and venue
So you have got the wedding planning list all worked out. But which of them will you pay attention to first? Always try to work from the biggest to the smallest or the top-down approach. Decide on the wedding venue first, as you already know that some of the “hot spots" are booked a year before. So you really got to decide on which venue you want to hold your wedding.

As a wedding theme will eventually decide where your wedding venue is going to be, work on the wedding theme first. A wedding theme tells a lot about your style, taste and personality, whether you want a theme that liken you to the king of neptune or a traditional home wedding reception depends much on your wedding budget. Another concern will be how far your guests will travel to attend your wedding. Bare in mind the cost involves various dates, different cities may have different kinds of rates even if the hotel is under the same management. What about guests traveling expenses? Are you the one footing their bill or they are generous enough to come and grace your wedding at their own expense?

There are several things you need to consider if you are having a traditional church wedding. You don't just walk in and book your dates with the pastor or priest like ordering your wedding cake. There are reasons which you have never thought of why you are not eligible to hold a wedding in that church. Are you a member of that church? For how long have you been attending that church? Your music selection may not be suitable for the church or your wedding gown is too low-cut front and back. It is wise to check first with the clerk first, or if you have any family members that is a leader of the church ask him to make some arragements to meet the pastor.

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