Wedding Cake decorated with roses and berries (Picture courtesy of Pexels)
As a bride and groom you want the best on your wedding day. Not only will you remember it for some time to come, but your all important guests will also.
"The flower girl and page boy were ever so cute!" "Wasn't your dress beautiful?" "The food was to die for!" Are the phrases I'm sure you'd prefer to hear on return from your honeymoon.
If you're anything like me, the last thing that you want is for anyone to get to the end of your wedding day not having thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
DELEGATE AND MAKE YOUR WEDDING DAY A TALKING POINT FOR YEARS TO COME
If you're blessed with a wedding planner then you need READ NO FURTHER. If on the other hand you're planning everything yourselves, then please take heed as I suggest very strongly that you DELEGATE. Believe me when I tell you that I said that in a really firm voice.
SHARE OUT THOSE TASKS
Yes share out those tasks:
Someone other than you can look after the RSVP's.
Let people that you trust confirm dates and times with...……….
The wedding photographer
The person making your cakes
The company printing your programmes
The reception venue
The car company
And the DJ because that list is endless!
If someone is going to make those all important phone calls for you, then make sure they possess good organisational skills, can communicate well and make legible notes (not hieroglyphics). I possess all those skills yet still had a beautiful floral hearth display delivered to the door on the morning of my wedding. The lady delivering it didn't have the nerve to even try and convince me that it was the hand-tied bridal bouquet that I had ordered several weeks earlier. How could she? It was after all as tall and as wide as she was with the girth of a mature oak tree. It was almost impossible to hold with 2 hands and without a wheelbarrow.
Okay yes I'm exaggerating a little, but isn't that what many of us do when remembering our special occasions?
HAPPY DELEGATING. XX
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