When thinking about How To Avoid Do It Yourself Wedding Planning Mistakes, one of the problems is in fact trying to do it all yourself. The other problem is in choosing the wrong people to do the rest for you.
How To Avoid Do It Yourself Wedding Planning Mistakes
This can be disappointing; it can have consequences for your lasting memories, and present you with results of downright Titanic proportions—-if not downright disastrous.
Tommy & Jen’s wedding plans started with a big rush. She had a stack of wedding magazines under her bed. After a while the stack got so huge it became a piece of furniture. It became a huge piece of furniture that she covered with a tablecloth when friends came over.
She also discovered online forums. One website talked about how your wedding planning predicts your future life. It said the wedding planning is like a trial run for your marriage. She wondered about that.
He was really great at first about the planning, and let her do some things on her own too.
After a while she had to cut him some slack, because he just wasn’t into the same level of details. But she couldn’t help feeling like they were missing the opportunity of really being together in this.
The venue, her dress, the florist, the photographer and videographer she had all found initially in a magazine or through friends (one of her friends highly recommended a professional wedding planner).
Searching For A DJ Online
She did a search for DJ’s appropriately online. But with the DJ nothing had popped up above the crowd. Although one that her friend had raved about was not available for her date. So doing the search online felt comfortable to her. After all, they met online, so why not plan it online?
In an upcoming article you’ll find out how she reached out to get some help in her search.
We’ll also get to go inside the meeting where she gets one step closer to making a decision.
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