University of Alberta Farm Wedding Stationery

Brides to be in University of Alberta Farm are always looking for the most unique and current trending wedding ideas to follow.  Newer trends that guests seem to live are thing likes wedding games, wine and cheese services and of course receptions with all sorts of fun ideas.  Newly weds should always get the advice from close friends and family that have already been married to help make their special day perfect!

Do You Really Need A Wedding Packages For Your University of Alberta Farm Wedding Receiption?

We know it’s quite often that grooms and brides talk about if a Wedding Packages is really needed at their wedding reception or not.  But only they can decide that for themselves.  You have to plan thing out carefully and take into consideration the needs of your family, friends and guests!  Everyone wants to have fun so your Wedding Packages  should be an important decision!

Wedding Planning Checklist: A Timeline

Wedding Decoration Ideas

At long last he has said those magic words 'will you marry me'. You are now engaged. The wedding date has been set. What now?

Here are a few tips to help you organize and plan your wedding to ensure nothing is forgotten or left behind.

You have been to the local newsagent and bought the latest bridal magazine. There are pages and pages of photos of beautiful wedding dresses, rings, shoes and accessories and it is full of ads on what to buy and where to buy it. There is some information on what the requirements are at a wedding but not enough for you to really get started.

Start planning your special day now, get organized instead of rushing, and have the wedding of your dreams.

Careful planning will enable you to truly enjoy every moment of your Wedding Day. Arrangements for a large conventional wedding should ideally commence between 8 - 12 months prior to the wedding date. In saying this, weddings have been planned in as little as 6 weeks and have been very successful. By using a wedding timetable (this is a list of to do's) you can follow a list of time frames to complete tasks, 12, 6, 3 and 2 months before, 6 weeks before, 2 weeks before and 1 week before the big day.

Guest List

Start by writing down all the people you know. Then start a separate list from the people on the first list who are important to you, the people who you really want to share your special day. Then continue to fine tune your list until you are at a number which is within your budget. Remember, for every name you add to your list the more money you will have to spend or you will have to do without in other areas of your planning.

The Latest Wedding Trends

Color! Color! Color! White is out, color is in!

Champagne, ivory, platinum or pink are some of the color replacing the traditional white wedding dress. By using color for the wedding dress this creates endless exciting possibilities as far as the rest of the decor goes. Colorful linen, napkins, tablecloths and chair covers, can be used to enhance the overall theme of your wedding.

At-A-Glance Wedding Planner Checklist

Wedding Dresses For Registry Wedding

Planning a wedding can be a daunting and very stressful task. We highly recommend you take six months to a year to plan your wedding and will outline for you an easy-to-follow schedule.

Twelve months before the Wedding

  • Get yourself a binder with paper and dividing tabs.
  • Discuss with your fiancé and his/her families, plus your own, to determine a budget.
  • Decide on your wedding theme e.g. Christmas, Fall, Snowflakes, Black and White, etc.
  • Select a wedding date with your fiancé and families.
  • Decide on your wedding attendants.
  • Book a ceremony and reception location(s).
  • Book your professional wedding photographer, florist, caterer, videographer, and DJ or wedding musicians.
Nine months before the Wedding

  • Make an appointment with your officiant. For most religious ceremonies, you may be required to attend pre-wedding counseling. For civil ceremonies, your officiant may require a meeting to discuss your wedding ceremony.
  • Wedding gown shopping and first fittings should be looked after at this time.
  • Shop for your wedding accessories, wedding veil or head piece, and wedding shoes.
  • Begin preparation of the guest list. Be sure to include both sides of the family as guest lists are often a contentious issue. It will take time to decide on long lost cousins, work friends, neighbors, etc.
  • Decide on gift registry locations and register.
  • Begin your search for your honeymoon location. If you are getting married during a peak holiday season such as Christmas, you may need to book your honeymoon up to nine months in advance.
Six months before the Wedding

  • Confirm with your caterer with one final review of the menu.
  • Confirm with your officiant the venue and time of ceremony.
  • Confirm with your photographer, videographer, DJ and/or wedding band.
  • Confirm your honeymoon reservation and any special requests for the wedding night.
  • Address any wedding announcements, stamp and set in preparation of mailing on your wedding day.
  • Final visit to your hairstylist to review any last minute concerns or changes.
One Week before the Wedding

  • Attend any last minute parties or bridal showers in your honor.
  • Write any Thank you cards for gifts received at these functions.
  • Give the caterer your final number of guests expected to attend.
  • Bridesmaids and Flower Girl confirmation of the time they are expected to arrive.
  • Purchase travel insurance for the honeymoon if you are leaving the country.
  • Purchase travelers checks for the honeymoon holiday.
  • Double check to be sure that travelers checks are accepted and easily cashed at your final destination.
Wedding Day Peace of Mind - Priceless!

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