One of the first decisions to be made is the wedding location. You have the option of a formal setting such as a church or a more casual setting such as a garden. Besides your personal taste’s things such as weather and the time of the year may make the decision a more obvious one. But keep in mind even a wedding held in a church can be decorated in such a way as to give it that casual feel. Again, you need to generate the look that you envisioned.
Consider location. Look at pictures or order brochures online, read reviews and see what services they have to offer. C – Choose between a destination and resort spa. This depends on your personal needs and wants. A destination spa is all-inclusive with very tight regimens of healthy meal, treatments and workouts. A resort spa is much more relaxed, and often treatments, privileges and meals are priced separately. D – Visit a resort spa if you are not going alone. This is the perfect choice if you are going with a spouse or friend that has different interests or goals. Some spas offer things from golfing for husbands to dinosaur digs for kids. E – Consider your personal goals before choosing a resort.
You can then add your photos. Keep in mind the space you have. The photos shouldn’t be so small that it is hard to see your faces, the smaller the photo space, the more of the space your faces should fill.
A white dress with a trail and a bouquet of flowers is what makes the picture of the glowing bride. You need to buy your wedding dress at least a month in advance so that in case any alterations are needed, they can be taken care of and you will not have any tensions on that front. The same goes for the groom’s tux. You need to make sure the suit fits you well and the bridesmaids and the best man’s outfits need to be ready in time for the wedding. Of course, the wedding planner will not decide this for you, but today many planners offer the service of shopping with you and for you.
Just imagine how convenient it would be to choose your fight, choose your resort, add in a car rental (or not) and throw in some activities like a luau, snorkeling, helicopter ride or sightseeing. Now imagine this being done for each one of your guests and you don’t have to plan any of it.
The pages of the passport will show the details about the wedding. Of course, the welcome and the main message will be seen on the first and second page and then the other details of the wedding will be seen on the following pages.
As much as I’ve shared, I assure you I left plenty out, and the ghost tour is worth taking. Although my wife would suggest that you change out of your high heels first.