Did you find organising your wedding an easy process? What parts were easy and what parts were trickier?
Yes we only had a few months, started planning in August and we were married by January. We loved that we only had a short time and kept the momentum going right through to the wedding day without getting stressed. The guest list is the trickiest part, everything else we found easy.
TAKE 5 WITH THIS WEEK’S #FRIDAYBRIDE JO
1. Find a dress you are going to feel yourself in, don't try and be someone else on this special day.
2. Again with your hair and makeup, don't try and look like someone else, enhance your natural beauty don't mask it!
3.Spend as little as possible on items like invites, wedding favours and cakes. Know one will remember these items, save your money for the important things.
4. Do you research to find a really good photographer (don't be afraid to spend your good part of your budget) that you know will capture the style of the day. The photographs will be the one thing you will takeaway and have forever, you want them to be perfect.
5. Think about the locations and timeline of the day, if you are having two locations make sure they are close together or even arrange transport from one to the other, nothing worse than lost guests halfway through the day. You don't want you wedding day to lose momentum, keep your guests comfortable and busy and try and be with them as much as possible, they have come to see you after all! Nothing worse than the wedding couple going off for hours to have pictures taken, a good photographer will capture the greatest pictures in minutes not hours!
What will you do with your dress now?
Too early to tell....but I considered having it dyed to wear as an evening gown.
What are you and your husband's best memories of the day?
It is very hard to pick a favourite but seeing each other for the first time at the altar has to be one of our favourites. We really enjoyed the evening where we had a chance to talk to everyone, however it really is hard to get round to everyone!