11 Things to Remember in Planning Your Wedding

Written by Christine

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7. Photos and Videos Talk torepparttar personnel and clarify what you want done. Sometimes, they just do things their own way andrepparttar 146913 couple ends up with really crappy results. Professionals are your best bet and they understandrepparttar 146914 need of planning your wedding to perfection.

8. Attendants List allrepparttar 146915 people you want to have as your attendants and notify them as soon as possible. Just because you're marrying doesn't mean thatrepparttar 146916 world will stop spinning and watch you in all your splendor. Take into consideration that people may have to rearrange their schedules to make it to your big day. Yes, planning your wedding take tremendous effort not only on you but on your attendants too.

9. Showers No wedding is complete without showers. Sincerepparttar 146917 bride is busy planning her wedding, this duty might fall intorepparttar 146918 hands ofrepparttar 146919 mothers orrepparttar 146920 maid of honor.

10. Wedding speeches Inrepparttar 146921 midst of planning your wedding, take time to stop and list all you want to say onrepparttar 146922 day of your wedding. An impromptu speech is sincere, yes, but you might feel put out that you neglected to put emphasis on some people that really helped you a lot.

11. Maps If your venue is in an area that is not so widely known, a map will be very useful. It will lessenrepparttar 146923 guests' aggravation on not findingrepparttar 146924 place and asking for directions.

12. Nitty Gritty Details These are often overlooked inrepparttar 146925 chaos that is called "Planning your wedding". These arerepparttar 146926 little things that you might forget like having your gown cleaned and pressed ( if it's an heirloom), wobbling in your high heeled wedding shoes, delivery of gifts, your honeymoon itinerary, gifts and thank you cards. Try listing all of them and have someone look into them for you.

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Fashion and beauty for your Destination Wedding

Written by Pamela Stevenson

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Check with your airline for advice on transporting your wedding outfits. Some recommend that they should be boxed or packed into separate suitcases. They will then be placed intorepparttar hold. Others suggest that you use suit carriers and, space permitting, they will be hung inrepparttar 146863 cabin ofrepparttar 146864 aircraft. Outfits can always be carried as hand luggage but this will restrict you to keepingrepparttar 146865 rest of your hand luggage to a minimum.

As soon as you arrive at your hotel, unpack your wedding outfits and hang them up. A warm and humid tropical climate should allow creases to fall out naturally. However, your hotel or your wedding coordinator can normally arrange for your outfits to be steamed if necessary. Alternatively, hang clothes in a steam-filled bathroom which will helprepparttar 146866 creases drop out.

Hair and beauty Hair and beauty treatments can be arranged when you arrive at your hotel, or you might even decide to book things before you arrive. If your hotel does not have these facilities, ask whether there is somewhere you can visit nearby. For total peace of mind, practice styling your own hair and make-up before setting off.

You're likely to want to have a healthy tan on your wedding day, but basking inrepparttar 146867 sun beforerepparttar 146868 wedding isn't a good idea. As well as damaging your skin, you runrepparttar 146869 risk of looking more like a lobster than a sun-kissed bride. Pace your sunbathing onrepparttar 146870 run-up to your wedding or help nature along with a good quality fake tan. If you're doing your own fake tan, be sure to practise well in advance.

Pamela Stevenson is founder and owner of www.AmberleyRose.co.uk which is a UK Wedding Coordination service, specialising in UK Destination Weddings. Their packages include ‘Fairytale Castle Weddings’ and London’s finest locations.

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