5 Favourite Aspects of the Wedding Planning Process.
Having trouble sticking to your budget? … Dealing with who to leave off of the guest list, or trying to break it to the old friend from high school that she cannot be your bridesmaid!!
You are not the only one who has thought about throwing it all away and eloping for a quick magical wedding along the Vegas Strip.
All these distractions make it hard – but keep your end goal in sight.
Planning your wedding should not just be a bunch of massive problems – we will show you how some parts are just downright fun.
Here are our five favourite aspects of the planning process.
1. Telling Everyone you’re Engaged:
There is nothing better than hearing your bestie shriek with excitement, share tears of joy, and the family finally bringing out that old bottle of Champagne saved for a special occasion. And lets not forget that fantastic facebook post.
2. Visiting Venues.
This is when you know that everything you have planned will come together place. When you find the right venue, you’ll start to imagine yourself walking down the isle, saying “I Do”, and spinning around the dance floor. Be sure to see our selection of fantastic venues for the most magical of weddings. See Here
3. Shopping for the gown.
How often do you get the chance to try on fantastic gowns, all in one day? And the moment your eyes light up when you know that you have found the perfect dress is simply uplifting. If you are looking for the best selection of designer dresses in Durban, view our selection of Bridal Wear.
4. Cake Tasting.
After months and months of watching that scale, you won’t feel the slightest bit GUILTY about cheating on that diet while trying to find that flavour busting cake. Don’t be afraid to ask for seconds. Our selection for the best towering and tantalizing designer cakes can be found here.
5. The Night before.
After sleepless nights, and months of planning, you’ll feel a whirlwind of feelings, from panic to excitement, but when you finally say good night to Mr Right, you’ll wake up the next day as a bride, is indescribable.