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Wedding planner Glasgow. Step by step guide to help you plan your perfect wedding in Glasgow.

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  • Yours Wedding photographer Edinburgh HERE IS YOUR INDISPENSABLE SSTUDIO WEDDING PLANNER! Are you planning to get married? There is so much to do isnt there? Creating your perfect day involvesmonths of planning and organising. Do you even know where to start? Are you afraid that youll miss outsomething important? RELAX! Weve got just what you need! With our easy-to-follow wedding plan you will be able to sort outthose problems just like a professional wedding planner! Simply follow the steps on the plan - and tick theboxes when each one is done. One step at a time is all it takes and well guide you through each part of thewedding planning and preparations so you can enjoy it all. Planning your perfect wedding can be a really tough job and it can also be a lot of fun. It really dependson your personal style and your budget. If you are the kind of person who has lots of other things going on:doesnt like or enjoy organising things or would rather hand it all to a professional wedding planner so youcan be sure of what youll get, then you will easily find many wedding planners from Aberdeen to Glasgow,Inverness to Edinburgh and all places in-between, who will be happy to help. On other hand if you are looking forward to planning your wedding yourself and to making sure that eve-rything is exactly as you want and just as you dreamed about, than theres a wonderful journey ahead. Bear inmind that even if you do decide to use a professional wedding planner, it will still be you who has to make allthe key decisions and give final approval to everything. Here are three top tips before you start! 1. Start early rather than late. There is nothing worse than trying to get a supplier two weeks before thewedding and finding everyone is booked up. Great venues are popular even booking a year ahead isnt longenough for some of them, so make enquiries early. 2. Do not try to do it all on your own. Create a little team of helpers and dedicate certain tasks to each oneof them, People love to help so enlist friends and family. Its your job to monitor their work and discuss book-ings with approved suppliers. Agree and set time deadlines with your team and make sure you contact peopleregularly to keep them on task. 3. Set your priorities. For example, the wedding venue, wedding car, flowers and dress are all about howyou want to feel on your wedding day. They are your key choices and create theheart and soul of the occasion. On other hand wedding photography andvideo is all about how you and others will remember your wedding and ismore of a technical project. You may want to work more on the creativeaspects of the wedding planning and let someone else handle the technicalaspects. Just make sure they understand what you would like the final outcome to be.www.sstudio.co.uk
  • Yours Wedding photographer Aberdeen So, lets start the wedding plan count down! 12 months to go. Decide on your wedding date then: Check Met office statistics for information about the weather in the month of your choice. You may want tostay with your original date even if the weather isnt looking great but you may need to change other idease.g. clothing or venue. www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/regional/ Make sure that all close relatives can make that date. Call them or email them and ask them to getback to you within a week or so, so that you know if key people are available before you book anything. Work out your budget determine how much money you will need and how you will save/earn it. Tohelp you to do this follows our complimentary Sstudio Wedding Budget Guide. Make a preliminary guest list set aside a relaxed evening or day time to do this with your partner. Itsa couples decision who comes to your wedding, and if you set the right tone now, any little disagreements,worries or snags can be talked about early on and handled. Its not unusual for there to be some disagreementor family tension about guests if you expect that and dont get upset, youll both benefit from the discussionsand agreements that you make now. Allow an additional 5% extra guest places as you may need to invite someone at short notice. (For instance,you move and make new friends, or a relative wants to bring an extra person.) Book the ceremony and reception venue. Remember, you may need cash for deposits now so be surethat its available. If any of your guests have special needs e.g. wheelchairs, pushchairs, then make sure the venue has accessfor them. Start searching for wedding outfits. To save time and effort, start your search on-line and in wed-ding magazines and get a few ideas of what you want. Make a folder and cut out and keep pictures of all thethings you like. Come up with a colour scheme to help you bring it all together. Find the shops that stock yourpreferred styles by searching on-line and book appointments with them. That way, you dont have to traipsearound wasting time in shops that dont have what you want. You dont want to go to Dundee for a day thenfind what you want is in Glasgow or Edinburgh. 11 months to go. Get wedding insurance. Just think of the investment you are making andyou will realise it has to be a good idea. Book a photographer or videographer. To avoid the worst weddingphotography nightmare mistakes use our complimentary guide 10 questionsyou must ask your photographer. A good idea is to ring a few and ask themsome preliminary questions from our Sstudio guide. If you get good responses, then book a time to go and see them personally.www.sstudio.co.uk
  • Yours Wedding photographer Glasgow Choose your bridesmaids, maid of honour, best man, pageboys and ushers. Make sure that youhave all their dress sizes, shoe and hat sizes (remember though, that little ones may grow considerably in thenext 11 months) and get together with them all as a group, to explain what kind of wedding you are planningand how important their help is. Order your outfits and plan a preliminary fitting date. Order your wedding cake and make sure you know whether it needs collecting or whether it will bedelivered to the reception venue. If any of your guests are wheat or gluten intolerant, you may want to ordera smaller, non-gluten version or offer a suitable alternative. Ask the cake maker if they supply boxes for theguests who want to take cake away with them. 10 months to go. Start choosing wedding stationary. Decide now whether you want to include thank you cards, menus(although your caterers may do this for you) and place-name cards as well as the invitations themselves. Book your wedding car or cars. Make sure the company can provide you with a back-up plan. If youwant uniformed chauffeurs then tell them now. If the venue has any parking/waiting restrictions make surethey are familiar with them and also know exactly where to pick the bridal parties up from and when. Add inextra time for traffic delays, dress re-arranging, photographs and last minute things. Confirm food and drink with the caterers. Make sure they can supply extra places if need be. Get your Piper booked. Make sure he (she) knows when, where and what music you want. Be sure tobook them for all the different parts of the day, if thats what you want. For instance, will you be piped in andout of the venue/church? On arrival at the reception? As you leave for your honeymoon? Organise flowers, for the ceremony and reception. You will need to choose your personal flowers/bouquet:also flowers for bridesmaids to wear or carry, buttonholes for pages, ushers, best man and main family guests.You may want flowers for decorating the venue/church/car and reception area. Some venues will provide thisas part of their service so double check. You dont want to order flowers you dont need! You may also likeflowers for the tables if you are having a sit down meal, or a few decorations for the buffet table. Many peoplealso like to present bouquets to the Brides mother and mother-in-law as a thank you for their help and sup-port. Let florist know what outfits you will have so that they can recommend you flowers. If you have samples ofthe dress fabrics, that helps enormously. If not, bring photographs, taken in clear daylight, so the colours are astrue as possible. 9months to go. Organise a wedding gift list. You can do this on-line by choosing eithera store or a company who specialise. Let all your guests have details of wherethey can find your wedding gift list.www.sstudio.co.uk
  • Yours Wedding photographer Dundee Book your honeymoon. You will need funds to place a deposit so have them ready. Make sure your passport is up-to-date. If necessary, you will have to travel with a copy of your weddingcertificate to show your change of name. Make sure when you book your honeymoon that the agents get yourname as it will be in your passport. Do you need vaccinations/tropical medicines/insurance for your chosen location? Do you need a travel visa for where you are going? How will you get to the airport, if you are flying? Do you need to book an additional car? Choose the wedding rings and store them in a very safe place! You will have to hand them over to thebest man nearer to The Day. Choose wedding jewellery for you and your bridesmaids. Add it to your household insurance if nec-essary and then store it carefully. 8 months to go. Decide on the first dance! What music do you want? Whats the best dance to go with it? Dont miss outon a wonderful moment - if you are not comfortable with dancing, get a teacher, check outwww.flyrightdanceco.com Arrange music for ceremony and reception. This will take more time than you think. When you havechosen it, make sure that anyone else involved can play it. Get the exact name and composer if you can. Forinstance if you have