1. BUDGET What is the budget? This is something that needs to be discussed. Setting a realistic budget is very important in this process. Every person has a different idea about wedding prices. Talk to your fiancee and family about what budget you should set. 2. GUEST LIST This is a big one. Often the bride & groom or the family has different ideas about who should be on the guest list. Begin your list with writing everyone down and then begin narrowing down your list. 3.TRAD
Closing thoughts: I believe it's better to learn from someone else and their mistakes then your own. So with that, take what you will and make sure you aren't compromising on the things that are most important to you on your wedding day. Enjoy the moments you can. Survive the difficult ones & finally, roll with what you can't control or change. Love & Bliss Elena #AshevilleWeddings #bridaltips #MountianWedding #ElenaEvents #WeddingPlanning
One of my favorite colors is mauve. I remember incorporating it into a wedding a year before it became such a popular color. I personally like to use it as an accent color. This color is one that you can blend with almost any color pallet. It's neither too purple, too beige, too gray or too pink. Its somewhere in the middle of all of those and always classic, elegant and stunning. ABOVE: Use this lovely color as tabletop decor. You can use it in the details, floral & fabric.