All I Want For Christmas - Is "I do"
Christmas is a great time for celebration. Family get togethers and generally celebrating with the ones you love is all part of why we all love the festive season. It's also a popular time for couples to get engaged, as this article outlines.
What does Christmas mean to you? A religious celebration?
The festive period is all of these things and more. But for many couples this year, Christmas will be remembered as the time they pledged to spend the rest of their lives together. Many men – and women for that matter! – choose to propose to their other halves over the holiday season, adding that cosy romantic touch to the proceedings.
So as the Christmas music fades out and the last of the wrapping paper has been cleared away, a great many happy couples will start to plan the happiest day of their lives.
The first thing they will need to consider is when and where they are going to get married. Due to the ever-increasing costs of weddings, lots of couples are now engaged for two years or more before they tie the knot so they can afford to have the wedding of their dreams. This means that many venues are booked up long in advance of the happy occasion.
So when you’re looking for the perfect wedding venue in Hertfordshire, be prepared to pick your date depending on their diaries – and consider whether you might opt for a mid-week wedding rather than the traditional Saturday or Sunday.
This is often a more cost effective option and can also mean that you are able to get married sooner rather than later if you just can’t wait to be Mr and Mrs!
Planning a wedding can be a very time consuming and often stressful affair, with lots and lots of details to consider - the dress, the cake, the band, the food, the readings, the honeymoon suite…the list goes on and on! To help make the organisation of your big day as pain free as possible, many Hertfordshire wedding venues provide a co-ordinator who will hold your hand throughout the process and make sure you’re on top of all the finer details of the day.
If your venue doesn’t offer a dedicated wedding co-ordinator, it is worth unleashing your inner control freak and making firm friends with a notebook in which you can write lots of lists. There’s so much to consider when planning a wedding that taking copious notes and making bucket loads of checklists will really help to keep you sane and make sure you’ve done everything ahead of the day itself.
You’ll also need to think about your honeymoon. Many couples now plump for a “mini-moon”
Whatever you decide to go for on your wedding day, make sure it’s exactly right for you – and enjoy every moment!
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