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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Wedding Planning

wedding-planningHappy New Year! If you are planning to marry the love of your life in the coming year, 2015 is already off to a great start. As you are make New Year’s resolutions in other areas of your life, take the opportunity to set some resolutions for your wedding planning as well. Make a conscious effort to make the planning process as organized, enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

1. Start early.

Whether you have two months or 12 months to plan your wedding, you’ll be thankful for getting started as soon as you can. Start doing research on everything from venues that interest you to trio ring sets that strike your fancy. Send emails or make phone calls to vendors you think are a good fit for your wedding. Narrow down options and leave yourself plenty of time to make reservations and arrangements.

2. Do a little at a time.

When you get on a roll with wedding planning, it can be tempting to want to do everything all at once. If you start early and pace yourself over time, you can do tasks gradually and minimize planning stress. Make a master calendar and record the main milestones for each week. Break down bigger projects into smaller, manageable tasks. Set reminders for yourself, and make notes as you progress.

3. Prioritize.

You probably won’t be able to do everything you dream of for your wedding, and you may have to make some compromises along the way. Make a list of the things that are non-negotiable for you - your wedding day “must haves.” Prioritize these elements, and let other less important things go if you need to.

4. Delegate.

Don’t feel like you have to do everything yourself. Ask people for help, and they’ll probably be thrilled to lend a hand. Assign bridesmaids, groomsmen, family members and close friends small tasks that will help you out and make use of their strengths.

5. Tune out advice you don’t need.

Everyone you know will have opinions on how you should plan your wedding. Your mom will wonder why you aren’t inviting your 45 second cousins, and your coworker in the next cubicle will give unsolicited advice on the trio ring sets you should consider. Learn to thank people politely for their input, but don’t feel obligated to take anyone’s advice.

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