Planning for a wedding is hard. There are few things in life that come close to the stress of planning a wedding. Even moving home isn’t as hard as planning a wedding! But eventually it all comes together to form this one perfect day. Even if there are some things that perhaps didn’t go to plan, you’ll still feel like it’s the perfect day because in the heat of the moment, all you care about is getting the walk down the aisle over! But before you even get there you need to decide on every last detail. From the flowers to the wedding dress, they’re thoughts that will cross your mind very soon. Which is why you need a pre-wedding shopping list. A tick list if you will, of all of the things that you’re going to need if you want to have the perfect wedding day. If you haven’t been proposed yet, you just love the thought of planning your wedding and you think the question might be on the horizon, this is also the perfect poet for you. So, keep on reading, and see what you need to add to your shopping list.
If you haven’t been proposed to yet, there are a few things that you should be putting on your shopping list. If you have been with your partner for a long time now, and you’ve spoken about marriage before, then it might be time to look at engagement rings. Plenty of couples who are getting close to the stage of marriage go shopping for engagement rings. You can buy Tacori here, which is a popular producer of engagement rings. It’s good to get an idea of the style that you’d like and the size that you are. You should also drop some hints about your ideal proposal location, and perhaps start getting your nails done if you know you’re going to be proposed to soon! Plus, who can complain at having their nails constantly done!
So, if the big proposal has happened already, now is the time to think about everything you need to buy pre wedding. The list could be huge, so we’ll focus on the ones that you might not have thought about. Confetti to be thrown as you leave the venue, alcoholic drinks galore, something to keep the kids entertained, accessories for your outfit. The long list could keep on going. It’s the smaller details that we think mean the most when planning a wedding, so don’t just go for the bigger purchases and save the rest until last!
There’s a post wedding shopping list, and you’re going to love it. Hopefully you will have booked your honeymoon the minute you begin planning your wedding. If so, then the shopping list is strictly holiday based. Swimming costumes, sun cream, a good book to get stuck into. Again, the list could go on, but you get the gist. A honeymoon is a time where you can truly relax with your new husband or wife, so try not to cram too much into the holiday. Make it about the quality time you’re able to have together.
What are some things you have on your pre-wedding shopping list? Let me know in the comments below!