If we have to be completely honest, most couples know when an engagement is on the way – the occasions when such a big step comes completely out of the blue are quite rare. Even if the future bride doesn’t know her engagement ring’s design just yet, and even if she might not now when, where, or how she will be proposed to, she does know this is bound to happen sooner, rather than later.
Under these circumstances, tackling some of the basic wedding planning tasks can help you save some time and organize some things before the actual engagement.
What are some of the wedding planning tasks you can tackle before you put a ring on it? Read on and find out more.
- The style of the Big Day. You can definitely talk about your wedding style with your SO. Chances are you are on the same page (or very close), but doing this before the engagement will save you quite a lot of time because it will give you a clear direction to approach once the ring is on the ringer. Do you want a romantic wedding? A mountain wedding? A rustic wedding? A bit of everything? These things will help you narrow down the list of options.
- The size of the Big Day. Some couples want large weddings and they want to invite everyone they know. Others, on the other hand, prefer events that are a bit more intimate. Both options (and everything in between) are more than fine – but tackling this issue before the actual wedding planning will definitely help you start on the right foot.
- The wedding venue. Well, you might not be able to book your wedding venue just yet – but since you now know the size and the style you want for your wedding, you will be able to narrow down the list of options. Who knows, maybe you will make some calls to check the availability too – and you might even end up booking your dream venue ahead of time, so that you are 100% sure it will be available on your wedding day.
Looking for a beautiful wedding venue in Sevierville? Contact Bluff Mountain Inn and allow us to be the ones who help you plan the kind of wedding none of your guests will ever forget.