Still reeling after attending the recent Bridal Shows?
Bridal Shows are exciting, fun, inspirational, and at the end of the day it's all a little overwhelming.
The overwhelming part is kinda like a right of passage for the bride. So...Congratulations, you have just been initiated!
No worries, that's pretty normal, what you are probably hoping for right about now, are some Savvy Bride Quick Tips to get you moving in the right direction.
Good news...we can help with that. How about some much needed Basic Bridal Support 101? After all, you don't get married everyday, do you?
Happily, we do, well sorta, we handle weddings all year around, year after year...for 36 years to be precise.
Well done!...you have stopped in at the right wedding blog.
You'll find Wedding Wisdom here that will help get your feet under you again, clear your mind, sooth those jangled nerves and get your wedding mojo moving in the right direction.
Here's where you are now... January Bridal Shows are the the official start of The Race for the Date Moment, and is often termed The Running of the Brides by insiders.
It's simple really... Think of it as an annual salmon run, salmon being the brides and wedding vendors being the fisherman. The fisherman are there for the purpose of catching XXX amount of salmon/brides, enough to fill their yearly quota.
Fisherman/Vendors aren't fussy about which salmon/brides they gather up, only that there is enough. Salmon/brides, on the other hand, have a specific place/ideal in mind that they are swimming up stream for.
This is the time when the Bride To Be begins to realize it's time to roll up her sleeves and get with the program on creating her dream wedding piece by piece.
Any bride that has decided to go the traditional timing route via Bridal Shows will soon realize that it's a quick paced competitive race to the finish. The best approach is to have a plan, a strategic methodology, stay focused, stay lose and patiently determined.
Always Start with the Venue and Officiant First!
Begin by establishing your wedding foundation. That is to say, the venue and the officiant. Outside of the bride and groom, these two To Do's are the first steps to take when planning your wedding. To get you going in the right direction, consider these additional wedding planning tips.
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