We all love to create plans, and to have them go off the rails for everyone, but sometimes you have to take it to the next level.
We talked to wedding planner Kristin Osterhaus to find out how to make your wedding day better, faster, and more fun with the help of this handy planner.
Know what you want to do Your goal is to make a special day for your groom.
It’s not just for him.
It should be something special for everyone.
But, if you want your wedding to be special for you as well, here are some things you need to know: The theme will be a big part of the wedding.
Kristin says that theme can be a lot of things: a birthday, a holiday, an anniversary, a special occasion.
Kristins advice is to stick to one theme, and not to worry about which theme you’re choosing.
She also says that she can make a great idea to your wedding if you just know what you’re going to do.
“If you’re looking for something to celebrate, you’re probably going to want to go to a place like a bar, and then you want the theme to be an outdoor celebration, and a wedding reception.
And if you’re really into a formal reception, you can also make it an indoor reception,” she said.
What to do during the day If you’re planning to spend the day outdoors, you’ll need to plan ahead and know what to bring.
“I usually like to have a couple of wedding bouquets and a bunch of flowers that I’ll put in the car in case something happens, or to be able to have fun with that, so I can see it happen in real time,” she told us.
But you can choose to do a simple DIY-style bouquet, or plan a fancy, big-ticket reception with a professional photographer.
If you plan to have guests at your reception, she suggests you bring a few gifts.
“And if you don’t want to have people at your wedding, just make sure you have a list of everyone you want at the reception,” Kristins tips.
You can also take a few pictures for your wedding photos if you feel like you need something to hang on your wall.
“But if you need a wedding videographer, or you’re just looking for a few friends to hang out with during the ceremony, you might want to get a digital wedding photographer.
Or if you are just planning to have the reception at a friend’s place, then you can bring some food to eat,” she says.
And remember, a few of the options listed above will all work together for a nice, simple, and memorable event.
Choose a theme to make it memorable When choosing your theme, Kristins recommends choosing something simple, so it will be easily identifiable to everyone.
“Sometimes it’s best to just pick one that you can really identify with.
So, I usually pick something simple and simple, but I also like to get something a little bit more in your face,” she explained.
Kristians theme will likely be something that’s easy to remember, such as “family”, “home”, or “family and friends”.
And if that doesn’t work for you, she also suggested you make something different.
“For some of my wedding themes, I really like to do something like this, which is the ‘family portrait’.
It’s a shot of me holding my children in a small, close-up.
It has a big family picture on it, and I’m going to take that family portrait and put it on the wall.
And you can put a big flower on the back of it, or put a picture of your family.”
What to bring for the reception Kristins also suggests that you bring something that will help you remember your special day.
“It’s good to bring a couple things for the ceremony.
I usually bring my favorite things to the ceremony — my favorite gifts, and of course my best memories.
And then of course, of course you can include a wedding ring, and that will make the most of your special moment.
Know your budget Before you go, check your budget and make sure it’s right for you.
But she also said that it’s important to plan for the entire day. “
You’ll have the most fun if you have something to do all the time, and you can pay for it all in advance,” she explains.
But she also said that it’s important to plan for the entire day.
So you’ll want to budget out what you’ll spend on everything you want.
“When I was planning my wedding, I had a little idea that I was going to have dinner before we got there, and so I had dinner at my favorite restaurant in the area.
And my friends and I were like, ‘Why are you going to dinner with that place?’
And I’m like, I can’t do that, it’s too expensive,” she