Planning a large wedding is very far from an easy job. In fact, no matter the size of your big day, putting all the details together will always seem like a huge source of stress and anxiety. Understandably, you want this day to be perfect from all points of view – so, how do you actually plan a large wedding? We’ve got some tips for you – read on and find out more.
· First of all, it’s perfectly OK to want a large wedding. However, this doesn’t mean you have to invite everyone you have ever known. In fact, if you haven’t spoken with a person in more than five years, or if you don’t think you can maintain a proper conversation with them for more than five minutes, it is probably a good idea to skip inviting them.
· Meet and greet everyone. Yes, smiling and changing a few words with 200+ guests will be time-consuming. But it is very important – so, try to mingle and greet each wedding table properly. Trust us, it can make all the difference in the world.
· Your venue should be large enough for everyone to fit in. And no, don’t just assume some of the invited people won’t come – you need to be prepared for the largest number, not for the smallest. Also, remember to ask your venue about their A/C – given that there will be a lot of people gathered in one place, dancing and moving around, good air conditioning will be a true must.
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