and Don'ts for the Bride-to-be

by Elaina M. Jorge - Date: 2006-12-09 - Word Count: 198 Share This!

Ladies, when it comes time to plan for your big day, do a little research on wedding traditions, budgeting, honeymoons and wedding planners. If your wedding is an event that you are ready to tackle yourself, here are some tips that will make your life easier leading up to the special day. When and if, it becomes too much too handle, do yourself a favor - consult with a wedding planner. You will save time, money and unnecessary stress.

Do consult with a wedding planner to help you along the way. You will learn that working with a planner will save you time and money; and will alleviate you of the stressful times ahead. Most planners offer free consultations.

Do begin to plan your wedding at least 6-12 months before the big day. You will be surprised to learn that the ceremony and reception site of your dreams may already booked by another client on the same day you had in mind.

Do give your attendees sufficient notice when planning a destination wedding so that they have plenty of time to make travel arrangements. 12-18 months is a good time frame. Save on time and postage by sending

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Born a natural, social event planning butterfly in New York City, Elaina M. Jorge quickly grew fond of gathering family and friends for every occasion. With her passion and expertise, the gatherings were sure to include fun people, great food, the best entertainment and festive decorations. Elaina has taken Event Management courses at George Washington University and The Wedding Planning Institute. Currently residing in Georgia, this entrepreneur is the owner of Enjoy Yourself Events, LLC and has assisted in coordinating: Weddings, Networking Events, Workshops, Taste of Atlanta, Taste of Marietta, Real Men Cook (NY & GA), MPI Phoenix Awards, Atlanta Spring Fest and others. Some of her in-kind services include: American Red Cross, Hale House and Atlanta Community Food Bank. Enjoy Yourself Events is delighted to have recently partnered with Sweet Auburn Festival, Covenant House of Georgia and Give N Take Network to coordinate multiple special events in 2007. Enjoy Yourself Events has also signed on with Empower Today Your Article Search Directory : Find in Articles

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