Indian wedding planning tips

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Indian wedding planning (or any other wedding planning for that matter) comes with the initial excitement, the rush of the engagement.. the high.

Then, it sets in. The pit in your stomach the reality that you have to plan a wedding from soup to nuts, from beginning to end ::ugh:: “I have NO time for this but I reeeeally can’t wait for my wedding!”

Let’s face it even if you have a wedding planner, you have to project manage her, and a wedding coordinator doesn’t come in until almost the end of the process. It can be intimidating and overwhelming.

You’ll feel excited…and you’ll feel intimidated. But there’s hope! You’ll feel excited…and you’ll feel intimidated. But there’s hope! I want you to have these useful tips.

It’s the reality of what needs to get done staying organized so you can be stress-free for your wedding weekend.

It’s the reality of what needs to get done staying organized so you can be stress-free for your wedding weekend. This isn’t aunty advice like what she tells you her daughter did at her wedding.

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These are over 50 of my most favorite tips. Many of my tips came from learning and making mistakes throughout hours and hours of wedding planning many came after attending so many weddings as an observant guest.

I hope these tips help ease the stress of planning for your big weekend some of them may seem minor but add up all the minor improvements you make with smart preparation and you’re on your way to a less stressful weekend.

The reality is Indian wedding planning is not rocket science.

It’s an art working with people, knowing how to express your tastes, knowing how to compromise and knowing how to execute.

That said, it can get messy and you can’t always cover it up.  

It’s an art working with people, knowing how to express your tastes, knowing how to compromise and knowing how to execute. That said, it can get messy and you can’t always cover it up.  Get your free guide now – click on the button below.

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