Would you like to know the A to Z of wedding planning. Here it isâ€¦
A is for ANXIETY: or more aptly “Aaahhhh!! There are so many questions which come into your mind when you plan for your wedding.Â Will the dress look okay? Will the guests arrive on time? Will everyone behave good with everybody?
No one knows, but one thing is for sure – you’re going to experience pail loads of anxiety from now and until you finally offer your guests goodnight.Â
B is for BRIDE: Just keep in mind that the day is yours. It’s a beautiful moment in a woman’s life that comes and goes all too quickly. Make sure of all of your arrangements and have a wonderful day, from the time you wake until your wedding night make it a day that you will never forget.Â
C is for CAKE: If you are a cake lover then why is so much money spent on something so few eat? Avoid those terrible three tiered icing-sugar monstrosities and go for something your guests will actually be pleased about.Â
D is for DANCE: Yes, dance is a wonderful thing through which you can express your feelings easily. Don’t forget to arrange a good band and remember music should be rocking.
E is for ELEGANT: and this word is for you, trust us. We are confident that you’ll look elegant on your wedding day. We know that you’ve selected a beautiful dress for your self.Â
F is for FUN: Just keep in mind, your wedding day is meant to be fun. Have fun with your friends, family, and most importantly with your soul mate. It is the day when you have to enjoy your unforgettable moments of life. Try to make this day as funny as you can because it’s a saying laughter is essential for good friendship and love comes after good friendship.
G is for GIFTS: Yes, you will receive numerous gifts from numerous people on your wedding day and it becomes your responsibility that you have to give them return gifts. Because everyone likes unexpected gifts.
H is for HOPE: a four letter small word but contains huge power in itself. Have a hope that everything will be fine. And we know that everything will be fine. How? Because you are a very special person for us and for those who know you and love you.
I is for IN-LAWS: Congratulations! You’re now the proud owner of a new mother and father-in-law! In-laws are like a lottery. You could hit the jackpot and get in-laws you like.
J is for JOY: Just try to make a joyful atmosphere, don’t show your insignificant worry to everyone. It is fine that you have to do lots of things simultaneously but if you do all those things with cool mind it will be good for you and for others too. Be relax.Â
K is for KINDNESS: Welcome your guests with warm feelings. They never forget the way you give them respect in a hectic schedule. And it creates a nice atmosphere where you can have fun.
LOVE: That’s why you’re standing at the altar wearing those silly clothes, remember? Amidst all the disorder, don’t forget to flash your partner a soppy smile and tell them how much you love them.Â
M is for MUSIC: A good wedding band can ensure your big day remains in your guests’ collective memory for years. Sorry to say, but a bad wedding band can ensure the exact same result. Any band which offers to play ‘The Birdie Song’ should immediately be disregarded.Â
N is for NUTS: which you are for inviting 350 people to your wedding. But there’s no backing out now!Â
O is for “OH MY GOD!”: This phrase will be heard on many occasions. When the bride comes walking up the aisle looking tremendously beautiful. And when her parents see the bill for sending her up there.Â
P is for PEACH: Remember! The bridesmaids must wear peach!Â
Q is for QUESTIONS: As in, “how do I arrange a wedding?” No-one really knows. Just make it up as you go along.Â
R is for RELATIONS: this will be the first opportunity many of your relations will have to meet their new in-laws. It could mark the beginning of many life-long friendships. Or life-long feuding. Eliminate all sharp cutlery from the tables if the latter looks more likely.Â
S is for So many things, yes, you are right !! Then let’s proceed.Â
T is for THRESHOLD: It’s a tradition so get it right. Unacceptable variations on the theme include hitting your bride’s head off the door jam or inflicting a bodily injury of any kind.Â
U is for UNEXPECTED: the bridesmaid will flee with the parson, the photographer will turn out to be colorblind, the keyboardist will turn out to be Stevie Wonder. Who knows? Just be prepared for anything.
V is for VODKA: keep the best man away from it, at least until his speech is over. We’re sure the stag-party visit to Bangalore was “totally overwhelming” but we’re also sure that the bride’s parents don’t need to hear about it.
W is WHISKY: ditto.Â
X is forâ€¦er, XYLOPHONE: Your wedding group may have one of these. Equally, they may not. (x is a difficult letter, okay?!)Â
Y is for YAWN: this is exactly what you don’t want to hear during your reception. Remember – yawns are highly contagious. Once one person starts, they’ll spread through the throng quicker than a case of SARS. Get the crook a Red Bull and Vodka immediately and be adamant that they dance with your great-aunt as punishment.Â
Z is for ZZZZZZZZZZ: that’s the sound you’ll be making at the end of your big day. It may have cost thousands of pounds and set you into insolvency, but hey, you got through it alive!Â
We have completed A to Z.