Don’t pack the guests in.
Give them some space to move around in. it might first seem and sound like a good idea to cut your wedding venue costs short by opting for a smaller but cheaper function room or something like that but there is a danger to this. Your guests might be packed in like sardines and this can be uncomfortable and embarrassing and something that you need to go ahead and veer away from as much as you possibly can.
This is a common mistake for most of the brides out there and something that you should be well aware of enough to avoid as much as you possibly can. Your guests will feel as if you weren’t really prepared for the wedding headcount and that you kind of just played things by ear and rammed them all in when you found out that you had more guests than expected. It sets a bad vibe and although your wedding décor and entertainment and program or even the food might all be on point, your bad logistics might turn out to be the only thing that they remember so plan it all out. Give some allowance and give them enough space to move around in one way or the other. You are also going to need ample space for your Barnsley wedding photographer to move around in and so that he will be able to weave in and out of the crowds with little to no problem at all.
Time the vows.
We are talking about the ever elusive golden hours, here. The golden hours are beautiful but it requires a stroke of technical genius to actually time your vows with it. If you pull it off though, you are all set for the dreamiest setup that you could ever imagine and you can be quite rest assured of the fact that this will give you something worth looking forward to at the end of the day. Have a long talk with your Barnsley wedding photographer about this. If there is anyone in your portfolio of wedding vendors who knows a thing or two about magical lighting, it would have to be your professional photographer so make sure that you get that figured out.
Give everyone enough info to get by.
If you want your wedding party to be in on whatever it is that you are trying to do or pull off for the wedding, then you need to start looping them in one way or the other. Give them pamphlets about your wedding theme. Map out the instructions if you can help it. Do anything you can to make sure that they are well informed about the wedding as much as possible and things will come by so much easier at the end of the day.
Learn how to trust people.
Stop trying to manage everything. It’s one thing to be extremely detailed and completely another for you to become overbearing with the people around you. Plan things out but don’t yell at people if things don’t turn out your way. There is always a better way of getting things said and done.