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Your big day is coming up fast and you still have a little bit more planning to do. You've secured a tent rental, wedding chairs, decorations, a DJ, lighting rentals, and just about everything else you need to make your special day that much more special. Yet, you missed one pretty important thing: linens.
One of the biggest challenges that a wedding planner (professional, bride, groom, whoever) faces is seating. Before the bride and groom can sit down and figure out who sits where they have to figure out what type of wedding tables they want. It might sound trivial, but those who've dealt with the pros and cons of table shapes know just how frustrating it can be. So to help your decision, here are some factors to consider when deciding on a shape.
After a couple gets engaged, the average time until the wedding is 14 months, according to Knots 2014 Real Weddings Study. This affords the bride and groom to plan and organize every detail of the wedding. If you are planning to have the ceremony in an outdoor location, you will likely need to rent a variety of supplies. Wedding rentals not only make life easier for the happy couple, but they are high quality and can match up with a theme. One of the most important things to remember to remember when planning is wedding linen rentals.
Summer isn't the only great time of the year to host an event outdoors. Surprisingly, wedding celebrations are just as likely to be hosted in September and October as they are in June. This is because fall is a great time to come together to enjoy the great outdoors and the beautiful colors of the fall leaves.
The average length of an engagement is 14 months, according to the Knot's 2014 Real Weddings Study. This means that the average wedding is planned over the course of a little over a year. Longer engagements such as these not only give couples time to plan their weddings but also allows them to spend money on the ceremony periodically, rather than all at once.
The most popular month to get married, according to the Knot's Real Weddings Study, is June (15%), followed closely by October (14%). June is often a popular wedding month because it's the month where Spring becomes Summer, which means a wedding is less likely to be rained on as it would be in the Spring while also not being too hot.
Weddings can be incredibly expensive. Although it’s your day to shine as you begin your new life as a married couple rather than as a single individual, it’s also important for you to remain financially responsible. It’s one thing to want your venue to be in a church and another to be in a church on the other side of the world because you happen to enjoy the lighting.
The Fourth of July is a holiday filled with fun, patriotism, and fireworks. So why not schedule your own romantic fireworks on the same day? A Fourth of July wedding can be immensely enjoyable and the warm weather will keep your guests pleasantly entertained outdoors all day (and night) long.