1. Create a separate email account for wedding planning. The amount of junk mail you will get is ridiculous.
2. Assign someone you trust to download or Airdrop as many guest photos as possible. Of course you will hire a professional photographer – Owensboro has so many incredible options! But your guests will be taking fun, candid photos throughout the event. Why not try to grab those unique photos before the guests leave? And you will be entirely too busy, so ask a trusted friend to help out!
3. Plan specific times during the wedding day to be alone together. A few minutes after pictures, a few minutes after the ceremony, and a few minutes in the middle of the night to just step back and watch it all go down, together.
4. Consider or reconsider the “first look.” Two reasons. It can calm your nerves before the ceremony and can cut down on the photography time between the ceremony and reception.
5. Things that are not as important as you think they are: wedding favors, invitations, programs, bridesmaid/groomsmen gifts, everything else you’ve seen on Pinterest.
6. Think before you DIY. You may think you are going to save money by DIYing your wedding. Mason jars, wood slices, twine – they are cheap supplies that can create the rustic, shabby chic wedding you are dreaming of, but your time is worth something, too. Don’t waste time DIYing when you could be planning for life after the wedding.