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Ironically, Lohengrin is a romantic opera about a doomed marriage, which makes it an odd choice for the procession of so many generations of Western brides. The first thing you need to do is write down every scene you envision of your perfect wedding day, every thought that comes to mind that would make it glorious and just what you have always dreamed of. Ask your fiancé to do the same. Chances are, the bride’s list will be a lot longer and more detailed than the groom’s. When your lists are complete, you should sit down together in a relaxed atmosphere and go over your ideas for the wedding, immediately eliminating any aspects you both feel strongly that you don’t want to include, inking in the ones you both are sure you want, and leaving some others to be discussed.

45 Plan Cathleen & Chris Cathleen says, “I wanted to elope, but my husband wanted a big wedding with all his family. So we struck a deal: If I agreed to a large wedding (100 people), I got to plan the entire honeymoon. This was fine with him, and so it was! Once I actually started planning the wedding, I had a blast! Chris gave me carte blanche to pretty much do as I pleased, as long as his family and friends were all included. ” Your first budgeting task is to determine how much money you have to invest in the wedding of your dreams.

Courtesy Cathleen and Chris Small © Sally Emory any children involved have met and broken bread together, it’s time to let others in on the festive affair you’re planning. This is an optional but enjoyable informal gathering of friends and family. You might host it yourself or the new “in-laws” might host it jointly. This is the time for a lawn party with croquet and badminton, a party in the back room of your favorite neighborhood watering hole, or a backyard barbeque: It should just be a casual gathering of family and friends for no other purpose than to hear your news, admire your ring, and bask in your joy.

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