Forever Lasting Weddings

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What do wedding guests REALLY want?

For our wedding, we want our guests to have the best time, we figure if they're having a great time, so will we. We've got our ideas, having been to weddings ourselves, of what makes the overall experience an awesome one... but would love to hear all perspectives, please!

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I would say from my experience the Food, Music and Dancing. People want food whether it be at a backyard bbq wedding or an elegant  3 course wedding they need to eat and you can provide excellent food either way. Music is a must have of course, make sure you have a mixture especially for the older generation as well as the young because it will make everyone get up and dance.

Someone who I care about, but wasn't invited to the wedding, has asked to come and watch the ceremony

Is this weird? I feel strange about it!

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There is nothing weird or strange about this. This does happen and while we are amidst the Covid Pandemic this will happen due to a number of people allowed. There are other options you can maybe suggest to the person you care about is live streaming, when it comes to picking a platform or service that will allow you to livestream your wedding including Zoom, Skype, Facebook, and so on but keep in mind there maybe limitations.

How do I determine what friends to invite and leave off the guest list during covid?

I have had chronic health issues since 2013, after being diagnosed with breast cancer. I had to have implants after mastectomy and have had health issues ever since. I mostly stay in contact with my friends on social media but don't hang out with most of them in person, especially since covid. I have a long time friend that used to invite us to her events but stopped a few years ago. We still run into each other and she has asked when my wedding is and she knows my fiance, as they used to work together as managers for a retail pharmacy. Her kids and my son grew up around each other but I'm not sure if they should be on the guest list or not? She always says she misses us and we need to hang out but it never happens. I'm just not sure how to decide who we should include or not include and we are trying to stay within our budget AND keep up with social distancing during this pandemic.

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So sorry to hear of your health, I do hope everything is going well for you. As we all know due to the Covid we can only have so many people. First would be your family, next is close friends (who you see on a daily basis or weekly) and then you could possibly invite work friends etc. Don't stress over who you can't invite, people should understand with the covid etc, you can always live stream your wedding for those you can't invite but would still like them to be apart of it.

Is a wedding planner worth the extra cost?

My fiance and I both come from extensive immediate and extended families, we are both Aboriginal descent with my family spreading across the state of VIC and his family spreading across NT, NSW and VIC. As a result of this, we have a huge guest list (trust me, we have been brutal in trying to cut it down.) We are trying to find ways to cut costs where we can, but it is becoming time-consuming for me to research everything. I currently work full time in a job where I travel across the state regularly while studying full time and being a business owner. So my main question are they worth the extra cost?

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Hi Tarni,

Congratulations on your engagement this is an exciting time for you. Normally a bride should be excited about planning her big day, but does she really know what planning a wedding is all about? The amount of hours/days/weeks and months that go into  planning a wedding, even longer if you are working full time, can be very stressful and time consuming. So my answer to your question is Yes wedding planners are worth the cost.  I can give you 10 reasons why hiring a wedding planner is well worth the cost, contact me anytime day or night if you would like to talk.

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