Getting Married Summer 2022? Everything You Need to Know

Whether you are planning your wedding with your partner or hiring a wedding planner, in the middle of all the stress be sure that you are enjoying the process.

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Are you getting married this summer? Congratulations! It is an exciting feeling knowing that you will be with the love of your life for as long as you both live. The only thing is that it is hard to focus on that with all of the work that it takes to plan a wedding. It can be overwhelming, but in the end, it’s not all that hard.

Read on to discover everything you need to know for your summer 2022 wedding. 

Planning a Wedding Yourself 

If you are getting married this summer and are not going to hire a wedding planner, then you have a long road of work ahead of you. Do not be discouraged! It is fun planning your own wedding. While it can be stressful at times, you are still having a hand in creating one of the most memorable days of your life with the person you love the most. So, here are a few things you will want to pay attention to in preparation for your wedding. 

Your Rings 

You cannot have a wedding without the rings, right? Well, you probably could, but let’s try not to let that happen. Be sure that whoever is in charge of getting the rings knows what style and size to get and where to get them from. 

Men who do not typically wear rings often have a difficult time choosing a ring. The best solution to this is to search mens rings online and scroll through them until you find the one that seems to fit your personality the best. 

The Music 

Similar to rings, couples often have a very difficult time choosing the music for their wedding. More specifically, they have a hard time choosing the song they walk in to, and the song they walk out to. The solution could be as simple as searching for the best wedding songs online and listening until you find the one that means something to both of you. Just make sure that you like listening to them! 

The Venue

There are so many venues out there that it could feel almost impossible narrowing it down to the one you and your partner see yourselves getting married at. But fear not, it is possible. Simply create a checklist for the things you want and the things you don’t, visit plenty of venues and take notes, and go over them all in comparison to your checklist. Once that is done, just choose the best fit. 

Photographers and Videographers 

Your wedding is no doubt going to be one of the most memorable days of your entire life. So you might as well have it well documented, so you can remember every moment as they happen. If you want this, it is important to hire the best photographer and videographer you can afford. After all, you will definitely want to have high-quality videos of your family members making fools of themselves out on the dance floor. 

The Food

The food, though often an afterthought, can be one of the most important parts of the wedding for your guests. It separates a nice party from the wedding of the year in people’s minds. So, be sure to treat the ones that are supporting you with fancy hors d’oeuvres, an a5 wagyu ribeye, and a nice dessert to finish the night off. 

The Flowers 

Flowers are something that many people wait until the last minute to order. Don’t let that happen. They are expensive and another subtle element of your wedding that can make a big difference in how the whole event is perceived. So, think about what you want and make sure that this detail is perfect for your big day.

The Guest List 

No one likes going over the guest list with their partner. It is a long process of chasing family trees, friend groups, and playing Tetris with where they are all going to sit. But, it is something that has to get done. So set aside a time early in the planning process and make it happen.

Invitations 

Once you have decided on the guestlist, you can then move on to invitations. If you can, have a designer make them for you. Having invitations that perfectly match the theme of your wedding is professional and encourages people to come. It is a win-win for everyone. 

Your Registry 

Now that you’ve done the hard work, it’s time to think about the main event, your registry. This is the part of your wedding that can kick off you and your partner’s lives together and get a few extra fun items in the process. So think about what you may need and want, and simply put it on your registry.

This could include things like ceramic cookware, lamps, plates, bowls, shelves, kitchen appliances, bedding, and any other thing that you could think of. Be creative!

Hiring a Wedding Planner 

If that all sounds like a lot for you, you may want to consider hiring a wedding planner. There is nothing wrong with that. Planning a wedding is difficult and requires a lot of time and attention to detail that you may not have access to. So, if you are going to hire a wedding planner, you might as well hire the best. 

The Knot 

Hiring a company like The Knot will set you on the right track for the wedding of your dreams. They are a well-oiled machine with loads of features that can make your entire wedding process feel like a breeze. 

They include features like gathering all of the inspiration for your wedding in one place and providing you with a checklist for it, outsourcing to local vendors within your price range, building a website specifically for your wedding, and setting your registry up the right way. Leaving you stress-free and excited for the big day. 

Enjoy the Process 

Now that you know all you need to know about planning your summer wedding in 2022. Make sure that you enjoy the process. It can be stressful, difficult, and feel impossible sometimes, but do not let that get to you. You are still getting married to the love of your life. So, focus on that and enjoy planning your big day!

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