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The Engagement

Tamesha Kinloch-Carter

Chief Planner


From the moment you say "YES", to the moment you say, "I DO", it's an emotional rollercoaster.

With all the excitement that comes with the initial engagement, so is the wish for the perfect wedding.

For some, the perfect wedding is a large grand affair, for others it's simple and elegant. Either way, there's quite a few things to consider:







Be Considerate: Make decisions based on preserving and enhancing the important relationships in your lives.


Take time to Think: Give some thought to the kind of occasion that you, your family and friends will feel comfortable with.


Let Go of Tradition: Forget about a tradition that may cause a family rift. You can, include a tradition that may mean a lot to someone important to you, like your grandparents.


Use Tact: We understand when adding others to the equation it can become a little uncomfortable at times. However, rely on tact and sensitivity when involving others, even stepparents and extended family members.


Be Accommodating: The elderly and physically challenged guests and children should always be considered when planning your wedding. You never want them to feel excluded.


Anticipate: Always be one step ahead, this is especially why planning is important. Take steps to avoid potential problems as much as possible.


So Go Ahead and Be Excited!!! You have been waiting for this day to come....It's only right for you to celebrate!



 

If you're engaged and not sure what to do next, book a consultation with us. We'll be happy to guide you in the right direction.



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