Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Influenced by SF Gate's article on do it yourself brides, Do the Bride a Favor today shared some pieces of advice for ambitious brides on planning a wedding.
Hiring a planner is expensive. Especially during these times, money is tight. For these reasons, do it yourself weddings are increasing in popularity. It might take a bit more time and effort, but it is possible to prepare for the most important parts of the wedding. Here are a few hints for brides on where to start.
When it comes to invitations, most brides opt for paper ones with a picture of the couple and message to the guest. Crafty brides might go for a certain type of paper or design. Do the Bride a Favor suggests something like an unusual type of paper or covering paper in vending stickers for a unique touch. Tech savvy brides might prefer sending invitations and RSVP by email.
Preparation all depends on how much initiative the bride has, time constraints, and how many invitations have to go out. Cutting 300 invitations might be a bit overwhelming, so recruiting help for invitations can be helpful.
Favors are another area where creativity is encouraged. Food favors always go over well and are a great post wedding snack. Personalized wedding chocolates whether ordered or made by the bride have their own fun style to them, while also being delicious. For brides who wish to have more long lasting, tangible favors for their guests, hit the local discount stores for inexpensive options and for inspiration.
The best advice for brides when it comes to wedding planning is to do a lot of research and to start planning early.
“The Internet is your friend,” Do the Bride a Favor stated. “There are so sites out there. Our site offers fantastic wedding ideas too. Whether it's for buying materials or getting ideas for the wedding don't underestimate the power of the world wide web.”
Do the Bride a Favor specializes in unique and fun wedding favor ideas and news for the bride to be. We focus on cultivating a special experience for each and every wedding guest. We also research great gift ideas in general and candy opportunities.