Happy New Year! We at Sound Precision Entertainment are excited to start the 2021 wedding season! However, we thought we’d get off on the right foot – resolution style. With more than 15 years of experience in the industry, we’ve tapped into our extensive knowledge to give you some different types of resolutions – those related to wedding planning. Read on to find out the top 5 wedding resolutions you need to make this year. 

 

1. I will take time to enjoy the moment. 

Many newlyweds will tell you that their actual wedding day went by in a blur. But with all that time and energy you spent planning, you need to take time to enjoy it! Make sure you pause and take a few moments to breathe throughout the day. Sit down and eat your dinner, sample a piece of cake and sneak off to watch the sunset. At the end of the day, you’ll be glad you did. 

2. I will ask for help.

It’s easy to get caught up in planning and think you can do everything yourself. But if you do, you’re looking for a burnout. Don’t be afraid to ask friends and family (and especially your bridesmaids!) for help. You can even make it fun with a wine and centerpiece-making night or a football and favors party. You’ll be surprised how many people are willing and able to help – if you only ask! 

3. I will finish the guest list. 

One of the toughest and most-procrastinated items on your wedding to-do list is the guest list. It’s better to get it over with and done than to push it off for a later date as the size of your guest list affects everything from your venue to your menu selections. It also helps to have a budget in place prior to working on your guest list so you know what you can afford. 

4. I will book my vendors.

It’s never too early to book your vendors, especially in the 2021 wedding climate. Couples who have postponed their weddings due to COVID-19 are competing with newly engaged brides for dates, and if you wait too long, you might miss out. If you’re concerned about changing your mind, ask your vendor about their cancellation policy. 

5. I will write my thank-you notes. 

Once the wedding is over, it is easy to push off one of the last items on your to-do list: thank-you notes. However, it is still important to send these as soon as possible to show your thanks and appreciation to your guests. You can start the process early by preaddressing envelopes. After the wedding, strive to make each card personal, thanking the person for not only their gift but any help or advice they may have given. 

To discuss your 2021 wedding, contact Sound Precision Entertainment at (216) 870-4513 or scott@spedj.com.

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