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5 Common Mistakes Couples Make When Planning a Wedding

5 Common Mistakes Couples Make When Planning a Wedding

Getting married can be an exciting journey with the families counting down to the day when their Geles will be higher than the mountains and their colorful Asoebis would be the talk of the town. Some families even begin to think of the top social-elite to invite so that the wedding ceremony would be on the first page of every magazine and social media page. This is the time where every little detail counts and every little mistake is seen like an ink stain on a white wall. Here are five common mistakes , most Nigerian couples make when planning their wedding.

  1. Excessive Spending without a Budget: We get it , you are excited and you want to ensure your wedding is lit. But you have to be careful not spend your money on every passing Instagram ad or wedding package promo , especially when you don’t have a budget to avoid having unnecessary things and no money to buy the essential things . Make sure you have a budget before you start spending on that set of lights or hor _d’oeuvres _from that renowned chef.

  2. Ordering the clothes for the wedding train too late: When it comes to the wedding dress, groom’s suit and clothes for the bridal train , one has to ensure that all the fittings have been done at least six month to the wedding and everyone has everything they need to make their outfit ready. Don’t wait till four weeks to the wedding to start sorting out fitting e.t.c, Nigerian tailors are known to disappoint and excluding that your gown or suit might not be delivered on time or might be the wrong size.

  3. Hiring a Friend instead of a Pro: We know it is good to support your friend’s business but not at the detriment of your wedding.Let the professionals handle your wedding and also stick to profession with testimonials and previous clients. Avoid social media vendors.Let the professionals handle your wedding and also stick to profession with testimonials and previous clients. Avoid social media vendors except they are good referrals.

  4. Sending Your I.V’s Too Late: Don’t wait till a month to your wedding to send out invites. Give your guests time to fit it into their schedule and also it helps you confirm the people who would be available. So a minimum of three months is perfect for sending out the invitations.

  5. Announcing Your Wedding To The Public: Bisi,Dabira,Titi and the whole Federation don’t have to know about your upcoming wedding.It will only lead to uninvited guests and excess pressure. It is best to keep your wedding private , and invite only family and friends , then announce it to the whole world a day before the wedding or on the wedding day to avoid unnecessary pressure.