Tips to organise the perfect wedding day

To organise the perfect wedding day begins with the ring...

Weddings can be an exciting time, but also stressful. With so much to do, it can be hard to work out where to start, but creating the perfect plan of action will help you organise the perfect wedding day.

Once you have set a date, you need to make a list of everything you need to arrange for the big day. This includes flowers, the dress, transport, venue, catering, entertainment, bridesmaids, best man, ushers, invitations and lot more.

Work out the order in which to arrange everything and set deadlines and budgets that you need to stick to. The venue could be a registry office, church or religious building, castle or hotel.

Once the venue and date are secured, send out invitations well in advance so you can work out how many people are coming and therefore how many heads to plan for the catering.

Some venues may be able to do a discount for a larger number of people attending, so it is worth asking after this.

Finding the perfect wedding ring is important. It is something that you will keep forever and should be the right size and design, suiting you well.

There are many places in which to search for a ring and this can be done online or in store. Seek out local jewellers and arrange a meeting to discuss options and try out designs.

Hatton Garden is a popular area for wedding and engagement rings. Search online for ‘diamond wedding rings Hatton Garden to bring up results for various jewellers within that location.

Check out a few of the websites and see if there are any designs you like before setting up a meeting. Remember to stick within your budget.

Diamond is a popular choice as it is the ultimate type of ring, but there are many other quality options to consider, including sapphires and rubies. It depends on your preference and how much you have to spend.

Choosing the perfect dress can also be a challenge, but the best way is to visit a bridal shop, try on a few designs and take photos so you can go home and have a think about which you prefer.

Taking a trusted friend or family member with you to help give a second opinion is also advisable. White is the most popular colour for dresses, but others are also possible. You can choose to wear a veil and tiara or opt against it.

Flowers are important as they should go with the bridesmaids’ dresses or themes and not clash. Catering should also be arranged in advance in order to avoid problems and you should check with any guests if they have any dietary requirements that needs to be met.