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Wedding prep checklist (1/6): Just engaged

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Wedding prep checklist

You’re engaged – woohoo!
Time to do…well…loads of wedding prep. Here’s a quick checklist to guide you through the first few days of your engagement.

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How far ahead should you set your wedding date?

So you’ve recently got engaged. The excitement has died down. And life has started to resume itself. Until all your friends and family start badgering you to set a date. But how much time should you give yourself between the engagement and your wedding day?

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Children at weddings

Do children even belong at weddings? As with many of the decisions you make in the lead up to your big day, the choice is a personal one. Some people clearly feel as though weddings are an adult event (and the large quantities of booze consumed would substantiate those claims) but then there are others who consider the big day a family occasion, designed for everyone to be a part of.

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Winter weddings – why the heck not?

Winter weddings are getting ever more popular. But why were they ever unpopular? We look at why winter weddings actually make more sense than summer ones.

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How to veto spiralling costs

If you’re watching your wedding costs go through the roof, don’t have faith – it’ll only get worse. Get your diplomacy hat on and veto like you mean it.

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Dealing with smoking and drinking

Whilst not everyone relishes the idea of a wedding ceremony, more often than not people enjoy the idea of going to a wedding reception because it is just another reason to party. Of course, copious amounts of alcohol and a demographic of smokers is practically synonymous with partying, so a wedding reception naturally runs the risk of drunken behaviour and enough smoke to make people wonder where the fire is at.

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