3. Get the Vendors Outlined and Confirmed
Negotiating with the vendors before booking your wedding may sound unreasonable. However, if you think it through, you’ll realize that it’ll give you the estimated budget for overall cost, including the venue.
Make a checklist of vendors to sort things out. If you’ve agreed to share the wedding expense with your would-be husband, discuss it with him. It’s another way to grow your understanding and confidence with him.
Decide what type of wedding photography you want. It’s true that cell phones and advanced photo editing apps have eased photography nowadays. But look for something more authentic to keep the photos as special memories.
Check again which meal suppliers you want to go with. Go and visit their manager. Make some trial orders to check the taste. Inform them about your possible wedding venue, so they can plan their food arrangement properly.
Keep precise records of each deal and negotiation with the vendors and suppliers.