It doesn’t have to be an updo.
Even if the common notion is that for a wedding look to work for you, you need to have your hair in an updo all of the time, it doesn’t have to be like that at all. Try to work with what you have. Figure out what looks better on you. It depends. Faces and shapes can be different. Some women might look great in an updo while some might turn out to look better with their hair down. It all boils down to what your preferences will turn out to be so far. It helps out a lot if you practice how you will be wearing your hair even way before the wedding so far. This way, once the day comes, you get to know for sure that you already know what your main preferences will turn out to be at the end of the day.
Take care of the ring.
Your engagement ring will almost always be in the limelight. Friends will ask about it all the time. Your wedding photographer Berkshire will cover it more often than not. The thing is, it tends to get a lot of attention and you need to make sure that it is kept in the best shape as much as possible. Perhaps the wedding itself may be a year out or so. Make sure that you don’t put in in harm’s way. Don’t take it off in public. Schedule sessions out with your jeweller every 6 months or so to make sure that it is maintained at all times and that no prongs are coming off or anything like that.
Be generous with the bridal gifts.
You want your inner wedding party to really make the most out of their roles in the wedding that you are planning out. The bridal gifts are your tokens of appreciation in what you are trying to do so far.
Feed your vendors.
You want your wedding photographer Berkshire and the rest of all of your other vendors for the wedding to be in the best shape so far and technically speaking, you won’t really be able to do that if you starve them and if you don’t at least give them the courtesy of a decent meal so far. It doesn’t need to be as decadent as what you are serving your guests for the wedding. That can add up pretty quickly and that might challenge your wedding budget way more than you would probably think. Still, you can serve them something hearty and nice without burning holes through your pockets at some point or so. It’s common courtesy and something that you ought to extend to the people that you are bringing in for the wedding, even if they happen to be people that you are paying and have active contracts with so far. They will really appreciate a small gesture like this and you can bank on the fact that they will do everything that they possibly can in order to make sure that they bring in the best of the best out of the coverage so far.