5 Things You Should Avoid Going DIY On for Your WeddingLeave a Comment
When it comes to DIY for your wedding, you best believe that homemade gifts, favors, and more can add a personal yet wonderful touch to it. Even better, they can be made and assembled months in advance.
However, there are certain aspects of your weddings best left to experienced wedding professionals. Grab a seat and let Hunt Country Celebrations tell you a bit about them.
- Hair and Makeup
Most women know how to do their hair and makeup quite well, thanks to platforms like YouTube. For your wedding day, we suggest you book a professional as soon as you have your wedding date. This will ensure you look your best for photographs. Besides, you should be pampered on your special day, no?
Ideally, flowers should be arranged a day or two before and best left to a professional. You can look around until you find a florist that you resonate with. If we have one extra tip, it’s this: Always use a lot of greenery in place of flowers, but please hire a professional to make sure it’s done right.
- The Cake
Hire only the best professionals here, and not only with the baking but also with the transportation on the wedding day. You will be too busy to focus on the wedding cake; you shouldn’t even consider transporting the cake to the venue yourself. Hire a professional baker or caterer that you trust.
Just like with the cake, you do not have the time to tend to this. And tending to a large number of people at your wedding is entirely different from the fancy meals you whip up for yourself and close friends. Hire a caterer!
- The Music
Your friend with the great playlist cannot handle the entertainment at your wedding. Please hire either a wedding band or a DJ well in advance. They can also announce the bridal party as well as other events that need to happen on your wedding timeline.
Are you thinking of having your wedding in Northern Virginia? Why not let Hunt Country Celebrations handle it for you? We’re looking forward to hearing from you. Contact us today!