Today we spring ahead. Get that list of wedding tasks that you have been procrastinating about and get started. Take small steps and you will be done before you know it and be glad you did. Don’t for get to ask for help. You wedding party, friends and family are just waiting for you to ask!
You’ve made the honeymoon plans of your dreams. Airplane / cruise line tickets are purchased, room reservations have been made and all that is left to do is pack your bags. You’ve kept you trip under budget and so proud of what you have accomplished but… what about tipping? Have you added this in your budget? When ? Who? and How much do you tip? A dollar here and a dollar there can add up. First be sure there is a not a “no tipping policy in effect” Sometimes when a vacation package is purchased the tips have already been considered. There are porters, house keepers, waiter/waitress, bartenders, room service and other personal and the list goes on. Depending what service it is the average tip can range from $1-5 or $15-20%. How much did you budget for tips?
Today’s weddings are not the same traditional weddings of yesteryear. They are no longer the boring same old same old events. The biggest decision used to be what colors to choose. Now it is what theme are we gong to go with. The themes are endless from remembering a long gone era, to celebrating a holiday season and even a favorite sports team. They are held in barns, on the sea shore and in the air (won’t find me jumping out of a plane). Theme weddings allow the bride and groom to share a little of who they are and have fun doing it. What is your preference TRADITIONAL or THEME? If you had a theme wedding share your theme and the pros and cons of going the non traditional way.