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How to Plan a Wedding in 3 Months. Part of the series: Wedding Planning. Planning a wedding in three months requires you to be very flexible on the time and date of the wedding. Discover how to have the best wedding with only three months of planning with advice from a professional wedding planner in this free video on wedding planning. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5538873_plan-wedding-3-months.html

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How to Plan a Wedding in 2 Months. Part of the series: Wedding Planning. Planning a wedding in two months requires you to book a venue as soon possible and to be very flexible on the date and time. Find out how to have the best wedding with only two months of planning with guidance from a professional wedding planner in this free video on wedding planning. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5538875_plan-wedding-2-months.html

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How to Plan a Wedding Reception?

Planning your wedding reception can take a lot of effort and it all begins with deciding on the location of the reception and the type of reception. Fear not, it’s a fairly methodical process provided you’re aware of which things need to be covered and what’s more, you can have a lot of fun with it too!
Decide whether you will have an indoor or an outdoor reception. Obviously, if want an outdoor event, you’ll have to consider the possibility of rain ruining your plan, therefore, keep a hidden ace up your sleeve just in case.

Decide on the type of reception you’d like to have. Nowadays the two main types of reception are sit-down meal or cocktail party, but other variants such as picnics, a simple cake-cutting, or a beach reception might also appeal.

Consider whether or not you’ll have a receiving line. On the positive side, this can provide an opportunity to greet all guests and allows everyone to feel they’ve had the chance to congratulate you. On the downside, it can take a lot of time and it can begin to feel tiring for those on it. Some guests may also detest the formality of this and having to wait in line. Having divorced parents can also make this an awkward decision for some.
Consider whether you’d like to be announced as you enter the reception. This can be a lot of fun and can be done simply and easily by the DJ or bandleader, saying something like “Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome the newlyweds Bob and Billie (or Mr and Mrs)”, and you can then take your places for dinner.
Decide when to have the toasts and plan to keep them short. While these are both traditional and wonderful, they’re a pain when they’re too long, too maudlin, rude, or just plain dull. Make the toasts during or between dinner courses, with two or three people speaking each time.
Decide when dancing will occur. Nowadays most weddings tend to leave the dancing until all courses are finished rather than having dances between courses. Besides your special song, be sure to have songs people will really want to dance to, not strange songs that only suit the taste of a few.
Organize the photography of the reception. You will want reception photos as much as the ceremony photos. Organize pictures with family and friends, in special groups or at certain tables.
Consider whether you wish to have any other ceremonial aspects. For example, you might wish to have the garter belt removal tradition in front of the guests. And you might wish to throw the flowers at your reception, as per tradition.
Work out seating. If you’re planning a sit-down dinner, seating can grow to be a bit of headache so it pays to focus on it early enough.
Choose the food. There will always be some people with dietary restrictions, so be prepared to provide vegetarian, gluten-free, and other variants as needed. It’s a good idea to have asked guests in advance for advice concerning allergies. A cocktail reception will usually on have nibbles and finger foods but still have both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options available. Decide how many courses you want for a sit-down dinner and be sure to check this against your budget.
Choose where the wedding cake will be placed during the reception. Decide when it will be cut.

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Planning a wedding menu is a lot of fun. First of all you should get to taste a good deal of the food. Because you may not eat it that night. So in advance, you’ll taste it and you’ll know what it will look like. And that’s a lot of fun. And that should be bride and groom and parents, if the venue is willing.

Planning a menu should include knowing the guest list. Because if you know your guests–and clearly, you should know your guests if you’re inviting them–then you know their eating habits and you know the foods that would please them the most. So it’s not about cost, necessarily. It’s about knowing what style of food your guests like or picking a particular style of food because you just think it would be fun.

Whatever it is, make sure you have enough vegetarian, enough green color. All the food should not be brown and fried even though that one likes that the best. One should have variation of color. When looking at your papers, think about the color of food that is coming on the table, so that there is enough variety. Because remember that people eat with their eyes as well as with their mouth.

Many people admit that wedding planning can be tough, especially if you don’t have royal cash to spend. Business Insider published a helpful list of planning tips, written by a woman who did it herself. Included in Chelsea Greenwood’s list of “what she wish she’d known before saying “yes,'” includes dedicating a point person to handle logistics. If hiring a planner is not in budget, recruit a family member or friend to make sure that no detail slips through the cracks.