How to Plan Your Wedding in 30 Days (Without a Wedding Planner)
You’re racing against time with just a month or less to plan your big day. You’re not just short of time to plan but also have no time to cruise the vast internet to find resources to execute your plan. To top it off, your neighbors, friends and family are telling you that you’re crazy trying to plan this by yourself in thirty days. This power-packed book will help you get it done! More
You’re sure of each other but life does not afford you the time you need for elaborate planning. You have to wed quickly for a variety of reasons: military deployment, immigration reasons, illness or age, or the rush to start a family. Or perhaps you just don’t want to wait that long. Or maybe you are an internet-savvy millennial and want to do this fast.
Whatever your reason, if cannot believe it’s possible to plan a wedding in thirty days, this book is for you! This book will show you how it’s done! You will neither have to postpone your wedding date, nor do you have to become stoic till you say “I do”, to survive the drama.
Wedding planning is not exactly like project management at a workplace despite the strong analogies: The cost analysis, the contract negotiations, the vendors and a delivery schedule; the people to delegate tasks to and decisions to be made to keep the process efficient. There is one big difference: a project at your workplace is not the most meaningful, life-changing event in two people’s lives; a wedding however, is. It’s the reason every bride wants her wedding to be perfect. It’s why decisions are not easy. It’s why the average wedding planning time in the United States is 13-18 months after the ring comes on. It’s why halfway into planning, many couples may have experienced a high degree of temptation to elope.
There are also a few things a couple needs to come to terms with. Since we live in a world with limited resources, there’s no point in planning two weddings for yourself; one that Pinterest makes you want and the other one you can actually afford. Nor should you discount the importance of launching a new life with another person that comes fraught with difficulty and joy all mixed up and served in a tangy punch. There’s also, of course, the logistical dilemma of a myriad action items to be completed that you find yourself having to barrel your way through.
I hope you find this book useful to keep you organized and provide you valuable life advice. And if so, I hope you will recommend it to another couple you know are tying the knot.
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