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This page has tips and tricks from brides who've been there and know exactly what you're going through.
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Get everything done so that the day of your wedding you can be stress free and enjoy the day.

Brides magazine has a book that includes a lot of helpful information (including who pays for what & what order should I walk down the aisle.

Use sites like "The Knot" and local sources like The Wedding Guide for local info.
If you're crafty, Martha Stewart's "Weddings" magazines have a lot of "Do it Yourself" tips that can be done in advance or for showers.

Use an economical 3 ring binder and keep all contracts, pictures of things you like as you see them & business cards.

At the end of the day, as long as you're married to the right person, the rest is extra
When holding flowers- don't rest your arms next to your body. It'll make them look bigger in pictures.
Compromise. Every bride knows what she wants, but don't forget it's his big day too. It will sure make the days and months leading up to the event easier.
Definitely shop around, but be decisive - the longer you mull a decision, the more issues you will have - and the more indecisive you will become. Once you have an idea of what you want, follow your instincts (as long as it's within the budget), they're usually right.
Don't be afraid to be different - just because everyone else does it that way doesn't mean you have to - if you're doing something because you feel like you should rather than because you really want it to be part of your special day, then potentially creating more stress than you need to.
Think outside the box when it comes to food...find a local restaurant that delivers and have them deliver the "catered" food! Think Chinese, Mexican, name it!
If you are planning your wedding from out-of-town then let one of your friends from back home be in charge of everything! Saves lots and lots of hassle.
Do all of your planning ahead of time and just enjoy your day.
Remember that it is all to celebrate your union. Don't forget about that in all the planning.

Keep it simple. People want to be there for the Bride and Groom, not all the extras you think you need. Maybe we should go back to the simple church weddings with cake and coffee in the fellowship hall. Saves a lot of stress and money...

Remember that giving Wedding Speeches is part of the grand organized wedding plan.
Watch videos from previous weddings to see good and bad examples

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