Worcestershire Wedding ceremony tips

Bride and bride dancing down the aisle in the Arden Suite at the Delta Hotels Forest of Arden

Preparing for your wedding ceremony can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right planning and preparation, you can make sure that your special day is everything you dreamed of. We want to help ease this process so, here are some tips to help you get started.

1. Choose the right venue for you

The first step in preparing for your wedding ceremony is selecting the perfect venue. There are so many in this area! Consider factors such as size, location, and cost when making your decision. Make sure to book the venue well in advance to ensure availability. Check out our venues page for some suggestions.

2. Create a Budget

Once you have chosen a venue, create a budget for your wedding ceremony. This will help you stay on track with expenses and make sure that you don’t overspend! It can be so easy to think you need so much stuff, especially after visiting wedding fairs where you can be bombarded with ideas!

3. Hire recommended wedding suppliers

When it comes to planning your wedding ceremony, working with the right wedding suppliers is essential. From make-up artists, florists and caterers to photographers and DJs, there are a variety of vendors that can help make your special day even more memorable. Research different vendors and compare prices before making any decisions. We often work with some amazing wedding suppliers and would be happy to help.

4. Plan the Ceremony

Start planning out the details of your ceremony, such as who will be officiating, what readings or songs will be included, and how long it will last. Also, try to think about where your readers will stand. Especially if you are having your ceremony filmed. A top tip here is to ask your videographer the best place for people to stand.

Bride standing under a large chandelier with sun appearing through a window

5. Prepare Your Vows

Writing your vows can be one of the most meaningful parts of the wedding ceremony preparation process. Take some time to reflect on what marriage means to you and write down your thoughts in an organised way so that they are easy to remember on the big day!


​Thanks for reading my wedding blog. If you are getting married somewhere in Worcestershire or the West Midlands, then I would really love to hear from you! You can contact me here to arrange a free online consultation or just arrange a phone call to discuss you day and your wedding photography requirements. ​

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