5 Questions to Ask When Developing Your Wedding Vision

Oh HEY bride to be!!! Congrats again for getting engaged over the Holidays. I'm celebrating over here with you in spirit :) Okay, so now that you have taken my advice from the first series (If you didn't read it, no worries, you can find it here) , it's time to create your wedding vision. Some people call it your theme (I really try not to use that word because it limits your creativity to one category) or vibe (love this word!). Your vision is the overall feel of your wedding, which is the foundation of your wedding. Think about how you want your guests to feel and what you want them to remember. Additionally, think about how YOU want to feel on your day as well! All of the other decisions made will be based on your wedding vision, which is why it is so important to start here. There are five questions that I am going to ask you below that will help guide you with your vision. After answering the questions, you will have a better understanding of what type of wedding you want that matches your style and vibe. Let's start!

1. What 3 words define your relationship? 

2. What is a must have at your wedding?

3. Where do you spend the most time with your fiancé?

4. What is the most important element of your wedding day?

5. What do you want people to remember most about your wedding day?

Hint: (I would also ask your fiancé these questions as well and see where you land!) 

BONUS: Email me your responses, I would love to hear! :) 

After you have answered these questions, you are well on your way creating the wedding of your dreams! I am so excited for you, love. Embrace this journey, as it only happens once in a lifetime!

Recently engaged? Allow me to help you plan the wedding of your dreams!! Click here to get started. As always, I want to leave you with a quote:

"He stole my heart and so I am planning revenge...I am going to take his last name." - Author Unknown

Forever Taeken Weddings Owner Chante

XOXO, Chante Gulley, Owner + Lead Planner

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