Planning your wedding should be fun and exciting, not dreaded and put off. So whilst you’re stuck at home during lockdown, use this as an opportunity to get on top of everything and tick some wedmin tasks off your to-do list.
That’s a lot of hours to fill, so get organised and let the lockdown wedding planning commence. We’ve put together some wedding prep and planning tips to get you started.
We’ve seen this idea pop up quite a bit in the past few months. It’s a great, refreshing idea to keep both yourselves and your guests informed and ready for your big day.
And that ideas is, create a wedding website or private Facebook group dedicated to your wedding to keep your guests in the loop.
Update your family and friends on your planning, ask for their opinions, show them your mood boards or go the extra mile and start a little blog about your journey for those who you haven’t been able to see for a while.
Ok, this next tip isn’t your typical wedding task, but who said lockdown wedding planning had to be a chore!
We’re all waiting to party again right? And a wedding is essentially a huge party with all of your friends and loved ones? And you know only you know what will get people up and dancing. Do you see where we’re going with this?
You got it! Use this time to put together a first-class playlist, full of all your favourite songs. From the opening ceremony to your first dance all the way through to the reception, pour yourself a glass of wine and take a trip down memory lane.
Feeling inspired? Go all out and impress your guests with one of our DJ booths. Here at Juno hire, we have a selection of distinctive styles to match any decor.
You may have not been able to see your guests of honour for some time now, so in true lockdown fashion, get a zoom sorted and get planning together. Ask for your maids or honour and groomsmen for their take on your ideas and plans; show them your Pinterest boards (take a peek at ours for some furniture hire inspiration) and get some feedback; they may even bring some new ideas to the table.
You could even grab a glass of bubbles and make more of an event out of it, it is your wedding after all!
Get your creative hat on and make some of those ideas on your mood boards come to life. From big picture stuff like the colour scheme, the theme and the venue, down to the little details such as DIY invites, hand-made table seating names, table decorations, DIY doughnut wall (may as well). Whatever it is you have in mind, use this time to bring it to life.
We understand that planning the small details of a wedding can actually be a pretty big task, but we’ve got you sorted on the furniture front. Take a look at our bespoke selection of sleek tables and colourful velvet chairs to help make a start on deciding your wedding vibe and colour scheme.
See this task as an opportunity to slow down from the chaos of lockdown wedding planning tasks and take a moment to reflect.
Who said it should only be the groom who makes a wedding speech? Why not bend the rules a little and both right one; with this added time on your hands, it would make a lovely moment for your big day.
Just a reminder – your big day will be special, even if you do have to wait. With these tips prepped and planned, you can rest assured it will be planned down to the T, so when it comes to the day you have nothing to worry about and can let your hair down and enjoy it, enjoy the company and enjoy that amazing playlist you spent hours perfecting.
Posted on 2nd February 2021