The purpose of this page is to assist you in making sure that all your needs and expectations are met on your Wedding Day.

What is Important to YOU?

Have a conversation with your spouse-to-be and determine what are the most important factors or things that you both would like to see for your Wedding Day.


Now that you have determined what is important to both of you, prioritize with consideration to your overall budget. Perhaps look through the list below and see what you might want to include in your budget.

  • Location
  • Rings
  • Dress and Tux (or suit)
  • Food & Beverages
  • Entertainment
  • Officiate (if in church or not)
  • Invitations
  • Photographer
  • Videographer
  • Cake
  • Transportation (limo, bus, etc.)
  • Attendants’ gifts
  • Miscellaneous
  • Bridal Registry
  • Flowers
  • Accommodations for out-of-towners


If your families are offering financial assistance, try to find out at what dollar amount. This is not to be intrusive, but to help you determine how much money you will have to accomplish what is important to you. Also decide what you are willing to contribute yourselves. This will save you stress later on.


Even if it is a short one, or nearby, you both will need a break after a full year of planning.


You are entering into this together, make the most of it and enjoy the journey!