It’s football season! I love my Patriots. In the off season, my Sundays are filled with amazing weddings or meeting with great couples to prepare. Luckily, football and fall wedding season only have a slight overlap. This means that on Sunday, you will find me on the couch, remote in hand and ready for action.
If your not into football, here are 10 things you can do to plan a wedding while your fiancé is lost in the game.
9. Start your own wedding website. This is an amazing planning and communication tool for your wedding. It’s a central location for everything about your day. You can manage guest list, seating, gift registries, photos and more. You can also share and communicate with guests too. It’s easy to do, check it out:
7. Call and schedule an appointment with us to discuss your wedding. I’m watching the game, but I will hit pause and answer anyway. My brides always come first 🙂
5. Check out some of the great articles on our blog. We’re here with advice and guidance.
4. Read Peter Merry’s book: ”The Best Wedding reception Ever”. This book is full of wonderful ideas and guidance for putting personal touches on your day. It should be required reading for every bride planning her wedding. (no really, you will thank me for it.)
3. To get your fiancé involved, have a “Football Themed” wedding! We can help you create a huge (stadium style) grand entrance. How about placing the garter around a football and have the guys run a scrimmage? Be creative.
2. Write down 5 things that mater to you the most on your day. Put them in order, number 1 being the highest priority. Print these out and hand them to your DJ, coordinator, photographer and to those helping you plan (ie: mom, maid of honor). This will help them to focus on the things that really mater to you.
1. And the number 1 thing to do while your fiancé is watching the game… snuggle up beside him and watch the game. (who says romance is dead) GO PATRIOTS!!!
Football aside, I hope you find some great ideas and inspiration in this article and elsewhere on our website. I want to offer you way more than you expect from a DJ. I hope you to have the perfect wedding celebration. Feel free to call and let me know how I can help.
Written by: Jim Aldridge
Jim is the Owner of RomanticEntertainment.com. Unique, Personalized Weddings Since 1992, Serving Connecticut and Western Mass. 860.966.5620
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