Planning Your Dream Wedding: Doing It Together

They say that your wedding is the start of a brand new life for you and your husband-to-be. The celebrations, the special occasions, the social events-- those are all just the beginning. For even as you put together everything you need for your dream wedding, you will be learning a lot more about each other, from the most trivial quirks, to the most important details.

Photo from Jem and Ellaine's wedding at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary. Photos courtesy of Eventist Manila.
Photo from Jem and Ellaine's wedding at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary. Photos by Oak St. Studios. 

How you each prioritize, or manage finances, or solve problems are some of the very useful things to know during your wedding planning stage, sure. But even more mundane stuff from preferences in food, music, or decor, and even how you entertain guests, or interact with each others' family and friends also come into play.

Your wedding gets you more involved than most celebrations making it a great foundation to get to know each other even more.

DIT: Everything is Better When You're Doing It Together

When planning your wedding, you have to work together to decide what really matters to you as a couple. Years from now, when you look back, you will always remember those days when you both went to the gym and made the effort to lose weight, your trips out of town to look for that elusive one-of-a-kind wedding venue, attending the all-too-important food tasting appointments, and even going to fitting sessions with members of your entourage, just to name a few.

Photo from Jem and Ellaine's wedding at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary. Photos courtesy of Eventist Manila.

Photo from Jem and Ellaine's wedding at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary. Photos courtesy of Eventist Manila.

DIY wedding projects are a lot more meaningful when you DIT, or Do It Together. Think of the DIT Movement as our way of encouraging couples to be as invested as possible, as early as the wedding planning process. We believe that, as a couple about to get married, each of you should be just as involved in the entire process: from deciding on a date and venue, to figuring out a theme or motif for your big day, up to choosing your wedding vendors, managing your guest list, all the way down to deciding what favors or souvenirs to give away, or writing down toasts to recognize people for their contributions to what might be the most important day of your life-- the entire experience only serves to strengthen your relationship as a couple.

Photo from Jem and Ellaine's wedding at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary. Photos courtesy of Eventist Manila.

Both of you not just feel included, valued, and heard when you DIT, you also create a lot of new memories together throughout the entire process. As your own wedding planning journey is made more meaningful, we also hope that you also have fun and learn a lot of things about each other along the way.

(Photo from Jem and Ellaine's wedding at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary by Oak St. Studios. Jem and Ellaine's wedding planners and coordinators are our friends over at Eventist Manila.  

Eventist Manila is one of our featured exhibitors at the Before I Do Wedding and Debut Fair on November 24 and 25, at the SM Megamall Megatrade Hall 3.)

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If you need more help putting things together for your dream Tagaytay wedding, come on over to the Before I Do Wedding and Debut Fair, happening on the weekend of November 24 and 25, 2018, at the SM Megamall Megatrade Hall 3.

The longest-running intimate bridal event of its kind, the Before I Do Wedding and Debut Fair helps make planning your special day easier and a lot more convenient, as our featured vendors and venues are all happy to help you out with special packages and other promos just for the weekend.

More about The Before I Do Bridal Fair Series here.

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Renzie is a Destination Wedding Consultant with 20 years of event management and marketing experience. A former FM radio executive, Renzie calls Metro Tagaytay home, networking with local wedding suppliers and running a number of small businesses. In his spare time, Renzie reads about organic farming, the works of Robert Greene, as well as content marketing, web development, and DC graphic novels.

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