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Wedding Planning. When is a good time to start?

So we’re well into 2015, and if you are one of the lucky few who got engaged over the holidays, I bet you’re already knee deep in magazines and lists as long as your arm of all the wedding fairs you must attend.

Firstly, congratulations! I know it’s overwhelming, but hang in there, your wedding day is going to be amazing!

bride getting ready to enter ceremony room holding flowers

January is traditionally a month for planning and organising for the rest of the year and setting new goals. However, as much as your wedding needs to planned, unless you’re planning to be married by Easter, take a leaf out of the Cadbury’s bunny's book and take it easy. Give yourself some time to enjoy your exciting change in status.

Bride tossing bouquet on dance floor

So this post isn’t to tell you to pick me, but just to remind you that you have time. Don’t rush into any decisions until you’re ready to make them.

Newlyweds hugging in gardens after their wedding

When you have a moment, and are starting to look for your wedding photographer, don’t forget to come back and see some of the tips I will be putting together in the coming weeks.

However, if you're itching to start planning, you can read my series of posts on on what to consider when choosing a wedding photographer here.

Here are a few links to wedding blogs you may find helpful:

www.soyouregettingmarried.com
www.whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com
www.aliceinweddingland.co.uk

For some inspiration from the US
www.greenweddingshoes.com

One for your groom
http://www.chillisauce.co.uk/staggered/

If you've already started planning, how many months ahead of your wedding day did you start planning? Leave a comment below and share your experiences.

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