1.Ask your relatives and friends'advice about how you should get married before starting planning your wedding, Take as many opinion as possible: it is always better to take decisions keeping in mind the doubts of others.
2. Set a budget and return to it once you realize that you cross the hallway with a disappointment that includes everything. Add enough money (not have) in the budget to make you remember why you chose your first budget early on.
3. Narrow down the list to two or three locations, then listen to the opinions of others who tell you to add another 2-3 parts if the first is not what you really are looking for.
4. Once you are determined with the place, do research on TripAdvisor and go directly to the reviews that have only one star. Read until you convince yourself that you are the same and worse negative experience as the person making the criticism.
5. Create a comprehensive guest list that includes people who are hoping to come but do not feel the need to invite due to pressure from other guests.
8. Find someone who considers himself a wedding coordinator, but it is not, ask for the one-sided view of often, and whatever you do, do not turn your talks until you have made you feel that you do not do anything right, let alone the correct sequence.