Now that your date is set, you have booked the celebrant and declared your intent to marry with the HSE.
You have booked the venue said yes to the dress, the cake and the photographer and you may still be deliberating getting a videographer a candy cart or a photo booth you know there is more to do but you just cannot think of what those things are right now.
If invitations may yet have to be sent and you may still be finalising your guest list there comes a time in all of your planning where you start to think about how your wedding day itself and what needs to be considered, coordinated and completedto make your day the best day of your life.
Who is this course for?
If you are 3 to 6 months close to your wedding day you are now at the stage of your planning where all the ‘Big’ items are secured and your attention goes towards the day itself.
Or if you are asking lots of questions that start with “What if…” that end in the “the worst case scenario” of
- Being a complete emotional wreck
- Falling while walking down the aisle
- Forgetting your vows
- Who sits where and what side?
- Who walks in first Maid of Honour or Flower girls
- Which side of the aisle do I walk down?
- Where do I place my bouquet?
- What roles do my wedding party play on the day
May still be running around in your head with no clear answer coming forward for you and that is where “Tick Tock It’s Wedding O’Clock” comes to your rescue calm your nerves and clear the way for great wedding day planning.
Hi I am Sandra Losty, Solemniser of legally binding ceremonies with Spiritual Ceremonies since 2011 Having performed hundreds of ceremonies in that time I bring to you the best of the tips and resources to make your wedding day an enjoyable (yes you can enjoy it) day that stress free (Yes it is more than possible) and one you will remember for all the right reasons in this work shop. It has been described as a the magic formula to making a couples day special and the answer to (prayers) questions couples that did not know they had before they attended.
“Tick Tock It’s Wedding O’clock” your wedding rehearsal in a workshop and much more.
You will come away with
- Easy to implement tips to all those worst case scenario questions
- A planning resource for the day itself
- Clear knowledge about who does what and why they do it on your big day
- The wedding party etiquette
Most importantly you will leave having had a fun filled day that will make your wedding day planning as easy as possible.
- Do I need to bring anything with me?
Yes. Bring all your nerves, anxiety and concerns about your big day and find answers, solutions and ideas that are easy to implement.
- What about other people in my wedding party, can I bring them?
You can bring a maximum of 6 other people with you once they are booked in at the shopping cart stage.
- Why are the numbers of extra people capped?
It is important your questions, queries and concerns are addressed at this workshop as individually to you as a couple as possible.
- We are 12 months from our wedding date and like to plan things as early as possible, is it too early to attend?
If you know planning this far in advance works for you then you are more than welcome to come along and start your wedding day planning process at that stage.
- We are getting married in a church is this still relevant to us?
Yes it is. This work shop is about how you plan your wedding day and how you can personalise it your way. The ceremony is only one element of the workshop.
- We are a same sex couple is this workshop for us?
This workshop is about couples planning their wedding day. Everyone is welcome to come along and plan their special day and we will help all couples plan what reflects them as a couple on their wedding day.
- Do I have to say or do anything at the work shop?
You take part as much as is comfortable for you. No one will be asked to do something they do not want to do.
- I heard you ask for volunteers, can you say more about that please?
Sometimes couples who are abroad cannot attend the workshop and they ask family members to come along. I ask the group if they will volunteer to help these family members out so they can feed back the details to their relatives. Or sometimes couples just want to come themselves without their wedding party and I ask volunteers to help them out. Remember it is all voluntary and no one is not selected.
- What else will might we be asked to do?
If you got value from the workshop I would love it if you gave me a testimonial about one thing that you will implement on your wedding day as result of attending the workshop.
- How can I give you a testimonial?
There will be members of my team available to take your testimonial on camera or you can post a review on my face book page The Perfect Wedding Experience.
Why is there a 50% discount for this workshop?
In the past I coached couples in small groups and couples gave me feedback that they wished they had their wedding party there so that everyone knows what to do and when to do it. So with that in mind this is the first time the workshop has been opened up to wedding party members as an testing ground to see how well it will work.
And I am happy to offer you this 50% discount for helping me out while you get the fantastic information that will help you plan your wedding day to be a stress free and memorable day for all the right reasons.