If you're one of the many couples who got engaged this past Valentine's Day weekend, you're in good company! Congratulations, you've just joined thousands of other couples who've decided to tie the knot. It's estimated that over 10% of the US population got engaged on Valentine's Day-and it's not surprising. Valentine's Day is considered the most romantic holiday of the year-making it the most popular day of the year to ‘pop the question.' With spring and summer just right around the corner, eager brides to be are entering into the 2010 wedding planning season with one goal on their mind-to make their special day, simply spectacular.
Even for the most excited bride to be there's just so much to plan, and for many of the newly engaged the checklist of things to do before the wedding can be daunting. Even the search for their perfect wedding dress-something they've probably dreamed of their entire lives-becomes stressful as they suddenly find themselves surrounded by hundreds of white wedding dresses-in every style imaginable and from every available designer ranging from Simone Carvalli to Vera Wang. Without assistance it can all be a little bit overwhelming. But as any new bride will tell you-the excitement and joy of planning your wedding surpasses the stress, and the task of choosing the perfect dress-just like choosing your wedding date, is just the beginning.
The month of February starts the wedding planning flurry with numerous wedding expos and bridal fairs taking place all over the metro Denver area. For future brides who might be overwhelmed and not sure where exactly to start in the wedding planning process these bridal fairs are the perfect places to gather information and to learn about the latest wedding trends. Many brides to be will thrive at these informative events, while others may prefer to start their planning in the comfort of their own home while relaxing with a cup of coffee-searching for the perfect style of dress, finding local photographers, choosing a florist, and researching romantic reception or honeymoon locations all online. It can be beneficial to you to start your planning this way, and here's a short list of some helpful wedding planning websites to help you get started:
Congratulations to all of you ladies who are newly engaged. You've dreamed of this day for a long time, and with careful planning, and the help of a wedding planning website-you really can create the wedding of your dreams.