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SheQueita wants to know...

Hello Newly Engaged!!!

I asked some Brides-to-Be that if they had any wedding related questions to send them to me. Below are the questions SheQueita had. Hopefully, they will answer some questions that have been on your mind. If not, give me a call!


SheQueita: "We both have huge families!! Who do we invite and who do we leave out? We don't want to hurt anyone's feelings."

KTW: Great question SheQueita!!! First, start with both of your master lists...everyone that you think you should invite, want to invite, and will definitely invite. Second, assign each name to either category A or B. "A" are must-invites (family, BFFs, etc). "B" is everyone who is not an "A". Third, take a close look at category "B" guests. When was the last time you spoke to them? How close are you? If they did not attend your wedding would it upset your day? Asking yourself these questions will help you trim your guest list.

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SheQueita: "What is a reasonable amount to spend over budget?"


KTW: 10% is a reasonable amount to over spend in an area. When budgeting, don't forget about the additional fees: taxes, shipping, delivery, set up/tear down, and tips. Remember, when you over spend in one area it deducts funds from another area. 




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