April 16

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How To Assign Your Inspiring Dream Team Wedding Party

Dream Team Wedding Party. Never thought about it that way? This blog post is for a couple looking to assign their wedding party roles.

After reading this post you will know exactly why you’re choosing each person in your wedding party.

It’s hard choosing your wedding party! For instance, you have friends and family you have known for years. The challenge will be that it may take a little time to come up with your wedding party. This will not be a decision that you make in one day. You may have some reflection and even reminiscing but it will all be worth it!

Bride praying with bridesmaids. Remember to use Wedistry to assign your wedding party to their roles to make your events go smoothly. Dream team wedding party.

-the factors in choosing your wedding party

What’s a Dream Team Wedding Party?

It may sound a little strange but when you really think about it you want your wedding party to be a dream come true. You want them to be the ultimate supporters, cheerleaders, and best backers you can find. The wedding process can be long and difficult especially when the wedding date is planned over a year from engagement. You will want to have the most skilled, most encouraging friend and family you can possibly gather.

And so, you don’t want to choose your wedding party because of their abilities and what they will be able to do for you leading up to and during your wedding. You do however want them to be able to do tasks at the last minute, be available to support you, and have particular skills sets that will come in handy. Your dream team wedding party needs to be just that. They need to do things that you may not even think of until you need them.

When it comes to assigning your roles there are some things you should not worry about. You should not worry about trying to please everyone. This is your wedding day and although you would like to make everyone happy you will need to make decisions that may not please every person. You can however find a place for everyone that is appropriate and respectful.

-you’ve decided on your party. How to know you’ve made the right decision (because it’ not too late to change your mind)

Related: https://holidappy.com/party-planning/How-To-Write-Your-Wedding-Vows

What if you could find a place for everyone that means something to you in your wedding? 

Did you know the average wedding party size in 2020 was still 10 according to wedding wire? There is no set number. You can have as many as you like but here are a few things to think about.

-how many are in your total wedding party? You want it to be proportional

-what it will look like

-of course how many your spouse has

-what you will do on your Bridesmaids’ Day or Guy Time

The good news? Even though you may be limited in selecting bridesmaids and groomsmen, you can still get creative and find a place for everyone.

Because I got married a little later than my friends, I had lot’s of people that I wanted to include in my wedding party. But I had to really decide on the right people for my wedding party based on the following reasons. This was really hard work. I also wanted to make my wife happy by matching the number of people in her wedding party. Here are the factors that helped me make the decision. 

-when was the last time i talked with them?

-how long have i known them?

-how often do i speak with them?

Assign your wedding party with these key questions in mind. With a plan you will definitely be able to choose all of your wedding party and find a place for everyone who has an important place in your life.

Next, take some time to think first about your oldest friends and family. Go all the way back to think about who you have known the longest and work from there.

Aren’t you looking forward to having a dream team wedding party?


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