A few mistakes that you can avoid with the use of technology and planning a wedding. Although it’s a boon in using technology stay of have from tech related mistakes in wedding planning.
Going overboard with Pinterest while planning
Pinterest is a great platform for brides and you can easily get carried away with so much of creativity and beauty. Remember that not all what you see in pictures can be easily replicated could suit your theme idea. Pinterest works better as a reference point in collecting ideas that you could share with your vendors.
Leaving your wedding dress photo on the phone
You will want your fiance to stumble upon the dress that you have picked before the wedding and ruin the big surprise. Get your best friend to shoot the photo on her phone instead of yours to refer any point of time.
Assuming that are friends phone could account for a photographer
For such an important day of your life it is best that your friends and family shoot photos as backup photographers to a hired professional. While planning the budgets ensure that you allocate well for a wedding photographer and not rely on apps friends to do the job. You do not want to stand a chance of fuzzy photographs or over exposed ones, well in the professionals to do the job for you.
Buying your dress online
There are plenty of discounts and offers it easy online, and it is very tempting to make a purchase at prices that sound too good to be true. It is best to actually visit the store and try on the fits and cuts that suits your body type rather than only focus on the price of it. The dress gathers a lot of attention and will be captured in photographs as well and you wouldn’t want to be wearing one that does not highlight your best features.
Posting out digital invites
Digital invites take away the charm of the traditional wedding invite that one would receive in their postbox. Having an invite reach your home has been always associated with weddings, and although technology has advanced this is one part that says best the traditional way.
Venting about wedding stresses on social platforms
In the spur of the moment you may take to social media to blow off some steam, but consider that your complaints might be a butt of jokes and may go viral in the public space. It is best that you meet with your close friends in communicate with them rather than regretting sharing your problems with the whole world.