When it comes to the weddings, people are either really enthusiastic or completely indifferent. There might be few who fall in the middle category with the right amount of both, but all in all, either you really care for it or you don’t. In case you fall in the first category, you’ll want everything to go as smoothly and perfectly as possible.

There are so many tales of how one little misjudgment ended up causing complete chaos at a wedding. It would be nothing short of a nightmare to have something of that ilk repeat itself in your wedding. There are a lot of things that people do to ensure that their special day goes as perfectly as possible. The idea of dream destination wedding seems attractive, going old-school with a church wedding or having an experienced wedding planner take care of everything for you are all viable options.

In any case, there’s always something more that you can do to ensure nothing goes awry on your big. So here are some tips on how to do just that:

The Location & Venue

The location and the venue where you and you’re significant other will be tying the knot is perhaps the most important aspect of the entire wedding. It is understandable that you’ll want to wrap up deciding which one you want to get married in as soon as possible. But there are multiple factors that you should take into account before settling on any one venue. Things like the on-site kitchen, a dance floor, tables, chairs as well as other facilities are important for any wedding.

You’ll be paying a lot of money for the wedding venue, so make sure you do your homework on the venue you’re about to select before opting for it.

The Cake

Wedding days are special because they’re unlike any other day in your or your partner’s life. There are many things in your wedding that the guests will remember, but none so as much as the cake. Call it an unspoken rule but the highlight of any wedding apart from the groom and the bride is undoubtedly the cake. Everyone wants to see the newly-wed couple cut it. It’s a tradition that defies any reasonable explanation but it is without a doubt an important part of the wedding. So make sure that the cake you have at your wedding is worthy enough of being remembered.

The Bar

If we’re being honest, you knew this was coming. Yes, weddings are supposed to be a place and occasion of joy, but the definition of joy and happiness might be different in the minds of your guests than yours. You do not want all the guests that have arrived at your wedding to be told that the drinks are gone, or that it’s a cash bar. This becomes even more important if it’s a destination wedding. Guests that have traveled, and paid for the accommodations do not want to be told that they’ll have to pay to get one drink.

If you can’t afford a bar, simply don’t set up one rather than making it a cash bar. 


  • Aariya Rafi

    Founder & CEO

    Rank Fame

    Aariya Rafi is a Serial Entrepreneur, Author, Passionate Digital Marketer And The Founder & CEO at Rank Fame a Digital Marketing Agency. He Works With Six-Figure Companies to Help Them Scale Their Businesses and Become Industry Leaders. Also, He helps Entrepreneur to Get Instant Credibility And Authority To Sell High Ticket Offer. His Work Has Been Featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, Entrepreneur, HackerNoon, Buzzfeed, Tech.co and Other Top Tier Publications as a Thought Leader in Creating a Digital Footprint by Using Different Marketing Techniques.