What to Do After You Get Engaged
The moment you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. Your partner got down on one knee, asked “the” question with a sparkly ring in hand and you said yes! So what do you do right after you get engaged?
One of the first things you probably did after your special moment was call your parents to tell them the exciting news. Maybe you even took a few photos of your new accessory to share with those close to you. After all of the excitement settles, there are so many thoughts and feelings running through your head it can be a bit overwhelming. Over the years working as wedding DJs, we’ve worked with over 1,500 newly engaged couples. Through our experience, we’ve gathered a few tips for some of the first things you should do after you get engaged.
- Spread the word.
If you haven’t already done so, make sure to call your closest family and friends to let them know that you’re engaged. If they find out through social media or another source before you personally tell them, they may be a little upset.
- Get ring insurance.
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- Set a wedding budget
This is not a fun one, but is a necessity. Before you can start any wedding planning, you need to first set your budget. Sit down with any family members that will be contributing to your wedding, as well as your fiancé, to decide what everyone can contribute to your wedding. Plus, this is the first question that a wedding planner or vendor will ask you.
- Estimate a guest list.
You don’t have to set in stone who you will and won’t be inviting to your wedding, but you need to have an idea of how many guests you will invite to your big day. This is another question that your wedding planner and vendors will be asking you, so you need to have an estimate in mind.
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- Decide on a location.
Your family may be from Texas and your fiance’s family may live down the street. Deciding on a town or city where you will have your wedding is one of the first steps in planning your wedding. From there, you can start to narrow down wedding venue locations.
- Set a time.
Many factors will play a role in when you can have your wedding. Maybe you are in school and need to get married during a school break. Or your fiancé may be an avid football fan and absolutely won’t get married on a game weekend or when the next p4rgaming boosts releases. Try to narrow down your wedding date to a month or season. That will give you some flexibility in finding a wedding venue that is available for your wedding date.
- Start doing research.
In today’s world of Pinterest, wedding bogs and bridal shows, it can be overwhelming to decide on a style for your wedding with so many choices out there. Start collecting photos and ideas of what you would like your wedding to look like. It’s best to have an idea in mind of what you want before you start finding your wedding vendors.
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- Try to relax.
With all of the aspects that go into planning a wedding, it can be stressful. Try to stay calm and relax throughout the process as much as possible!
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