DIY items do add a personal touch to your wedding, and can save you some money. However, there are some things that you are better off just not doing yourself.
Flowers: I’m sure that someone in your family is really great at making centerpieces and décor. But when it comes to making flowers for your wedding, it’s best to go with a professional. Need help finding a good florist? Here are My Wedding Group’s top florists:
Hair & Makeup: Your wedding day is not the day to figure out if you or your sister know how to attach fake lashes or do a waterfall braid with loose curls, so leave all of that to the pros. Not to mention a pro will know exactly how to make you look your best for photos. Here is who we recommend:
The Cake: While you or someone close to you might enjoy baking, there's much more to creating a wedding cake than cracking a few eggs and placing the little bride and groom at the top. Instead, check out these two, they make the most amazing cakes!
Photography: Your photos are such a huge part of your wedding. That’s the thing that everyone is going to want you to post on social media and that you’ll show your kids one day. You want to hire a professional, trust me. These are the best photographers, so I assure you you’ll be proud of your photos:
Music: It's one thing to have a late night iPod playlist for after the band or DJ leaves, but no ipod can replace a DJ reading the crowd and playing music based on what your guests are responding to and to interact with them. So take our advice and book one of these guys to be your DJ: