Take your time when writing your wedding vows; this shows that you care about your significant other. Marriage requires sacrifices from both sides, keep this in mind as you make the strongest commitment of your life. Use your vows to publicly declare the love and dedication you feel for your beloved.

Be sure that any reception venue you select has enough space for you to dance. You want room for people to move freely as they dance. Move furniture if necessary to make room for exuberant dancing.

Try to plan your reception for the afternoon. Alcohol consumption will be less during a day reception, which could help to reduce costs. The costs of lunch are far more affordable than catered dinners. Therefore, you can afford to step up your menu or divert that part of your budget to another area, such as floral arrangements or wedding favors.

During your wedding planning, arrange for even numbers of guests at each table. Grouping your tables according to age is one way to seat people with others that they will have things in common with.