7 Often asked Queries About Caroline and Brandon’s Wedding
Caroline and Brandon’s wedding means a lot of queries, like in the case of other weddings. Caroline’s wedding is special, and guests want to know more about it. It is not easy to answer queries.
A wedding means too many questions are asked by guests, and conscious effort has to be made to answer them well. It is indeed the most time-consuming wedding planning task that cannot be avoided. After all, it is a major event in one’s life.
Several wedding questions are received via text, email, phone, and even Instagram DM, and well as in person. It is much required to answer them to keep the gests pleased and well informed. The best and easiest approach to answering all of the family and friends queries is to include an FAQ section on one’s wedding website, thus featuring a list of questions that are heard often.
1. When’s the wedding day?
The moment the engagement is announced, it is good to plan out the questions. If you are not prepared to answer them, then simply put across the saying that they, as a couple, are enjoying the engagement right now, and when the situation demands for announcements they will do so.
2. Am I invited to the wedding?
It is not all that easy and that too the timing of it as to say, “Certainly, you are invited.?” Of course!” and move on. In case the answer is no then better to say, “We’re keeping our wedding guest list small because of budget/venue size/Coronavirus restrictions. We wish we could perhaps have invited all of the loved ones!”
3. Who is in the wedding party?
This is an awkward question and not all that easy to answer. People do enquire as to who will be among your bridesmaids, groomsmen, brides-men, grooms-ladies, and so forth. The reply can be that, as a wedding couple, they have decided to have a small bridal party, so the wedding budget is rather tight to accommodate too many people.
4. What is the budget?
This is a query often raised behind one’s back as guests want to know what entertainment they are in for and how large the guest list is. How much a person is spending on their wedding is no one’s business. If someone indeed has the audacity to ask about one’s wedding budget or anything pricing-related, it is better to answer back by saying that it is rather uncomfortable to talk about the budget.”
5. Which wedding venues are you considering?
Yes, people will actually ask these types of inside-baseball questions, possibly because they want to comment on your wedding ideas and vendor selections. You can, of course, answer this question honestly, but just be prepared for one’s or family member’s “helpful feedback”. If preference is given to not sharing every little detail about the planning process, it is better to say that the search is on for modern, rustic, ballroom, or country club wedding venues in one’s area.
6. Why did you decide to host the wedding there or hire that wedding vendor?
For rather odd reasons, there are people who simply prefer to poke holes in one’s wedding plans. There is no need to be answerable, as it is simply better to admit that one’s selection of vendors is fine and the chosen venue is perfect for one’s taste.
7. What is the color palette?
If and when planning a wedding, a person will indeed find that few people prefer to know all the details of the event prior to its occurrence. There is no fun in such know-how, as weddings need to be a surprise.
It is only natural that wedding time means facing a barrage of questions about the event. Much time, effort, and, of course, tact are required to rally around these questions from curious “expected guests.”