How do you plan a wedding?
Start with the basics- You can do any or all of these things below to start out but basically you need to decide what kind of wedding you want, how long you have to plan it and what kind of wedding you can afford. Start thinking about colors, where you might wanna get married. Are you really religious, do you want to get married outside, do you want a destination wedding, do you want a winter wedding, do you want a Parisian themed wedding?
get some wedding books or magazines
get a planner
go to a wedding planning website like theknot.com or weddingchannel.com.
1. Date (just start with time of year, worry about the actual date later)
2. Budget (who's contributing, remember that sometimes when people contribute they think they run the show)
3. Theme/Style (your wedding vision)
Decide how much you can reasonable spend, remember the beauty of a wedding is not measured in money spent.
Most halls, and churches book up a year or more in advance so choosing locations as soon as possible is always wise.
Get a list of possible guests together, the number will help you determine how large of a site you need.
If dealing with a tight budget, make a list of what is most important to you, examples would be,
great dress? Great Location? A million Flowers? So that your money can be budgeted in a way that gets you want is most important to you. Then you can save on the other items.
When choosing a date remember certain times of the year are cheaper, in season flowers are cheaper, and be sure to pick a date that does not interfere with others special occasions.
You should sit down with your father and his fiance to see whether they want a large traditional wedding; a wedding in a chapel or perhaps a garden wedding with the Minister there or, perhaps they may well want to get married by the Justice of the Peace. If your father wants the wedding then plan it according to the size of it and plan just like you would if you were getting married or…
No probably not, because being a wedding planner is chiefly a self employed job you would need to set up your own retirement plan with a bank, or with a retirement company and put regular money into it over your working life. If you work for a wedding planning company they might have their own retirement plan which you can contribute to.
If you do your homework you can plan an awsome wedding yourself. Use your resouces, like the wedding magazines checklist, internet (hundreds of ideas). You need organizing skills and be able to give orders in a firm polite way. You definitely need to be able to stay within your budget. A wedding planner can work with your budget and you will be a calmer bride. A big JOB!
For a wedding, you need not only the wedding dress, but wedding jewelry, wedding shoes, a bride and groom, wedding rings, witnesses, a place for the ceremony, invitations, food, napkins, plates, cutlery, decorations, wedding attendants, photographer, musicians, minister or justice of the peace (someone qualified to perform the ceremony), etc. For musicians, I found a great website where you can browse and book live wedding bands and singers for your wedding. Check it out here…
It would help if you would write your questions in actual English. When you don't we have to guess what you are trying to ask. I'm guessing that you were trying to ask, "What does the planned wedding between Paris and Juliet become?" "Plan wedding" doesn't mean anything unless it is a wedding between two blueprints. Anyway the answer to your question is that the wedding becomes Juliet's funeral.