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The first thing you should define is the type of wedding: big or small. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. For example, a big wedding is the occasion to show off and it becomes a social event in which you are the protagonist. The bad thing is that, the bigger the wedding, the more it costs. A small wedding, on the other hand, is solved with a modest budget, but you will have to settle for just seeing family and closest friends.
The question may be awkward but it is basic and defining it will help you organize your wedding in order.
Tip: No matter how large or small your budget is, try to set a figure, so you know how much you count.
Think about how many guests you want to have and, from there, make a list.
Select location is one of the most important points. Define much of your wedding environment and its degree of formality.
Visit at least three locations before deciding.