Just got engaged? Don't know where to start for wedding planning? You can get some info here.Your wedding will be the most important in your life, and in the future you want to remember your happy day in your dream wedding dress.In order to avoid any undue stress on the big day, the very first thing you need to do is to set your budget. Traditionally, the brides'family will pay for the wedding, for the recent years, it becomes quite common for both sides of family to pitch in. Discuss your financial situations with your fiance and your parents and your fiance's parents, knowing what each person will contribute allows you to move forward with all the other aspects of wedding planning.In that case,you will know the expense distribution on the wedding dress, bridesmaid dresses and so on.You also need to create a tentative guest list. The amount of invites should be split up between each person family who is helping to pay for the wedding, obviously, a higher budget means that you can invite more person, but be careful there! Don't forget that every guest will need a few moments of your time, so if you don't feel like spending a long time on chatting, then cut back on your guest count. At this point, you need to decide on style and formality of your wedding, the formality of the wedding is decided by the bride's and the groom's personal style, your budget and the expectations of your family members.After setting your budget,you need to choose a style and theme that reflect both the bride and groom.Be sure to set your priorities, start with vendors, dates and locations, hire the most important vendors and allocate more of your budget for their services. Next, consider what days and seasons you want to be married in. Do you absolutely have to be married in the fall? If so, this helps to determine what venues are appropriate and what kinds of flowers are available, as well as theme and colors. This brings us to location, how important is your location to you? This can actually determine the formality and style, and the theme of your wedding, so be sure to give it a careful consideration. It may seem overwhelming at first but take your time to properly plan your wedding, you'll make all the difference, as you prepare to say:" I do!"