By April Littleton
According to UsMagazine.com, Kate Bosworth tied the knot with film director Michael Polish in Philipsburg, Montana Saturday, August 31. The newlyweds met on the set of the 2011 film, Big Sur. Polish proposed to Bosworth in August 2012 during a trip to South Korea after the pair went public at a Coldplay concert just one year earlier.
How do you decide on a location for your wedding?
The location of the wedding is probably one of the most important aspects you’ll have to carefully plan. You want your wedding to take place in a memorable environment, but there are a few key factors you should take into consideration. Cupid has some advice:
1. Budget:Â Look at your budget and see what you can and can’t afford. If you can’t afford your dream location just yet, think about some things you can go without or think about cutting your guest list down. You can also decide on a different place for your wedding if you’d rather keep everything else the same.
2. Theme:Â Consider what kind of style you’re going for before you book a wedding location. Does your ceremony and reception have more of a tropical theme? Hold your wedding outdoors by the beach. Have you always dreamed of having your own fairytale ending? Think about having your ceremony in a castle. Everything about your special day should go with the theme you’ve picked.
3. Compromise:Â What you want in a wedding might not be what your partner envisions. Take some of their ideas into consideration while you’re making plans. You want them to be happy with how the event turns out too. After all, you’re not the only one getting married.
How did you decide on your wedding location? Comment below.