By April Littleton
Looks like Kim Kardashian might be planning another huge wedding extravaganza. “We have a pretty big family,” Kris Jenner told People. “I don’t think it will be two people in a chapel, if you know what I mean!” The couple, who got engaged at a San Francisco stadium in October, haven’t set a wedding date yet. They currently live with Jenner, along with their daughter, North West.
What are some ways to decide how big your wedding should be?
Big or small? Simple or extravagant? The overall style of your wedding is ultimately up to you and your partner, but there are some things you should keep in mind before you make your special day a free-for-all to all of your family and friends. Cupid has some tips:
1. Budget: How big your wedding is should be based on how much you’re willing to spend. If you plan on going all out, then the obvious choice would be to invite as many people as you want. However, if you’re on a tight budget, a small ceremony and reception might be the only thing you can afford after you add up the rest of the wedding expenses.
2. Family and friends: Think about how many loved ones you and your partner have altogether. Whether it be because of personal or money issues, not everyone will be able to attend your wedding. Make sure you and your honey create a priority invite list for people who are close to you and immediate family. Fill up the guest list as needed, but you don’t need to invite acquaintances or co-workers you barely speak to.
3. Privacy: You won’t get to enjoy the benefits of an intimate, private wedding if you invite many people. If that’s not something you’re concerned about, then make sure everyone knows about your special day.
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