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The Truths About Wedding Anxiety (yes, they exist!)

Wedding preparations can be fun and exciting until we get to the hardest parts. With a lot of pressure and expectations to manage, deadlines to beat, and payments to be made, wedding anxieties can be just around the corner. Worry no more because there are ways in which such anxieties can be managed. Read below:

1. A little anxiety is healthy.
According to the president and CEO of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America Jerilyn Ross, a little anxiety is perfectly normal and healthy. Good anxiety before your wedding day may cause you to become more driven to focus on what needs to be done, to take some action, and bring about results for a specific time. You may turn this worry or fear to take in concrete actions in prepping up for the wedding.


2. Everything seems to be ‘that important’.
It’s kind of funny how even the smallest and simplest of things tend to be magnified once couples decide to get married. This is because a simple glitch or disagreement all add up to the new fear of “what ifs” in the future. For instance, your car tends to lose its tires 8 months before the big day. Although for most people, this is no biggie stuff; but for you who is about to tie the knot 8 months from now, you tend to worry about having your tires loosen up on the day of your wedding. Funny as it sounds, but this dilemma really does happen for soon-to-be-weds.

Tip: Why You Should Hire a Wedding Planner


3. Make a list.
A golden rule when preparing for your wedding is to make a timeline or roadmap for the wedding preparation. Wedding planners have their systematic way of drafting a timeline that would suit your hectic schedule. Most wedding planners organize the tasks into bite-sized pieces that would fit into a month, week, and day. This is another reason why it is always best to invest in a reliable wedding planner because their organizational skills make them capable of managing schedules, appointments, and making it to the deadlines.


4. Focus on what’s on the table.
This may sound very contradicting, but the key to fighting off the urge to worry and overthink is to focus only on today’s errands. It really helps if you put all your efforts and brainwork only into what is currently on the table and not so much into the future tasks. In this way, turning your tasks into bite-sized pieces will spare you from being anxious and overwhelmed.

Related: How Brides Can Cope: Weddings in the Time of a Pandemic


5. Your wedding is not a one-man team.
Your wedding is DEFINITELY an outcome of team effort and coordination. You have helping hands around you that can do some of the tasks and errands. Your wedding planner handles the scheduling, negotiation, and coordination among different vendors and suppliers for you. Investing in a reliable events planner is vouching for a team itself already because they already established networks across different sellers who offer different specialties and niches.

The key takeaway here is that you are never alone in your wedding preparation journey. There will be helping hands and a team to guide you for every step of the preparation.

At Mimi Ebichi Events, we not only offer complete wedding packages, but we also cater to a larger niche by specializing our craft in multicultural weddings. For more unique wedding ideas, shoot us an email at Hello@mimiebichievent.com or visit our blog.

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8 Wedding Horrors and How to Avoid (or Deal with) Them!

Whether you like it or not, wedding mistakes are very common in the industry. Albeit there are things beyond your control throughout your wedding journey, there are loopholes that you can avoid upfront. Much to your surprise, even the most organized couples make mistakes during the wedding planning journey. Today, we will talk about how such mistakes can be avoidable, or how to deal with them anyway.

1. Going beyond your budget
You can (and chances are, you will) be guilty of this! Imagination is the limit when planning out a wedding. However, the downside of this is the tendency to go over the initial budget by booking too many vendors and suppliers, and later on realizing the overwhelming costs accumulated. The right way to plan a wedding is to set a strict budget before even planning. This budget will be the grounding rule for every decision that you have to make.

Tip: Why You Need to Hire a Wedding Planner

2. Letting other people decide for you
We guess we won’t have to explain this much to you. Although it is nice to hear suggestions from your closest ties, the final call still rests upon you as a couple. The soon-to-be-weds gets to call the shots for which kind of wedding party, theme, or ceremony they will be having. The danger of letting other people decide for you is the possibility of unnecessary blaming when things do not go the way as planned.

3. Centralizing your fashion budget solely on The Dress
Say you have set $1,500 for the wedding outfit. This $1,500 will be dispersed in the veil, accessories, hair and makeup, dress alterations, and sometimes even mannequin rental. Not to mention the tax and handling fee on top of the dress and suit too. The point is, although it is very tempting, do not put all the fashion budget solely for purchasing The Dress as there are many other factors to weigh in too.

4. Sending out invitations too soon
We understand that you are very excited to tell everyone the good news, but do not send out the save-the-date cards yet until you have finalized your guest list. Moreover, invitations are sent out eight to ten months prior to the big day, and only to those people whom you are positive will be invited and will actually attend.

5. Late bookings
Booking late for hotel accommodations is the number one common mistake of couples. Do not leave the task of securing room accommodations for out-of-town guests to the last minute of your wedding. If you plan to marry during the busiest seasons of the year, it is a must to book in advance (a year in advance is the safest move). The 8th-month mark of your wedding planning signifies that you should now have finalized the hotel arrangements for your guests and include the important details in their invitation cards.

Tip: What to Consider When Booking a Wedding Venue

6. Not hiring a professional wedding videographer
Some couples overlook hiring a wedding videographer simply because they are yet to realize the significant roles of videographers during their wedding day. Although it is tempting to believe that all your guests will more likely bring a camera with them and capture every important detail of the celebration matched with your Instagram hashtags, it could never compensate for the service of a professional wedding videographer. From our previous post about the importance of investing in a wedding videographer, we mentioned that your videographer is well equipped with coordination of motion to best capture the day without you having to exert much effort anymore.

7. Not asking enough questions
And this could also apply to those couples who ask the wrong questions too! One of the skills of a professional wedding and event planner is the mastery of negotiation and communication with various vendors and suppliers. Hiring a wedding planner will help you ask the right questions when dealing with vendors and suppliers. This includes (but not limited to) availing their bundle package, seasonal sale, service discounts, and sometimes even modifying some of their package inclusions.

8. Too many people on the guest list
Another classic horror story for soon-to-be-weds is inviting too many people on their wedding day. Always keep in mind that your guest list, as well as your venue’s maximum capacity, should always match up, with respect to your budget. Of course, we cannot invite 500 people if we assume a maximum capacity of only 200. As much as you would want all of your friends and families to witness your big day, there are factors (budget, venue, accommodations) that we have to consider. Read about making a checklist when drafting out your wedding guest list here.

Making mistakes throughout the course of your wedding preparations is perfectly inevitable and normal. While some may easily pass off as no biggie, there are things that are best managed with the help of a professional wedding planner instead.

Mimi Ebichi Events is committed to giving you quality service and assistance from the onset of your wedding preparations up to the moment of your send-off. With Mimi Ebichi, we value our customer’s satisfaction by giving them more than what they pay for – creativity, reliability, and efficiency in service.

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How Much is Too Much in Making a Guest List?

The preparation for your big day is no big joke. In reality, it can be any couple’s greatest nightmare if not managed properly. While most preparations seem pretty easy and exciting, drafting a wedding list is an exception. This task can sometimes induce stress and overwhelming pressure to both families involved. And while it is so tempting to invite jampacked people on your wedding day, here are the reasons that tell you to think otherwise!


1. Budget
The budget allotted for your wedding pretty much determine the whole figure of your guest list. Obviously, inviting lots of people entails additional costs in the food, venue, and other vendors alike. So before you dive into making a guest list, finalize a working budget that was agreed upon by you and your beau.

Related: 10 Ways to Manage Your Wedding Guest List


2. Venue
The size of the venue also determines the carrying capacity for your guests. The venue’s ventilation, lighting, parking capacity, table, and chair provision are the key factors that should help you decide on the number of guests that you want. As much as possible, we try to avoid saturating the venue with too many guests that will only lead to everyone’s discomfort and dissatisfaction.

Related: The Difference Between A Wedding Planner and A Wedding Coordinator


3. Guests’ residence
The two factors mentioned are the basics and rules of thumb for every wedding preparation. But your guests’ residence is also a thing to consider when inviting them. If your guests live from miles away, it is best to consider their living conditions (and practically, their financial capacity) to make it to your wedding day. On the other hand, if you have guests who live in nearby cities, assume a roughly 80% chance they will show up on your big day.


4. Manpower
Now, this is also very crucial. If you plan to invite 100+ guests, make sure that there are enough hands to accommodate them accordingly. We do not want the guest number and limited manpower to coordinate the whole event right? So again, it all boils down to the set budget of the couple. A bigger budget means more room for people, and more people to help you organize and coordinate your guests.


5. Two lists
Another rule of thumb in the wedding industry is making 2 lists for your guests. List A includes the people who are ‘non-negotiable’ guests. These are the guests that will be invited regardless of the circumstances. Usually, your A-list is your immediate family and closest friends. Meanwhile, List B falls under people who can be invited, ONLY under the condition that there are still enough resources to spare off. Practically, these are the people whom you may have lost contact with over the past years or relatives you barely know. Typically, couples send out invitations much earlier for List A and much later for the List B.


6. Set boundaries
And STRICTLY adhere to them. After considering all the factors above (especially your budget), you should have set boundaries by now, and actually follow them. While it is so tempting to add a ‘little bit more’ to the list, keep in mind that you have boundaries for a reason. It is important to assume that each of your guests will possibly bring a plus-one at your wedding. Therefore, the temptation to dive into adding ‘extra’ guests beyond your list will cost you beyond your means. In the long run, this will cause you so much distress.

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At Mimi Ebichi Events, we specialize in full service (white glove) wedding planning and also offer wedding management services for the couple that has no time to do it all. We pride in building and maintaining meaningful working relationships with venues and vendors so our mutual clients enjoy a seamless event. 

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10 Things Wedding Vendors Wish You Knew

Behind every great wedding is a team of competent and reliable wedding vendors. Choosing the right pool of wedding vendors for your big day is an essential decision that could make or break your celebration. After all, they are the ones responsible for executing your dream wedding as smoothly as possible. We all know that wedding planning is not a walk in a park. It is, perhaps, a strange journey in the jungle out there. However overwhelming the preparations could be, having a set of ideas and questions to keep in mind before meeting up with a wedding vendor does the job.

Below are some of the things to think about ahead of time before your meeting. Believe us, your wedding vendors will thank you for this.

1. Make a shortlist of your preferred vendors first.

Before you even entrust your wedding to a vendor, you should take the time to meet a few set of vendors first. Of course, you do not want to work with people you are not comfortable with. A general rule of thumb is the least number of weddings that a vendor could cater to, the higher the priority. But keep in mind that this is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’. Everything depends on how important the vendor’s service is to you. Say, for instance, if you have been aspiring to wear a certain designer bridal gown or a particular band to play at your ceremony, then you would be willing to line up among their list of scheduled priorities/events.

2. Familiarize and specify your ideas.

Prior to your meeting engagements with the vendor, you must have a clear picture of what your wedding would be like. In this way, it will be much easier for you to scout for a vendor who caters to the same idea, taste, style, and experience that will suit your needs.

3. Adhere to the plan, always.

As much as you dread making last-minute changes and cram your big day, wedding vendors are no exception at all. Although you pay for their services, you do not want to be impractical and inconsiderate to your vendors by changing your theme every week closer to your wedding; especially if your vendors are already done with the previous preparations.

Related: Top 10 Biggest & Most Common Mistakes That Brides Make

4. Respect and follow the working hours.

Your wedding vendors are also employees like most of us. And just like any other, they have a life of their own outside the business. Although it is very understandable to panic as your big day gets closer, there are working and reasonable hours to follow. It is highly discouraged to call your vendors in the wee hours of the night to ask for something that can wait until the next day.

5. Negotiate reasonably.

Negotiate Reasonably

We know that wedding preparations can be costly. And just like any other couple out there, you want the lowest price with the highest quality as much as possible. Although there is nothing wrong with negotiating, keep in mind that the price is determined by their experience, reputation, and the quality of the service that they known for. Their talent and skills are the things that cannot be bargained, and you do not want to insult your potential vendors by asking them to cut their prices by half outright, especially if you haven’t taken the time to check their branding and reputation just yet.

6. Transparency is key.

Your vendors will truly appreciate it if you become transparent with your budget first off. In this way, they can offer you better ideas and packages that will suit your budget. Skipping this very important step entails the possibility of offering you the highest quality of service there is; and of course, a price tag that matches it.

7. There is so much more than asking for a discount.

One thing that’s less commonly known to couples is the alternative (and much better!) way to bargain with your vendors. Instead of asking your vendor to reduce their price, you can ask for more services or products. For example, ask for more reception hours or if you are dealing with catering, ask for more variety of desserts.

Related: Things You May Have Forgotten To Put In Your Wedding Budget

8. Make sure that everything is written in your contract.

Being crystal clear about your contract protects you and your vendors. It is very important to put everything, we mean everything, in your contract. A carefully-written contract will help you avoid conflicts in the long haul just in case something does not go as planned. A contract must cover even the minute details of your wedding such as:


a. Detailed descriptions of everything you ordered: size, color, dimensions, time of arrival, quantity, quality, and who is responsible for what.


b. In addition, it should also state the person in charge of both the vendor’s side and your side.


c. You also want to double-check everything especially the non-refundable deposits and retainers.


d. If there are changes that were made along the way, make sure that everything is clearly written on the contract.


e. Lastly, beware of the terms regarding social media posting and copyright issues. There are photographers and wedding planners who often post their work online and print publications.



9. There is an ethical way to complain.

Just like any customer, you have the right to complain about a service that you willingly paid for. Likewise, it is your vendor’s responsibility to fix the issue right away. However, you should also bear in mind that there is a proper way of addressing your concern and make your message come across. Although it is very tempting to post a bad review of your vendor online, especially with the advent of social media, it is a must to address the issue privately firsthand. Tell them the exact problem as you are also entitled to ask for a solution. Keep in mind that your vendor’s business supports their livelihood and feeds a number of families out there. Giving honest and constructive feedback will not only save the vendor’s reputation but yours too; as it may also reflect on your anger-management area.

10. It is not that hard to thank a vendor.

It is not that hard to thank a vendor

At the end of the day, gratitude and a satisfied client are two of the most priceless things for any wedding vendors in the city. You don’t have to do the extra mile to thank your vendors for pulling off a once in a lifetime event. Your simple shoutout during your reception, or allowing your photos to be used in their platforms, or simple handwritten notes or postcards, or just by simply referring them to your family and friends can go a very long way in supporting the wedding and events industry.

If you’re looking for the right team to put together your Multicultural wedding in DC, Virginia, and Maryland, contact Mimi Ebichi’s team to make your dream wedding come to life! We have a comprehensive list of wedding vendors who can cater to your personal requests.

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Why You Should Invest in Wedding Videography

Weddings can be financially-challenging during this time of the pandemic. From wedding invites to the reception, wedding preparations may cost more. In light of this, most couples often overlook hiring an official videographer. If not overlook, some tend to scout for a good videographer a few weeks before their big day. Nonetheless, below are some of the most practical reasons why it pays investing in a good videographer that’s worth every cent of your hard-earned money.

1. Videographers are a sucker for details.
Your wedding is a once in a lifetime moment and so it goes by fast. Every moment counts and that is why hiring a videographer gives you an assurance that all the most kept moments and details of your wedding will be captured. A good videographer knows how to catch every detail like the lace and pearls on your wedding dress, the flowers you walked past when you had your first look, and the table arrangements at the reception. Mind you, even the moment when your partner catches a glaze from the wedding altar towards your direction will also be captured. These detail shots are incorporated into your wedding video to capture the essence of your day.


2. There are enough movements and coordination in videography.

First Dance as a Married Couple

It is your videographer’s duty to capture the most awaited motion of your big day. Your first kiss, first introduction, and your first dance as a married couple. More than that, you will be able to capture your parents’ message, your friends’ well wishes, even your uncle’s crazy dance moves. People age and life goes on after your wedding, but your captured moments and memories with your guests during this significant day will serve as your time capsule that you can reminisce in the future.


3. Your videographer takes talent in putting music arrangements in your video.
More than the impressive camera angles and timely shots, your official wedding videographer will make sure to put the right groove and jazz to suit the mood of the captured moment. This is why it is very important to hire a wedding videographer because it further adds sensation and art to your most endearing moments like your first kiss, first toast, exchange of vows and promises, and heartwarming messages from your guests.

Related: 5 Tips for Picking Your Wedding Music


4. Your wedding videographer is your second lens throughout the day.
Wedding videographers literally move around during your wedding. While blending into the setting, videographers bounce around to film some parts of the celebration that you may not see. You and your SO will be able to watch how you two got ready for the day, the bride can rewatch the expression of her father as they walk down the aisle together, and you can see your guests’ endearing reactions as they wait and watch for your walk down the aisle. Simply put, your videographer is your second lens to capture the moments that you were not able to witness during the entire day.

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5. Videographers continue to hone and upgrade their skills for your big day.
Not known to many, wedding videographers take much of their time in improving their craft one wedding after the other. As some of you might ask why it is still preferable to hire an official videographer considering the number of guests with their handy smartphones and cameras, it is because covering such a significant event requires not only immeasurable skill and talent but also state-of-the-art equipment and devices. Much more than this, it also requires good time management to go from both ends (bride’s and the groom’s) and still be able to come up with a same-day edit video. All these and more are the practical reasons as to why a couple must invest or at least set aside a considerable budget to hire a wedding videographer.

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Ideas For Your Wedding Exit

Every wedding ceremony deserves a grand finale exit. As much as the bridal walk is the most awaited moment, the exit of the newly-weds is as exciting too. Wedding send-offs have always been a fun tradition and interactive for everyone, not to mention the epic photos that come after! From candles to streamers to sparklers, here are our wholesome ideas for your wedding exit.

1. Candle-lit
Nothing could be more romantic than walking into a sea of candles with your lifetime partner. This suits well for late afternoon weddings so you and your guests can swoon over the intimate sunset with romantic pillar candles.

2. Sky Lanterns
Watching your guests pepper the sky with lanterns after dusk is like living your Disney childhood dream. This is also perfect for a late afternoon send-off. PS: Remember to use eco-friendly lanterns!

Wedding Lanterns Send Off3. Streamers
For a splash of vivid colors, a wave of streamers is the perfect go-to for a fun and funky wedding. These little streamers can instantly turn any wedding exit into a vibrant one. Just make sure to dispose it properly, though!

4. Flower petals
Nothing beats the classic. Tossing flower petals aren’t just for flower girls. A post-nuptial petal toss is a pretty and festive way to kick off the rest of the day’s celebration.

5. Tiny bubbles
Streamers and flower petals surely require a clean-up after the festivity. If you go for a less messy celebration, a burst of tiny bubbles can easily be pulled off without compromising the vibes of the occasion.

6. Doves
Doves signify prosperity, everlasting love, good fortune, and peaceful home. Releasing doves soaring off the sky is one way to wish for a happy marriage in eternity onwards. Just make sure that the doves are safe!

7. Confetti poppers
Confetti poppers will easily be filed under last-minute send-off ideas. What’s good about this classic confetti poppers is the idea of how it explodes everywhere and makes candid pictures. The sparkle and shine may be less, but the clean-up is easier.

At Mimi Ebichi, we make sure to always deliver the celebration that you deserve from the first day of preparations and up until the last second of your wedding send-off. We believe that the heart of any occasion lies in the best preparations.

 

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3 Reasons to Make Sure Your Wedding Smile Is Ready to Say “I Do”

 

As an experienced wedding planner, I can make this entire process easier and less stressful for my brides. After all, there are countless details to plan out, including the perfect venue, the caterer, the flowers, the wedding party, and the guests’ seats for the reception. I make sure you’ve found the perfect dress and made all the necessary arrangements for your out-of-town family so that you can truly enjoy your special day.

Related: 10 Ways To Manage Your Wedding Guest List

Recently, one of my brides expressed some anxiety about the wedding day. She wasn’t getting cold feet, but she felt nervous. It turns out that she worried about how her smile would look and feel. She didn’t like a couple of her teeth, and she experienced tooth sensitivity. Are you in the same boat?  To help her feel more prepared, I recommended that she visit with her dentist in Falls Church before the wedding.

Here’s what I told her…

You don’t want to feel self-conscious

On your wedding day, you become the center of attention. How does that make you feel? If you have obvious flaws in your smile, the idea of so many people looking at you can fill you with fear or dread. In the months leading up to the wedding, you can have porcelain veneers made or get cosmetic bonding with your dentist to ensure that you like what you see in the mirror. Now is the time to correct any cosmetic imperfections in your teeth so that you can accept the spotlight with more confidence.

You want to enjoy the food and drinks

You’ve painstakingly chosen the dinner and refreshments to serve the guests at your wedding, and it would be a shame if you couldn’t have some as well. However, if you don’t address tooth sensitivity, a minor cavity, or another dental problem before the wedding day, it can put a damper on your celebration. Just imagine not being able to eat your own cake because of a sensitive tooth! If you have any dental problem whatsoever, don’t wait until after the wedding to resolve it. Take care of it right away so that you can partake in the festivities you have planned. 

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3 Reasons to Make Sure Your Smile Is Ready to Say “I Do”

Along with the many eyes that will be watching you throughout your special day, your photographer will capture little moments of you and your sweetheart. When you look back at your wedding photos, the last thing you want to notice about your smile is that it appears yellow or dull, especially when just one appointment with your cosmetic dentist in Falls Church could brighten your teeth by up to eight shades. That’s significantly better than anything you’ll find in stores.

On your wedding day, the last thing you want to worry about is whether all the details are just right. Take the necessary steps to make sure your smile is ready, and I’ll take care of the rest! That way, you can create memories that you’ll cherish for years to come.

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Why is wedding ceremony important?

 

The wedding ceremony is one of the major, if not the top highlight of a wedding. It brings two people together in the presence of God, family, and friends. This is why it’s very important to carefully plan your wedding ceremony. If you and your partner are undecided about having a wedding ceremony, here are good insights to consider.

1. It celebrates the sanctity of marriage.
If you are born from a religious family, we are pretty sure that you are very well aware of the sacredness of marriage. Many couples further celebrate the beginning of their marriage by conducting a sacred ceremony together with their beloved friends and family.

2. It signifies the start of your marriage.
Your wedding ceremony is where your marriage officially starts. It’s where it breathes life, it’s where it takes shape. Your ceremony is where you and your partner declare your chosen promises, vows, and aspirations together. To put it simply, this is where you celebrate your commitment together.

3. It gives you a sense of ownership.
Having a wedding ceremony that you can call your own gives you a feeling of having a prized possession. The ceremony allows you to celebrate your commitment and love in front of the people you hold dear. Take your wedding ceremony as something that is worth celebrating and investing in.

Importance of wedding ceremony 14. It gives the blessing of marriage.
The most important part of your wedding ceremony is the homily or the message from the one officiating your wedding. It will bless not only your marriage but also provide guidance in whatever trials that may come along your new journey together.

5. It is what will keep you down memory lane.
If there would be one thing that you will remember about your wedding, it would be the ceremony itself. In a few years’ time, you may have already forgotten what your reception was, but you will never forget the moment you walked down the aisle and the vows you have promised to each other that day.

Mimi Ebichi Events uphold its promise to provide you with a wedding that’s worth keeping in memory lane. Your happiness is what keeps us from going the extra mile.

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