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Wedding Project 1 Peggy Sue and Tony Wedding Project College Graduates Farming Family meets Political family 1) Assumptions No elopement Different background means clashes and compromises; Lots of fights between the in-laws to be so a balance must be found for the wedding The size of the wedding is large due to the bride’s family being an affluent political family The Bride’s parents might possibly pick up the tab for most expenses as they would demand a large wedding due to lots of political guests. So possibly a large budget to work with. On some occasions, the parents might pay half and half such as venues. Stay within budget and plan a great wedding; keep a cushion in case something goes south Incorporate country themes, elegance and glamour as this would be demanded by the parents. This would also be according to the backgrounds that Peggy Sue and Tony come from. Grooms parents might push for a country theme while brides’ parents might push for elegance and tasteful décor. Make sure that the bride and groom are not out of the loop and are slotted in tasks, work around anything they hate that was chosen by the parents. On many occasions, the parents will ignore Peggy Sue and Tony suggestions so keep them in mind and try work with their vision by incorporating it with the parent’s demands.
Wedding Project 2 Keep the peace between the families at the end of it all because they are going to be family. 2) Work Breakdown Structure of Tasks The tasks are listed according to importance and the best time to carry them out before the big day. The first task in the table to the last task in the table is written according to the most important to least importance task. The list can be edited according to any requirement that the parents demand of either the bride or the groom. 2.0) A year or more before the wedding Task Assigned To Choosing some wedding dates (So that there are options for venue availability) Both Parents, Peggy Sue and Tony Setting a target budget for expenses; this is the time to decide who is paying for what for the wedding Both Parents, Peggy Sue and Tony Set a theme for wedding; this will help with the colours and décor type to be used and influence the flower arrangements, centre pieces etc

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