The purpose of this assignment is to start your thought processes regarding what will ultimately be a much larger project. These ideas will guide the majority of the other decisions that will be made. The Couple: Separate the information by client (e. g. , bride and groom).
Create a profile of each and give a synopsis of who they are. Include their names, hometown, current residence (they may or may not live in the same location), cultural background, religious background, age, education, occupation, hobbies, family specifics (e. g. , names, ages and other relevant details of parents, siblings, etc.
) and any additional information that is pertinent to the couple. Incorporation of a photo of each (and/or together as a couple) is encouraged. Below their individual profiles, include the section on how and where they met, followed by their engagement story. Unique Situations: Every couple is faced with a variety of unique situations that influence the wedding planning process. List and thoroughly explain a minimum of two unique situations that this couple faces, detailing the difficulties that these situations present and how they will be creatively addressed.
Some examples might include: different religious backgrounds, different cultural backgrounds, specialized needs such as a disability, second marriage for one or both which may include a blended family, unique age cohort, same-sex couple, strained family relations, distance issues, etc. Theme and Vision: Provide a summary of the theme for the wedding and the inspiration (vision) behind the theme. Clearly and thoroughly explain how the theme is relevant to this couple. Give a minimum of three detailed examples of how the theme will be incorporated in the wedding.
The theme of William Carlos Williams The Use of Force William Carlos Williams The Use of Force is a short story that depicts the variety of feelings of a doctor who visits a home call. The main theme of the story is the use of force in the interpersonal relations of people. But the force is not something that is used meaninglessly and brutally, it is rather something by the means of which one ...
Budget: You will be randomly assigned a budget. State the budget amount and clearly detail a minimum of two ways that the budget will influence decisions that are made. Also explain who will be paying for the wedding and why. Potential Ceremony and Reception Sites: Choose a minimum of two potential ceremony sites and two potential reception sites and discuss how each option can fit the couple, theme, unique situations and budget. Give all necessary contact information for these sites (full address, phone number, website, etc.
Timeline: You will be randomly assigned a timeline. State the amount of time that you have to plan the wedding and clearly detail a minimum of two ways that this will affect the planning process. Be sure to include the exact full date (including day of the week) and time of the wedding. Number of Guests: The couple can have between 50 and 200 guests. Select the number of guests and give at least two detailed reasons why this number is appropriate for this couple, their theme and vision, unique elements, budget, etc.
Vendors: Create a complete list of the types of vendors who will be involved in the planning and implementation of the wedding. At this point you do not need to specify exactly who those vendors will be. If a certain vendor type generally associated with weddings will not be used, create a separate list and explain why. Layout/Form/Grammar/Spelling: The layout and form should be consistent and professional. Use headings to clearly identify the sections of the project.
When referring to the planning team, avoid the use of “I” and “we” – use of the neutral “the planners,” “the consultants” or a chosen business name is more appropriate. Wedding Planning Project Design Grading Criteria Area Possible Points Points Earned The couple 15 Unique situations 15 Theme and vision 10 Budget 10 Potential ceremony & reception sites 10 Timeline 10 Number of guests 10 Vendors 10 Layout, form, grammar, spelling 10 Total points 100
Within the Budget Schedule and Proforma the factory Total Overhead for FY 9 is $481,798 with the Depreciation value listed as $150,000. Total depreciation for FY 6, 7 and 9 has remained at $130,000 as noted on the balance sheets. The increase of the factory depreciation of $150,000 for FY 9 is considerably high given a lack of identifiable rationale as to a major machinery purchase, utility usage, ...