Planning your second wedding should not be a challenge, like it was several years ago when you got married for the first time. Now you are, as they say, experienced, and most likely you will not make the same mistakes as you did in the past.
If the first time you were a bit in a hurry and organized your wedding without the help of a wedding planner, and in just 3 months, your second wedding should not suffer from the same mistakes; this means that you should hire a wedding planner, and prepare yourself for this event at least 12 months before the event itself.
Decide very carefully whom you will invite to your wedding, start shopping for your dress/tuxedo, book a photographer and videographer (in case of an informal wedding, you could ask one of your friends to play the role of the photographer/videographer), book your florist, decide on a menu and start planning your honeymoon. Yes, even if we are talking about a second wedding, you will have to go to a honeymoon again. This could give you the chance to organize a honeymoon much better than in the past, and why not, even enjoy it more than you did the first time.
Related to the wedding etiquette of a second wedding now, we start by saying that, if you have children, they should be the first to know, because your remarriage will most certainly affect their lives (especially if they are minors). Another thing that has to be taken into account, and which is related to the second wedding etiquette, regards the gift register; in case of a first time wedding, it is more than appropriate to register for gifts, but in case of a second wedding, this is not exactly an option, and a marrying couple should decide upon telling their guests what to buy for them, only if they do not have too many objects and if they really want them. Still, those products should be quite cheap and extremely useful for a new family; this means that if the new family wants some Swarovski crystals, they would have to buy those crystals themselves, because these are neither cheap, nor extremely useful for a new family.