Plan Your Formal Wedding
When you first begin the enjoyable task of planning your wedding, the most important thing to do is break the job down into pieces.
Any project can seem overwhelming when viewed in its entirety. That's where timelines can be helpful.
Following is sample time lines, which can be your at-a-glance checklist, helping you track which tasks are complete and which ones remain.
The sample timeline provided is a blueprint on which you will need to make adaptations to fit your particular celebration.
For instance, if you are planning to wed during popular wedding or holiday months, you will need to get an extra early start.
Wedding Planning Service
Some brides opt for a Wedding Planning Service, and some wedding locations offer packages that include everything to make your wedding complete and exquisite.
So it will depend basically on your budget, which is one of the first things you do.
Or to assist you in your planning efforts, you may want to employ the services of a bridal consultant.
A consultant can prove instrumental to your success, especially if you are planning a wedding out of town. These individuals can become timesavers as well as moneysavers.
They are specialists at what they do and can provide not only creative but many times thrifty solutions. They bring repeat business to area vendors and therefore may get a discounted rate. Bridal consultants may charge a flat fee, a percentage of your wedding expenditures, or by the hour.
Sample Monthly Wedding Timelines
The Wedding Plan Introduction and Tips
Twelve to Six months before the Wedding
Three to Six Months Before the Wedding
One to Two Months Before the Wedding
The Week of the Wedding
What to Bring on your Wedding Day