After The Wedding | Enjoy The Married Life

  1. Write thank-you cards for all the gifts you received and the vendors that were especially helpful on the day.

  2. Pay all the remaining balances to the vendors.

2 Months | Follow-up With All The Vendors

  1. Connect with all the vendors to make sure everything is in order and to get answers to all the questions you may still want to ask.

  2. Meet with your photographer to discuss how the photography will work before and during the wedding proceedings. Make sure to discuss any specific shots, locations and other areas you might want to include in the album.

Wedding Day | Have The Best Wedding Day Ever

  1. Eat a good breakfast to get the energy you need for the day.

  2. Allow yourself plenty of time to get ready.

3 Months | Finalize All The Important Arrangements

  1. It’s time to finalize the menu and flowers for the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. That is another thing off the wedding planning checklist you can relax about and focus on other tasks that needs to be completed.

1 Day | Get Yourself Ready For Your Wedding Day

  1. Confirm that all the welcome baskets for the out-of-town guests are delivered as it should be.

  2. Go and get that manicure, pedicure and massage to get you ready for the big day.

4 – 6 Months | Time To Meet All The Vendors

  1. Book the rehearsal dinner and the venue where you will have it.

  2. Check up on how your wedding invitations are coming along.

1 Week | Coordinate The Last Tasks With Everyone

  1. Reconfirm the arrival times with all the vendors and make sure they are all set.

  2. You can send a timeline to the wedding party so they know what is happening when.

6 – 9 Months | Pick Your Favourites and Hire Your Vendors

Here’s your to-do list 6 months before the wedding, make sure to tick them all!

  1. Hire your final photographer and videographer if you have not done this already.

2 Weeks | Finish A Few Things Before The Big Day

  1. Make sure what your final headcount is for the wedding and report it to your caterer.

  2. Be sure to make arrangements with someone to look after your pets and watering the plants  while you are away on your honeymoon.

9 – 12 months | This Is The Time To Do Extensive Research

  1. Researching the wedding party’s attire is another thing you should be doing so you can tick it off that wedding planning checklist.

1 Month | The Month of the Wedding Planning Guide Where Everything Comes Together

  1. The invitations are sent so you need to keep track of all the RSVP’s with your spreadsheet. You can also make sure if everyone received their invitation and follow up on RSVPs.

  2. Make sure to also send out your rehearsal dinner invitations to the wedding party, both family’s parents and the officiant.

+12 Months | Start Early With Your Wedding Planning

  1. Start a wedding planning binder – this is where you’ll place all your research and planning a wedding from beginning to end. In your binder, you can plan as much and about anything you envision for your perfect wedding.

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