Wedding Countdown Checklist
Every wedding needs ample time of planning because a special moment deserves careful decisions to make everything as perfect as possible. But have you ever wondered how a wedding should be planned? What are the things to be considered? Or which things should be settled first? Then, here’s a perfect wedding checklist for you.
There are three things you should double check 7 months before your most awaited day.
(1) Book a florist: flowers are basically the life of your wedding ceremony and reception. These are perishable and should be picked months prior the wedding day.
(2) Select and purchase invitation: choosing the design of your wedding invitation shows how well you planned everything because it’s basically the face of your event.
(3) Arrange transportation: after the ceremony, people might not be able to find their way out of the crowded church area that’s why arranging the transportation is really important and must be planned ahead of time.
Your wedding day is just around the corner and to make sure you’re on the right track, here are some things you should do 5 months before your big day.
(1) Select and order the cake: deciding what cake to have is probably one of the hardest things in planning a wedding besides choosing the wedding dress for the bride.
(2) Schedule hair and makeup artists: assuring that you have someone that will do your hair and makeup will surely make you confident about your wedding.
(3) Choose your music: it might be hard to come up with the best song while you walk down the aisle so it’s best to plan months before you get married.
(1) Finalize the menu and flowers: make a final list of the food you’ll serve and flower arrangements.
(2) Make a list of the people giving toasts: you might want to add or narrow down the list of people who will give a toast during the reception.
(3) Finalize the order of the ceremony and the reception: the smoother the flow of your wedding plans, the better party you’ll have after the ceremony so don’t forget to make everything in order.
Your last glance at your checklist a month before you say your vows should look like a completed jigsaw puzzle. Just make sure everything is intact and taken into account just like the following.
(1) Enter RSVPs into your guest-list database: have a complete list of the guests who will come to your biggest day ever.
(2) Stock the bar: make sure you give them a good party by preparing enough drinks during the reception.
(3) Confirm times for hair and makeup and all vendors: take a last time check for your hair and make up schedule to make adjustments if necessary.