The Home Stretch of Your Bride Planning Timeline

With most of the large judgements crossed off your list, you’re in the home extend of wedding planning. During this time, it’s important to rely on okay- tweaking the details that will make your large moment special.

This includes completing your ceremony seating chart once you have the last Rsvps, ordering wedding favors and paper goods, and sending your vendors a morning- of routine. It’s also a good idea to review the legal criteria for obtaining your union certificate, which differ by condition.

Depending on the style of wedding you’re having, it may be a good idea to finish your invites and mail out Rsvps around six times before your bridal. This does grant your friends and family plenty of time to clean their calendars, reserve traveling lodging, and generate arrangements if they are not able to participate.

It’s also a good idea to touch base with your wedding professionals around this time and confirm all bookings and complete contracts. It’s not uncommon for some vendors to book up to a year in advance, so it’s best to reach out sooner rather than later to secure your preferred dates.

If you want to include any readings in your ceremony, this is a great time to help friends and family select passages they’d like to read. And if you plan on having entertainment for your wedding, this is when it’s a good idea to ask them to start working on their performance, especially if they will be performing during dinner and/or the dance floor set.


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