Wedding Planning Guide / One Month Out

Here’s a perfect task that your Maid of Honor can do for you:
1) Check off on the guest list those who have responded with a YES. Then immediately
phone those who have not responded. When you have a firm number email the venue. They will be very appreciative.
2) Have ( fingers crossed) your last fitting !
3) Do your seating chart. You can download the one of your choice from Google Images like the one below.

4) If you are having limousines or a trolley
for your wedding party contact the company & make sure they know all the destinations and the correct timetable.
5) Another job for a bridesmaid or Mom:
Mail the rehearsal dinner invitations.
6) Go through your vendor list & send out as many final payments as possible.
7) If you desire a facial have one at least one month before. It is best to go to an esthetician you have visited before. You don’t want to have any sort of allergic reactions.
8) Make an appointment if necessary for 2 weeks before the wedding day for a haircut and color.

Wedding Planning Guide / 2 Months Out

Hello ! I know, I’ve been away  for a while. Let’s start with your photographer.
1) Plan a meeting with him or her at your venue or any of the other places where you would like your lovely photos taken.
2) Meet with your deejay or band.
Make sure they know what sort of music you love (or dislike) and give them a list of specific songs that are absolutely must haves.
3) Your Invitations should be sent now and the RSVPs need to be back to you three to four weeks afterwards.
4) I think it is a great idea to get your license 7 weeks before your wedding day. They expire at 60 days and it will  be one less thing to do as your special day draws closer.
5) DELEGATE ! There are so many things to think of and do. Choose one or two people to help with a few things that you can let go of. You can’t do everything especially if you work. Friends & Parents love to help.
I have seen that many times !