What To Do Before "I Do"
It’s official—you’re engaged! No amount of chick flicks or fantasies could prepare you for that moment your beloved got down on one knee. Your new bling has hundreds of “likes” on Facebook, and you can’t help but stare at it whenever the light catches it just right. As you scroll through Pinterest and bombard your wedding board with dozens of ideas, you think you have this planning game in the bag…until you realize you have no idea where to start. Don’t hit the panic button! We’ve got you covered.
Know Your Finances
Communicating your needs with expectations will alleviate tension early on and keep you and your fiance within your means.
Sit down with your budget and discuss what areas are most important to each of you.
Who, When & Where
Your guest list will be important in knowing what venues you can consider based on capacity size of the space.
Bridal Party Attire
The gowns and tuxes should be planned out about 9 months in advance.
Invitations & Registries
Invitations don’t need to go out until about 45-60 days prior to your date.
Day-Of Checklist Creating a list of things to remember to bring with you on your wedding day, having an agenda printed for your bridal party, and noting any final payments or other vendor-related items that may require your attention.