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wedding planning :
9-12 months before the wedding:
Announce your engagement to friends and family.
Arrange for parents to get together and meet each other if they haven't already.
Pick a special date to begin your lives together.
Discuss what your budget will be and who'll be contributing what to the event.
Interview wedding planners if you're using one.
Pick the ceremony site and meet with the officiant.
Work on the guest list to get a rough head count.
Visit reception sites and reserve one.
Begin shopping for your wedding gown.
If you want to drop a few pounds for the wedding start now.
6-9 months before the wedding:
Choose the members of your wedding party.
Select a caterer.
Enroll in a bridal registry.
Order your wedding gown.
Shop for bridesmaids dresses.
Pick a photographer and videographer.
Hire a florist.
Start thinking about where you'd like to go for your honeymoon.
Send out save-the-date cards, especially if your wedding is on a holiday weekend.
4-6 months before the wedding:
Order wedding stationary (place cards, thank you cards, etc.).
Shop for the perfect wedding cake.
Hire your wedding-day transportation (carriage, limousine, etc.)
Book your favorite hair stylist and makeup artist.
Check on hotels for any out-of-town guests.
Finalize the guest list.
Get definite plans for your honeymoon, make airline and hotel arrangements.
Plan the rehearsal dinner.
2-4 months before the wedding:
Purchase the marriage license from your cities county clerk.
Order tuxedos for the groom and groomsmen.
Meet with the caterer to go over menus, wine selections, etc.
Order the wedding cake.
Select wedding ceremony and reception music.
If you plan on writing your own vows start writing them now.
4-8 weeks before the wedding:
Mail wedding invitations 6 to 8 weeks ahead of your wedding date.
Do a hair and make up run through with your wedding veil on.
2-4 weeks before the wedding:
Work on the seating arrangements for the reception.
Confirm details with the photographer, florist, and other vendors.
Have your final wedding dress fitting.
Write your rehearsal-dinner toast.
Purchase gifts for the wedding attendants.
Compile a list of all of the wedding vendors and wedding party. Carry this list with you everywhere you go just in case.
1 week before the wedding:
Place any amounts due on the wedding day in envelopes for easy distribution.
Give the caterer a final head count.
Find a trustworthy person to take the cake knife, toasting glasses, etc. to the reception.
Get final beauty treatments (manicure, facial, massage, waxing, brow shaping, etc.).
Pack for the honeymoon.
The day before the wedding:
Get something old - symbolizes continuity with the bride's family and the past.
Get something new - means optimism and hope for the bride's new life ahead
Get something borrowed - an item from a happily married friend or family member, whose good fortune in marriage is supposed to carry over to the new bride.
Get something blue - to symbolize love, modesty, and fidelity.
And a silver sixpence in her shoe - represents wealth and financial security. For optimum fortune, the sixpence should be in the left shoe. These days, a dime or a copper penny can be substituted.
The day of the wedding:
Relax and remain calm.
Remember to eat something. You may be so busy with things that you forget.
Allow yourself at least two hours to get dressed.
Enjoy yourself at this once in a life time event!