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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Planning Six Months to a Year Before Wedding Date

Weddings can be difficult to plan, but it is not an impossible job if you organize your to-do list well in advance. Here are some possible tasks (not listed in order of importance) to think about approximately six months to a year before your intended wedding date!


* Select your date and time for ceremony and reception.
* Estimate your budget.
* Reserve locations for your ceremony and reception
* Select the officiate.
* Decide on size and type of wedding.
* Decide on guest list - start by gathering names and addresses.
* Choose a professional photographer, florist, baker, videographer, caterer, DJ or band, wedding consultant (if you choose to use one).
* Announce your engagement.
* Plan honeymoon.
* Select rehearsal dinner location.
* Select and order wedding gown and accessories.
* Select attendants, flower girl, maid/matron of honor, groomsmen, ushers and best man.
* Select bridesmaids' dresses and groom's and groomsmen's attire.
* Look for invitations, accessories, wedding favors.
* Schedule salon appointments (hair, manicure, pedicure, etc.)
* Book transportation.
* Reserve block of hotel rooms for out-of-town guests.
* Order wedding bands.

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