Your wedding, the day you have been dreaming of since you were a little girl! The planning can get overwhelming very quickly and it is important to keep a checklist and make sure you stay on top of your to do list.  We have come up with seven check list items that you maybe haven’t thought of that are “must do’s” before you say “I do.”

1-Get your Hair Done at least one week before the big day

Though it sounds like it would be the best to get a fresh color the day before you wedding, it may not be the best idea. If something were to go wrong, or the color didn’t turn out exactly how you intended it to be, you need sufficient about of time to correct it without damaging your hair.  You hair will still look fresh and gorgeous a week before your big day.

2- Finalize all your appointments at least 3 weeks before your Wedding Day 

People are busy and can get wound up in their other clients.  It is critical that you finalize your photographer, florist, hair stylist, make-up artist, cake baker, caterer, at least three weeks in advance.  This does not mean book them three weeks in advance, this should be done months before, but you should finalize them three weeks before.  Make sure and communicate very clearly with them so everyone knows where they are going, and what time you need their services to arrive.  If one were to cancel, this gives some extra time to get a back of up if you need so you are not scrambling at the last minute.

3- Order a Pre-Addressed Stamp to Save Time 

There are a lot of people that want to be invited to your big day! Writing out your address, then their address takes a lot of time.  You can cut that time in half by ordering a pre-addressed stamp that has your address on it.

You can find one here on Amazon.com for just $8.99!

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4- Pack for your Honeymoon a Week in Advance

The final days leading up to your big day are stressful and jam packed with things to do.  It will make things much simpler to have your bag packed a week before the big day so you have everything you need.  Don’t forget Sunscreen!

5- Take Some Time to Communicate with your Fiance

Both of you are going one thousand miles an hour, and it is important that you both sit down with each other and make sure you are both on the same page with what time to be at the wedding, how the day is going to go, and what still needs to be prepared.  Don’t assume you are on the same page, communicate and things will go much smoother!

 

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