Wedding Planning Check List

Written by Kathleen Gagne
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Develop a Wedding Planning Check List

One of the most important things you can do early on in your wedding planning is to develop a wedding planning check list and to keep it and your time line nearby at all times. You can find such planners online and many of them are offered as a free service at websites that sell wedding accessories, invitations, and guest favors. It makes sense to take advantage of one of those check lists because they are usually crammed with great ideas.

They also include far more information than you can get almost anywhere else. You will find, for example, that part of the main list is wedding accessories. Clicking on that title may take you to a detailed list of dozens of wedding accessories from which to choose. Obviously, you don't have to use all the items you see, but knowing what they are can save you a lot of time while you plan your wedding.

Wedding Planning Check Lists Tips

If you want to keep your check list close by, you can often print out the pages of lists and put them into a three-ring binder. Then you can enter activities and ideas appropriately as they come up. However you use your wedding check list, you should consider it to be serious business. You don't want to discover at your reception that no one bought the garter or wrapped the gifts you bought for your attendants.

Check lists are also a good way to keep track of how much you have accomplished. At some point in the process, you may get a little discouraged, and seeing how far you have come will make you feel better as well as keep you more organized than you can be any other way. Let someone else look at your wedding planning check list occasionally to make sure you haven't missed anything. One of the things you should include is a check point for taking time to relax and enjoy some time with your fiance every week.


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