(Closed) Behind, Unsure, and Clueless

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
1315 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Have you a photog? A dj/ ipod + playlist?Vows/readings picked?

I’m inclined to think all you really need is a good meal and god music and everyone’s happy.

Post # 5
1057 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010


it’s free and it provides a checklist that shows when tasks for the wedding are due. That way you know you’re on the ball and it’s gratifying to check things off!

Post # 6
384 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

Yes, you need a checklist! The thought of this happeneing to me almost just gave me a heart attack! My wedding is not until Sept of next year and I have all my research done on the big stuff with 2 options picked out for each. Ceremony site, reception hall, dj, photographer, ect.

Dont worry about the RSVPs as you dont usually need an exact count until the week of your wedding. Just give estimates to the people who need them bc believe me they will understand that you dont have the exact numbers.

Post # 7
1995 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

if you’re that close I wouldn’t worry about the type of stamp, I’d just mail them out!!!  People can take their sweet time with the rsvp’s and you want to have numbers to give vendors.  my recommendation would be to ask friends to research stuff for you.  eg. ask 1 person to find you a good make up artist, another for a cake, another for alterations, another for the flower girl dresses etc.  that way everyone has a job – can you ask someone to pick up the stamps and drop them off to you?  If you ask they will help!

Post # 8
1088 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Check out the knot.com’s checklist. But, you ARE in the waiting stage. A few weeks/month before, we get into that place where nothing can be done because you’re waiting on the RSVPs. If you can guestimate and get away with doing some things, like decor, accessories, transportation, etc, do that while you wait. Otherwise, stay on top of people and try to get as many RSVPs as you can so you can hurry up the process.

Post # 9
1088 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Go get the Flower Girl dress and accessories ASAP!! Sometimes dresses take forever

Post # 10
3295 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

you really need to get those invites out. some vendors (mine) want final numbers 2 weeks before the wedding. that only gives your guests 2 weeks to rsvp!

Post # 11
4512 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I’ve felt pretty much exactly the same way. I’m sorry you’re feeling this way too, but am comforted that I’m not the only one. 

Post # 12
112 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

First, get a checklist that is to your taste and make a budget for how much you want to allocate for each thing. Do the big ones first (license, dress, tux, flowers, food, cake, photos,

Do you have an officiant?

I ordered junior bridesmaid dress two months ago and it will not be in for another month. You may find a nice dress off the rack at bigger stores.

What type of cake do you want? I don’t necessarily lump that in with food.

Do you have all the requirments to pick up a marriage license for your state?

Flowers- are you going to do your own, have someone make them, or get some pretties from a grocery store/Walmart?

Venue for reception? Decorations, chairs, etc.


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