What can I do now?

posted 3 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
1716 posts
Bumble bee

You could start looking for a wedding planning timeline that works for you. That way planning the wedding will be easier; you’ll have a good idea of what to do and when. 

Post # 4
2065 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

We had 17 months when we booked and started by just looking out for bargains and DIY, and got some great deals.  We also got a photographer a few months after.  Photographers can only do one wedding a day, so once they are booked, they’re booked, whereas florists can do more than one.  DJs are the same way, but it wasn’t super important to us

Post # 5
236 posts
Helper bee

I started researching my major vendors very early (photographer, caterer) and started looking more seriously at dresses/ BM dresses, accomodations, transportation, music.  So when we came closer to a year and a bit I was very confident I had made good selections on vendors (and go the ones we wanted).

Post # 6
689 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014 - Legare Waring House

@Emily_Louise_C:  We booked our venue back in March for our October wedding next year. Our next steps were music, researching caterers and bar service, dress shopping. We aren’t sending save the dates until about 8 months prior, but no reason you can’t start designing them…definitely start envisioning what you’d like!

Post # 7
1491 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

caterer, photographer, doc or planner, florist, music, basically any vendor who can only do one wedding a day, you should book. 

Post # 8
5781 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2014

Start working on your budget.

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