(Closed) All done?

posted 6 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I think your list looks great! And I was the same way, I planned my wedding….in a month literally and also found it to be kind of easy. Now that I’m getting near my date I’m starting to figure our things I forgot to do (seating chart, programs, cake server things) but they’re little things and pretty easy to knock out.

Post # 5
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1271 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

-Ordered my dress in December it is expected in May Dress Fittings, Shoes, Veil,

-All bridesmaids have ordered their dress, shoes are up to them Jewelry, Hair Accessories

-All flower girls have dresses Shoes, basket (or similar), hair accessories

-Both moms have dresses Shoes, Accessories, Jewelry

-Ceremony music is booked Playlist

-DJ is booked Playlist

-Photog is booked Shootlist

-Honeymoon booked Luggage, cabanas, tours, rental car

-Hotel block reserved Communication to out of town guests (and reminders)

-Favors chosen Packaging, distribution

-Invites have been designed along w RSVP cards, hotel info cards, menu, programs and the printers are working on it. They will also do escort cards when it gets closer. Addressing envelopes

-Salon is booked for the day of, hair trial is in April Inspiration pictures (LOTS)

Toasting flutes? 

Service Set for cake cutting?

Table Numbers

Seating chart, escort cards, placecards

Post # 6
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2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

undergarments for dress?

 bridal party gifts

hostess gift for shower

 thankyou card designs picked for both events

 

Post # 7
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1271 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I am at a similar “resting” point in my planning.  There really isn’t much to do until May 1, when I do my dress fittings and invitations. 

The music playlists and photo shootlist are on my “to do” list right now, but I find them tough.  lol

Also, day-of-timeline (I have a working draft that I’ve been adding to as I make decisions.  It is several pages long now. 

Also, an excel vendor contact sheet including the terms of the contract is a great idea to make in your spare time.)

Order stamps

Post # 8
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2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

ceremony notes for pastor/rabi’officaint

 

Post # 11
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Ballet513:  Awesome!  I have posted my “done” list a few times and I love how much it helps me see what I need to do (or not do).  My wedding is just a couple weeks before yours and your list tracks mine closely.  I feel anxious that there is going to be a sudden rush of activity at the end.  lol.  But I can’t figure out a way to do any MORE than I’ve already done. 

Post # 13
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Ballet513:  I admit that I’ve started my seating chart.  I mean, I know which of our family and close friends are coming.  It is the “outter” tables that will take some finesse once rsvps come in.  haha

Post # 14
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2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Ballet513:  but its good to talk bout the order. we just did this tuesday night.. our pastor said our ceremony will be 8 minutes lol. didnt expect that short of time.. but we talked bout different kinds of wording- we have three denomonations covered lutheran,baptist and presbyterian in our cermony– we liked the diffeent wordings for question on intent,vows and exchange of rings. also what he would say after the announcement- invite guest to go to reception site. ect

 

passport get that done early… im having issue with mine..

Post # 15
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

o i made a seating chart.. everyone is high lighted if they rsvped they either get deleted( NO) RESPONSES. OR Unhighlighted for yes responses wish the 54 rsvps cards that are stil mia would come..lol

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