Post # 1
I am getting married at 4 pm, here is my time line
8 -9:30 am wake up, have coffee, shower
9:30-10 travel time
10 am manicure
1-1:30 travel time
1:30 -2:30 make bouquets (will have a few people doing this)
2:30-3:30 get dressed and a couple photos with the girls
3:30 – 4 get to wedding
Any thoughts on this timeline?
Post # 3
Are you not doing any pictures before the ceremoy? Bridal portraits or pictures with tour bridesmaids?
Post # 4
I would do your manicure and pedicure the day before.
Post # 5
When are you getting your hair done?
I would make bouquets first thing in the morning. That’s not really something you want to be working on 90 minutes before you get married.
Post # 6
If you’re worried about chipping– I love the no-chip manis!
Post # 7
Are you not doing your hair?
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2013 - Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
Make sure to schedule in time for eating breakfast and lunch.
Post # 10
Also wondering about hair. And I’d include lunch!
Post # 11
ok I need to add hair somewhere in there. ok I will look it over and rethink.
Post # 12
I really want the mani/pedi the morning of because I think it will help keep me calm.
ok new thoughts
move everything up an hour.
get up at 7 am (I do most days anyway) – eat breakfats, drink coffee, start wrapping flowers
9-12 mani, pedi, makeup
12:30-1:30 hair (eat while she is doing my hair)
1:30-2:30 finish flowers (wish i didn’t have to do this but I do!)
2:30 – 3:30 get dressed and do a few photos with girls
3:30 -4- travel to wedding
Post # 13
Again, why are you dong your manicure and pedicure the day of the wedding?
Post # 14
@WillowTreeWade: I have to agree with pp that it looks a little tight. Could you schedule the pedicure to the day before the wedding to save some time that way?
I think what would worry me the most is the flowers – things like that always takes longer than one thinks. I think it’s a good idea to get as much of that done in the morning as you can, you don’t want to have to handle too much stuff once you’ve got your nails done.
Post # 16
I’d honestly skip the manicure and pedicure. Do those the day before or leave the manicure until after the flowers.. You can relax while your hair is being done. I’d also not leave the flowers so late. Do them before you get ready. It won’t take much of an over-run for you to be up to your eyes in flowers without time to get dressed properly. At the end of the day, your appearance is much more important than flowers.