Post # 1
One week from today is our rehearsal and rehearsal dinner. A week from tomorrow is our wedding (omg, I know).
Our Bridal Party has gotten an invite from my Future Mother-In-Law for the rehearsal dinner and we’ve told everyone verbally about the rehearsal.
Should I still send out a timeline to everyone tonight, detailing times an locations for everything?
Post # 3
I would, because I like to be uber-organized and all brides get a little obsessive with details 🙂
It wouldn’t hurt to give everyone a timeline, so they know what to expect and how much time to allot, and it may ease your mind as well to feel like everyone is informed.
Congrats- enjoy next week! I am one month from tomorrow;)
Post # 4
I’m the same as Gina — I would send it along if you already have one written up — or you could maybe give it to them the night before? or the morning of the wedding? Print out a few copies to haev with you so that when people start asking you annoying questions you can just smile and hand them a timeline!
Post # 5
If you’ve got the energy to pull one together now–go for it!
Post # 6
I am getting married next June and my sister just got married last weekend. She didn’t do this and there was some confusion. It doesn’t hurt to do it and most will appreciate not having to worry about it that day. There are so many people coming and going that its hard to get the information to everyone. I would always go on the side of more information than less! Good Luck!