Post # 1
Brides to be or ladies who are already married, what are the little things when planning a wedding that can be forgotten or overlooked? What is some minor detail you wish you would have known or remembered during your wedding planning? Lately, I have been felliing like I could overlook or forget something small because there are SO many things to think about and do when it comes to weddings. Post your advice and experiences.
Post # 3
I’m not marriaged yet (11 days to go), but I found that little things I have overlooked have been like who will transport the gifts or forgetting to buy candles for my candle holders at my reception (that would suck). That’s pretty much it though. I have paid attention to details and little things.
Something that has really helped me stay on task and remember things has been theknot.com because they have a checklist on there. Some of the stuff on the checklist is crap, but I can add and delete things. They get even the most mynute details. I strongly suggest signing up for free and working with that checklist.
I also suggest http://www.russellandhazel.com/content/wedding-templates that website to get more organized.
You have enough time, so I suggest that as you think of little things add them to that checklist immediately. Hopefully this helps you out some. It’s hard to tell you little things to remember because every wedding is different. It all comes down to organization. Good luck!
Post # 4
we almost forgot the ring pillow and flower girl basket ( they were in the back of my car rehearsal night and after the second trip back to the hotel- we remember to grab it befor the limo got us again.
make sure if you or ur fiance is taking meds to continue take the meds,..
i transported everything to the reception venue the day befor so i made sure that was already set up and ready to go. 135 pounds of candy is not enough for a wedding of 150. lol. um get ur dress pressed and ready to go a week before the wedding.
Post # 5
One of my friends forgot to make place-cards and spent the night before her wedding making them! I second getting a check-list template and printing it out so the little things stay top of mind!