(Closed) PANIC STRIKEN – ANY TO DO LISTS WOULD HELP

posted 6 years ago in December 2012
Post # 3
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686 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Great post i’ll be sure to check back in. 

My main thing right now is to breath and try not to stress.

I have finished off almost all fo my DIY’s, i have finalised my honeymoon hotel and flights. Car rental, made sure my make up and hairdresser know what time to get to me by and where. That the driver knows where to go and what time to get here to get me to the wedding in time. rehersal dinner still needs to be done. final dress fitting (only 4 days prior to the wedding eeek!) made sure that the reception venue know exactly what i want to happen and what time my maid and BM’s can be there to set up. finish off my menu’s. BREATHE!

Post # 4
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294 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Google Real Simple magazine’s wedding checklist. I found it to be the best one to keep me on track and to help remember everything. There’s a lot on there that I didn’t need, but it was nice to know that I’d thought about it and could cross it off as “not needed.”

I assume you have the venue already?

Dress/tux

shoes/jewelry

marriage license (do you need that?)

photographer

flowers

food

drinks

music

dessert (cake?)

escort cards/table numbers/table assignments

favors

guest book

card/gift table

first dance song?

mother/son and father/daughter dance?

How are you getting home afterwards?

tips for your vendors?

bouquet toss/garter tradition? Money dance?

 

 

Post # 5
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539 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

The knots is pretgoogled and realty easy to use. I love checking stuff off my list! Also, don’t forget this event is for your best friends and family- people who love you and are looking forward to celebrating with you… Ultimately that is what this is about!

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