(Closed) Where to begin

posted 10 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
941 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Well, I always find a good place to start is to make a list.  Have you created a to do list of everything that needs doing?  That’s a great way to organize your thoughts.  And once that’s done, you can figure out what can be done despite the snow.  (What you can do over the phone, what you can order online, etc).

I think wedding planning has SO many little details, and it becomes much more manageable when it’s down on paper.  

Post # 4
647 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I agree with the poster above about making a list.  But before you make a list of EVERYTHING that needs doing, make a list of the big stuff, and make sure you’ve done all that.  Most of the stuff on the big list are things you need to contact other people to sign contracts with, so it’s good to have that out of the way first.  Reception location, rentals, caterer, photographer, officiant, bakery, florist, dress, etc.  Once you’ve at least contacted all these people, that will get the ball rolling and you can start focusing on the more detailed portion of your list: decorations, invitations, bridesmaid stuff, accessories, etc.

I appreciate you not being able to get out and about, I’m planning my wedding in CT from Washington DC!  So everything I’ve done is via Google, e-mail, and the phone.  Once you’ve initially contacted people you’re interested in, you can set up meetings for once the snow has melted!

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