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A lot of planning goes into your wedding day. Here’s a timeline that will help you stay on top of things.

Ideally, you should be putting your put in down to book a wedding planner and venue at this point (or at least investigating these two services). Upon having a date set in stone, it’s a chance to start making a list of all of those other details that must be taken care of.

This includes from scheduling hair and makeup performers to purchasing your wedding groups. It’s the good idea to order all of your marriage favors at this time too, so they’re set aside and ready for the top day.

If you’re marriage at a particular season, it’s the good idea to pick out the florals at the present time. This will ensure that the blossoms you want can be obtained when your wedding arrive.

It’s a great way to finalize your with capacity of data and give this to your caterer at this time and so they find out exactly where everyone will be sitting for the reception. Also, make certain that any friends with nutritional restrictions are accounted for.

If you haven’t already, question your closest friends and family to be your bridesmaid or groomsmen. This is a great time to ask if anyone will be helping with transportation or other tasks on your own big day, as well. It’s the great time to begin with writing thank-you cards for any shower and/or early wedding presents you’ve received.