A timeline to plan your wedding, care-free

It’s almost Wedding Season, YEAH BABY!


After a couple of hard years dealing with covid everyone is ready to party safely with their loved ones. We know the pandemic is definitely not over, but luckily we have learned how to manage the situation better, and thankfully almost everyone is fully vaccinated and boosted now.

So it’s time to party!

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Couples are going all out on their wedding day this year, small weddings are what we had to work with during this pandemic, but now couples have the chance to party with their families and loved ones.No more zoom weddings thankfully!

With bigger weddings comes more responsibilities, and more work. Luckily for brides, wedding planners have bottled up all their talent and creativity for this year, when we can finally go all out on celebrations.

It’s our responsibility to help in any way shape or form, so today we bring a couple of tips to help brides and grooms be ready for your amazing wedding day.

Time and good planning will be your best friends. We’ll give you a wedding timeline that helps us get everything done.


12 MONTHS BEFORE

12 months before your wedding you have to book your venue and draft your guest list. Venues fill up pretty quickly, so doing this a year in advance will certainly help!


10 MONTHS BEFORE

10 months before you want to pick an officiant choose your vendors, select a bridal party and take engagement photos.


8 MONTHS BEFORE

8 months before your wedding you choose your dress, do a cake testing and order it, and do your hair and makeup trial. That way you can make adjustments to the dress if needed. And you’ll have time to decide what your vision is for your hair and makeup.


6 MONTH BEFORE

6 months before the wedding you need to book your honeymoon, purchase wedding bands, and order your bridesmaids' dresses. Booking a honeymoon takes time and good planning so doing it 6 months before is the best plan.


4 MONTHS BEFORE

4 months before you want to select the grooms and groomsmen attire, confirm vendors and decide on your hair and makeup.


2 MONTHS BEFORE

2 months before you email the invitations, you write your vows, purchase the day of accessories and confirm the day of transportation. It’s all getting real!


6 WEEKS BEFORE

6 weeks before the wedding you apply for a marriage license and get everything printed to keep things organized.


1 MONTH BEFORE

1 month before the wedding it’s time to party! You have to have your bachelor and bachelorette party.


2 WEEKS BEFORE

2 weeks before you do your final dress fitting, review your music with DJ, do a final headcount, and finalize your seating chart.


THE WEEK OF THE WEDDING

The week of your wedding it's for relaxation and pampering, it’s time to think about you, get your nails done, a massage, and just enjoy the process of being a wife to be!


That being said, go ahead, put your hair on a messy bun, play some gangsta rap, and tackle off the items on your to-do list!


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