With Style and a Little Grace: Wedding Wednesday (Wedding Checklist Part One)

Wedding Wednesday (Wedding Checklist Part One)

I saw the idea of doing a Wedding checklist on one of my favorite blogs Style me Swanky by the always adorable Megan! If you have never seen her blog you should check it out. The idea of doing a checklist makes me feel like I am accomplishing something since I am super type A and love lists. Here is what we have with 8 months to go!!


Set a Date
Book Venue
Book Photographer
Book Videographer  * Do I need one? Thoughts?
Book Band
Ask Bridal Party to be in wedding
Ask flower girls
Book Caterer * Still checking out two more this week
Create wedding website * Needs update (registry, bridal party) and I am thinking about doing a better one that is not on The Knot
Register * In Process
Research florists
Book Florist * December/January
Buy Wedding Dress
Buy veil and accesories
Book Ceremony Musicians
Book rentals (tent, dance floor, vehicles)
Take engagement pictures * November
Select bridesmaid dresses
Select and order groomsmen/groom attire
Cake tasting
Book cake baker
Buy cake knife, server, and forks (Etsy)
Buy toasting glasses
Order Save the Dates * October/November
Finalize Guest List/get all addresses * November
Send Save the Dates * December
Book Officiant
Pre-Marital Counseling (Continues through May)
Order Guest Book
Hotel Room Blocks * Signing contract this week
Hire a Calligrapher
Engagement Announcement 
MOB and MOG dress shopping
Find Wedding Shoes
Find Wedding Jewelry
Find Garter
Book makeup artist & hair stylist
Take Bridal Portraits & hair/makeup trial
Find a seamstress
Get my moms dress fitted/cut off for rehearsal dinner
1st dress fitting 
2nd dress fitting 
Order ceremony programs
Order invitations
Mail invitations
Book wedding night hotel room
Book rehearsal dinner venue
Book rehearsal dinner music
Rehearsal dinner dress
Book trolley for bridal party
Buy bridal party gifts
Bachelorette party
Pick out all personalized items for reception (coozies,straws,drink stirrers, napkins)
Make a list of all DIY items to be made for reception
Bridal Shower
Pick out/purchase wedding bands
Picture list for photographer
Get marriage license
Pick out/order wedding favors
Make sure all final payments to vendors are made
Book transportation from reception to hotel
Book honeymoon (Still debating where we want to go)
Rehearsal dinner invitations
Music selections for band and ceremony artist
Book wedding night hotel room
Wedding announcement 
Say I do!!!!!! 


Suggestions are always greatly appreciated from experienced ladies out there on what I might be missing! 
Happy Wednesday!

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