My Still To-Do list
- Last updated on January 5, 2013 at 8:59 pm
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Still need to do:
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Order or make your wedding favors.
Design and print the ceremony programs if you are having one.
Keep track of RSVPs to all events.
If applicable, arrange for childcare during the reception or prepare some kid-friendly activities.
Create a list of must-take photos for your photographer.
Buy or make a guest book. Consider using a framed engagement photo with a large mat for signing.
Book your final pre-wedding beauty appointments: haircut, coloring, mani/pedi.
Order menus for the reception.
Create a wedding day timeline. Send this to your coordinator, musicians, DJ, caterer, photographer, videographer, florist, cake maker, officiant, transportation, and any other vendors that might need this information.
Meet with your officiant to finalize all the ceremony timing, readings, and details.
The deadline for RSVPs should be one month before the wedding. After this, contact the guests who have not yet replied.
Walk around the house in your wedding shoes for a few minutes per day to break them in.
Start putting together a seating chart for the reception. Ask your parents for their input.
Finalize the seating chart.