Wedding Planning Checklist
A wedding planning checklist is an important tool for any bride begins wedding planning. It provides a time ordered list of tasks that must be met for a successful marriage. Usually follow a generic framework that covers a period of 18 months and a traditional marriage.
Because this general model does not fit every wedding, designing your own list may be a better way to get a list that meets all your needs and meet their time planning the wedding. Designing your own is not difficult and all you need is a generic list to help you build the basic structure.
You can find lists of magazines free wedding planning, wedding websites or online wedding planning. Try to compare several checklists to find one that best suits your wedding plans, some will be more complete than others. Also look for ones that come with added extras such as a wedding planner budget and planning guide will be useful for you.
Start by setting your checklist on the computer. You need a calendar handy too, especially if you have already booked some of the key elements of your day. You can use a word processor or spreadsheet to choose one that feels comfortable. From that day forward the following work on the free list. You can not have 18 months to plan your wedding, then set the time to fit the time available.
Each list should include all important elements vital to any marriage, as the ceremony, reception, invitations and transport. Putting these things first, then fill it with everything else you need. Follow the checklist to ensure freedom from things so that your wedding cake too soon or too late, leaving nothing, as your wedding favors.
When you have completed your list, save a copy on your computer so you can change later if necessary and print a copy to keep in your notes from wedding planning. You can also save a copy on the bulletin board and give copies to assist you with planning your wedding. As you work your way through your list to mark all tasks that are complete to ensure you have a continuous record of where you are in your planning.