Your Timetable

Your Timetable

Careful planning and scheduling will enable you to relax and truly enjoy every moment of your wedding day. For a large formal wedding, arrangements should begin at least 6-12 months in advance to enable your suppliers to provide the best quality and service. Note: we recommend sharing some of the planning duties with your fiancé.

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Crisis Kit

Crisis Kit

You can break Murphy’s Law if anything can go wrong it will, - on your wedding day by being prepared. Create a crisis kit by decorating a basket in coordinating colors. As you think of all the possible things that could solve your wedding day emergencies, take the items and put them in your basket.

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Attendants' Jobs

Attendants' Jobs

Here are some of the traditional duties of your help for your wedding day. In addition to the countless other decisions you will make as you plan your wedding, you and your fiancé will need to choose your wedding attendants. Consider that at the average wedding, attendants include a maid/matron of honor, a best man, and two to six bridesmaids and ushers.

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