The basic items that should be included on a wedding calendar to-do list include venue tour dates, meetings with wedding vendors and support staff, cake tastings, invitation and thank you card mailings, bridal shower date, travel or transportation schedules and reservation deadlines. Typical weddings require scheduling meetings for the planner to discuss wedding details with caterers, the cake baker, photographers, officiants, florists, bridal outfitters, venue hosts, and musicians or DJs.Continue Reading
Coordinating with the weddings vendors may require multiple visits, so start planning those appointments early. Every wedding has its own unique elements, so those organizing the wedding need to mark additional dates for researching, reserving and following up on any additional plans.
The main goal of creating a wedding to-do list is to ensure that all necessary details are taken care of and to alleviate the stress that is commonly associated with wedding planning. Scheduling time to do administrative tasks, such as balancing the wedding budget or writing invitations and thank you cards, is important for maintaining peace of mind and fulfilling the bride and groom's part of proper wedding etiquette. It may be necessary to enlist family and friends to complete these tasks. Any checklist items that involve the participation of someone other than the bride, groom or wedding planner should note the person responsible for making sure the job gets done.Learn more about Weddings