As it is officially 2015, we thought we would help all of the newly married couples by providing a typical wedding planning timeline checklist at the end of this blog post. We find that once the holidays are over, brides and grooms finally have the time to start organizing the details of their wedding. However, almost every couple we meet is a little overwhelmed about how they should begin the planning process.
While it's important not to sweat the small stuff during your wedding, it is equally as important to plan ahead so that you don't feel stressed as you drawn near your big day. By having a schedule, a bride and groom will stay organized and are more likely to have their bases covered when their wedding day arrives.
Booking your vendors is something you should do early in the wedding planning process as the best vendors will be less and less available as the year progresses. After all, there are only so many Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in a year, and you want to guarantee that you have the first pick of the best vendors.
Venues, caterers, photographers and DJ's are going to be your biggest booking priorities. Often times, vendors will run specials at the beginning of the year, as they prefer to fill their calendars during the first three months. As dates become harder to come by, prices are likely to be at a premium. By planning ahead, you will not only get the best bang for your buck, but you'll be able to check these booking milestones off of your list and focus on the details.
Check out this printable wedding booking checklist from www.herecomesthebride.com.