Whether you’re experiencing the elation of recent engagement or riding the emotional rollercoaster of postponing your wedding due to COVID… Chances are, you are looking ahead to the next 12 months or beyond with some question marks over what to consider, when. We thought it would be helpful to reshare our 12 month wedding checklist. This is a guideline timeframe for anything that you might need to do over the next year. Or to reorientate you with parts of the process you might need to re-plan. Either way, treat the following as a checklist to help you put the puzzle pieces together. And if you’re looking for reliable suppliers that we can recommend wholeheartedly to help navigate the next 12 months with, look no further than our recommended venues and suppliers.
12 months? Until your actual wedding. No big deal. And it’s certainly not a big deal when you know what you’re doing. Which you will by the time you’ve gotten to the end of this post. We’ve featured many a wedding, answered many wedding-related questions, and worked with many a supplier. So you know that when we give you a 12 month wedding checklist, we know what we’re talking about.
We’ve narrowed down the key aspects of wedding planning, asked our expert wedding suppliers how much time they need to get things organised for your big day and put it all into an easy to manage wedding checklist. You can pin the graphic below straight to your wedding planning Pinterest board, download the 12 month wedding planning checklist and print it off so you can check it off as you go or save it to your phone for reference. Whatever helps you do this thing.
You can also purchase the Rock My Wedding Book, Your Day Your Way, written by our founder Charlotte O’Shea, which covers pretty much every aspect of wedding planning and is the perfect way to get your wedding plans off to a great start.
And if that wasn’t enough (you demanding beauty you), then you can listen to this episode of our podcast.
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If you want to get a headstart on your wedding planning we’ve included some useful links below. There are things like sourcing your photographer that can take a bit of time and also venue availability to kickstart your planning.
Also budget. The biggie. You’ve got a good headstart on spreading payments and working out how much you want your day to cost overall. Take the time, think it through, and read the post below for a good idea of how the typical wedding budget breaks down.