Photo: XO and Fetti Photography
We are strong believers in the art of being organized. Wait, is that even a thing?! It's probably part wishful thinking, but let's aim for it for the wedding day. You want to have ample time to get a gorgeous bouquet photo like the one above (by Laura Barraza photographed by XO and Fetti Photography) along with other details without feeling rushed and frazzled. We are more than painfully aware that staying on task requires some clever juggling and careful planning. Especially at your wedding. We highly recommend that you invest in a wedding planner. I repeat. Highly recommended. Speaking of planners, here are 18 Wedding Planners We're So Obsessed With RN.
Event Planners: Luxe Event Productions
To help you stay on task (good luck, you multitaskers) and manage your big day , we have a comprehensive Wedding Schedule for you. Back in the old days, I was a wedding photographer and I created this timeline for my clients. It was published in a post back in 2009. I noticed that it had been downloaded almost 1000 times in 2018 SO FAR . So, I guess it must be helpful and I better re-share this little gem. If you're looking for another super helpful timeline, download this Yearly Timeline Checklist. If you're a PNW bride/groom, consider Luxe Event Planners seen above to keep you on track.
Photo: Vanessa Hicks Photography
Speaking of timelines, here's a Groom's Timeline to Personal Wedding Prep and 5 Things Every Groom Should Do. Oh, and if you're feeling overwhelmed, be sure to read some very useful Tips for a Low-Stress Wedding Day. We're loving Vanessa Hicks, so if you're planning a destination wedding in Hawaii, be sure to look her up!