Wedding Planning Flow Chart

how to navigate this wedding planning flow chart

Once you celebrate being engaged, you start to come to terms with the fact that you have to plan the wedding. Between Instagram and Pinterest, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with ideas. I’ve created the chart below as a way to simplify and visualize what you need to do.

A quick Google search will generate plenty of wedding checklists. However, they can include hundreds of thigs to do. That can be intimidating. Not everyone has a 12-18 month timeframe from engagement to wedding day.

The flow chart is designed to provide a general order of opperations. For example, you’ll need to generate your guest list, before you begin researching wedding venues. The size of your wedding will determine what venues you can even consider.

It’s your wedding so feel free to break the rules. If you don’t want to have dessert, you don’t have to. You can literally get marred without anything on this list, except the officient and marride license – you actually do need those.

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Overall Vision

Guest List

Budget

Primary Vendors

Catering

Planner

Rentals

Secondary Vendors

Officiant

Florist

Band/DJ

Attire

Hair/Makeup

Dessert

EARLY TO-DOs

Invitations

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Ceremony/Vows

Menu

Hotel

Transportation

Final Details

Day-Of Timeline

Rehearsal Dinner

Payments

Marriage License

pricing info

 

Wedding collections start at $3,900, which includes
– two photographers (for up to 10 hours)
– high res digital images with release
– online image gallery for viewing and print ordering

Just fill out the form on the right to check availability for your date and I’ll get back to you with some more information. 

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