Your wedding is just weeks away - it’s so exciting but I know… it still feels like there’s SO much to do!
First thing’s first, grab your ‘8 weeks to go action plan’ below - this is literally a life saver for those final few weeks!
If you’d rather ‘at-a-glance’ action steps, see below, and then watch the must-see video advice from me at this stage.
As always, if you have any questions, ask me inside the Facebook group and I’ll get them answered! I’m so so excited for you :-)
If overwhelm starts to creep in, go back to this video, it will get you right back on track.
If you're not using a wedding planner, have you considered a day-of planner (DOC) to take charge of everything on your Big Day? These are the questions to ask a potential DOC, and if you need a recommendation for one please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re not using a wedding planner or day-of planner, nominate one (or a team of) organised and trusted friends / family to be the point of contact on the day for your venue / caterer / photographer. Give all of your vendors their name and number. (This person must NOT be you!)
Create a day-of timeline if you are not working with a DOC or a planner (here’s a sample timeline but yours should be much more detailed!) and share it with your wedding party
Close the computer, have a weekend break, go to the cinema, book yourself a massage, have a quiet dinner with your fiancé, realise there is life beyond the wedding AND trust your vendors! Your vendors have probably been doing this for years - and you're paying them to do it! You have a lot to prepare in the last two months as the bride but limit the stress by knowing your vendors will do their job
Deal with planning politics and keep focused on the bigger picture (watch this video to get back on track)
Get your smash glass pouch ready! (As a Brides Club member, this is our membership gift to you :-)
Think about whether or not you want to see each other a week before the wedding (or just the night before)?
Get to know your wedding shoes! Feel them out, break them in… and if despite your best efforts they remain less than comfortable, consider investing in a comfier pair for the reception!