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asked Jun 20, 2012 in Wedding Planner by sandra
recategorized Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous
  
 

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The short answer? Use Penny and Mary’s hatch tools.

But if you want other options, you can make checklists for keeping track of what needs to be done, as well as for vendor candidates and potential site possibilities. Try to find out how much are you willing to pay and compare prices. Also consider which time of the year you want get married in without spending a lot of money. There are receptions that offer discounts during the off seasons. Next, find the perfect wedding style/theme given your budget. And don't forget to ask your family and relatives how they can help you put it together.

Organize your wedding with a notebook, binder, or some other organizer. It’s also a good idea to add a calendar with blocks large enough to write in important events. You can also make a checklist with what needs to be done each week in the months before and what needs to be done each day in the weeks before the wedding. A personalized telephone directory is another possibility. You don’t want to have to look for the yellow pages every time you need to call your caterer. List all you vendors and contacts and carry that everywhere you go.


answered Jun 20, 2012 by pamela
edited Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous