[Infographic] Complete Wedding Planning Guide and Checklist

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

There are so many things that go into planning for your wedding. Staying organized is key to help your preparation, planning and your special day go as smooth as possible. Digby & Rose has put together a wedding checklist that covers everything you need to be thinking about for the year leading up to your wedding. The checklist is itemized by key monthly, weekly, and daily goals to help make your wedding planning less stressful.

12 month wedding planning checklist

Embed This Wedding Checklist Infographic

Comments

  1. Jenna

    O_O I had no idea that much went into a wedding. I might be glad, one day, that I came across this list.

  2. AnngelaJoy

    This is a terrific list, but I didn’t see any reference made to preparing table assignments. Having assigned seating is not an easy task, but it certainly helps your guests to enjoy your reception to the fullest as you have chosen tablemates for them that (1) they know & like and/or (2) have similar interests.

    After guests buy you a nice gift, travel sometimes long distances and try to make your special day all that it can be, the bride (and groom) should do their best to ensure that the table at which they’ll be sitting for the evening is comprised of others they can relate to easily!

  3. Eileen

    I just got engaged 2 weeks ago and our wedding isn’t til Oct 2013 so i will be getting ideas from this list. Thank you!

  4. Kristin Allen

    I actually am a pastry chef and work for a bakery who specifically does wedding/specialty cakes. We have actually been on TLC, and are amongst the top 5% of wedding cake makers in the U.S. and would just like to throw this out there… if you wait until 4-5 months before your wedding, you’re not going to be able to get a cake from a super fantastic bakery. We recommend booking about 9 months to 1 year in advance.
    Just wanted to throw that out there!

Leave a Comment