Wedding Planning Checklists

Using a Wedding Checklist to Ensure Your Wonderful Event Runs Smoothly

This inspirational article is about the best way to plan your upcoming wedding so that it is a fabulous success. It shows you how every stage of the procedure can be organised by making wedding check lists and using the best wedding planning tools available.

12 Months Wedding Calendar

Making a 12 month wedding calendar is the first thing to do as it gives you the opportunity to list everything that needs to be done. This is one of the best wedding checklists you can have, and it will allow you to focus on what needs to be done, and followed up, and so on. It should be done in a large desk diary which has the upcoming year and some of the current year. The sections should include: 9-12 months before, 6-9 months before, 4-6 months before, 2-4 months before, 1-2 months before, 2 weeks before, 1 week before, the day before the wedding and if you like the day of. These last few sections of the wedding planning may seem scary, but remember that by doing things this way over a 12 month period, you will have plenty of time to organize and feel fully confident that your wedding will go like clockwork. Downlooad your 12 Months Calender here:

My 12 Months Calendar

Wedding Budget Planner

The thought of putting this and wedding spreadsheets together may seem difficult, but you do not have to worry, as you can print a ready made wedding budget planner and then just fill it in after you have given the various aspects some thought. It offers you an extensive list of important items that you may want to include in your wedding plan. This is also a great tool for estimating your wedding budget. It lets you fill in the budget that you have given yourselves, and allows you to change the percentages of how much money you would like to spend on different concepts such as the reception hall, the meals, the wedding cake, the flower arrangements, and so on. You can download and print the planner out here:

My Budget Planner

Wedding Supplier Checklist

This is one of the very important wedding planning tools. Planning your wedding does not need to be stressful, it is just a case of being organised and on top of the situation. It is also crucial that you only deal with reliable wedding suppliers, as this is one occasion that you do not want to be let down. The art of finding the right wedding suppliers entails spending a lot of time scouting out various different companies and looking at what they offer. Be sure to ask to see what they have done for other weddings, so that you feel confident and at ease. You can download and print the planner out here:

My Suppliers Checklist

The Wedding Guest List

This wedding guest list involved using more wedding spreadsheets. Firstly, you should decide on the number of people you want to invite. The number you need to come up with should also take both your reception size and budget into account. Making 4 categories “A” to “D” is an excellent idea: the “A” list should comprise close family members and very good friends; the “B” list, more distant family members and friends, the “C” list, friends of your parents, co-workers etc., and your “D” list, individuals who you have lost contact with. Then, if you need to cut it down, start fron the “D” list. You can download and print the checklist out here:

My Guest List Planner

Photography Checklist

There are many wedding checklists, and this is a really wonderful one that will bring you and your family a lifetime of glorious memories. Meeting up with the photographer is strongly recommended, and when you do so, discuss the moments that you would really like to be captured, and the type of backdrops that you would love. You can download and print the checklist out here:

My Photography Checklist

Wedding Day Checklist

So when it comes to your wedding planning, to guarantee the best day of your life, be sure that you do all you can to keep your wedding check lists up to date. You can download and print the checklist out here:

After all the work done, shine, be happy and enjoy your big day!

My Wedding Day Checklist