Vendor Booking Timeline With WeddingWire

Although my site primarily focuses on the photography side of events, I’m not opposed to sharing advice and expertise here and there to spark inspiration for my readers. Since wedding season is vastly approaching, what better topic to discuss than wedding planning?

Wedding planning has various stages–all exciting, but can be overwhelming at times. With any event as involved as a wedding, the logistics require diligence. The need to pay close attention to detail is crucial and I’ve found that with a little assistance from WeddingWire and their Vendor Booking Timeline, it can help make the planning process a tad bit easier and more organized. It’s important to remember that this journey should be an enjoyable and memorable experience for the bride and groom, so less stress is best!

One of the first steps in planning a wedding is booking your venue location. You should base your venue selections on your budget and theme. To help get the ball rolling, do some research on the venues nearest you or check out some of WeddingWire’s most popular locations to get an idea of the beautiful settings they have to offer.

Once you’ve booked your venue, the rest will follow. It’s important that all pieces of the event flow. Make sure that the other vendors fit your theme-you wouldn’t want nautical invites for your winter wonderland wedding!

As the big day approaches, the more pressure you might feel. But the good news is there are only a few more vendors to book! Luckily the men’s attire is something that can be saved for one of final steps; renting a tux is a less tedious process than wedding dress shopping.

And finally, the wedding favors and wedding rings- both still important elements but ones that can be done once the bigger items are taken care of.

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I hope all you couples planning your wedding find WeddingWire’s Vendor Booking Timeline useful!

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