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The How-To Lounge: Wedding Timeline, Part II

Weddings are notoriously stressful, but all it takes is a little organization to make them much more manageable and a wedding timeline can make all the difference in the world! To check out part two in our wedding time line series

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Nine months in advance

  • Not only do you want to start compiling your guest list, but you also want to start gathering up addresses. This can take a lot more time than it may seem. Often parents have an entirely different set of people that they want included, so compromise may be necessary at this time.
  • Choose your color spectrum, and decide which color you want your wedding party to be wearing.
  • If you're going the classic honeymoon route, then start planning now. You'll get the best deals by planning ahead.
  • Get your gift registry started. There is also the option of having money given to a honeymoon plan as well as going the donation route, so explore every possibility. There will be parties galore in the upcoming month, so plan in advance for your gift-getting bonanza.

Stay tuned in the next few weeks for part three of our Wedding Timeline, and if you missed it, be sure to check out part one.

To see all of our wedding coverage, check out IDoSugar.com.

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maryanny maryanny 7 years
Hey, my wedding is in 9 months! thanks for the timeline :)
crystalvillage06 crystalvillage06 7 years
Haha, I know just what you mean. I want to register at Pottery Barn since that is where I love to buy my home decor. However my family and friends will think that it is too expensive so I'll have to settle somewhere else.
crystalvillage06 crystalvillage06 7 years
Haha, I know just what you mean. I want to register at Pottery Barn since that is where I love to buy my home decor. However my family and friends will think that it is too expensive so I'll have to settle somewhere else.
almost-famous almost-famous 7 years
I swear I wish I knew people with Money, because I was would like my gift registry at Pier1. The people I know consider Pier1 to be too expensive. For the guest list, I'm totally reconsidering a big to even medium wedding. I may in fact just invite close people. Nothing like a honeymoon in Paris!!!
almost-famous almost-famous 7 years
I swear I wish I knew people with Money, because I was would like my gift registry at Pier1. The people I know consider Pier1 to be too expensive. For the guest list, I'm totally reconsidering a big to even medium wedding. I may in fact just invite close people.Nothing like a honeymoon in Paris!!!
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