If you’ve paid any attention to wedding checklists then you know that there are about nine hundred things you have to do before the big day and about a hundred that you have to remember the day of. Some of those checklist items are silly, superficial or totally unnecessary, but even after you ditch the items that don’t apply, there’s still quite a lot to do.
Though all the preparation and planning can seem overwhelming, it’s the day-of stuff that I found to be the most difficult. It’s probably because the majority of the day-of tasks had to be delegated and I was no longer in charge. Classic control issues. But it’s not just ‘control’ that can prove tricky on such a big day, it’s foresight. You have to prepare for all the little tasks that can or will crop up, and you have to find a person to fill in for each of those places. If you don’t have a wedding planner or day-of coordinator, then there are some key tasks you want to make sure you have assigned before the big day. Click here to read the entire article.
Article courtesy of Lindsey Satterfield, blog writer/social media coordinator for Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection.
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