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Wedding Planning Flow Chart

how to use this wedding planning flow chart

After the post-engagement bliss there comes a moment when you realize that in order to have a wedding you actually have to plan the thing. Sometimes it seems impossible to get from Pinterest boards and bookmarks to actual plans. This wedding planning flow chart is designed to help with that, in an easy-to-understand visual format.

There’s no shortage of wedding planning checklists available online. But they can be intimidating with hundreds of to-do items, right down to the spray tan. Not everyone has a 12-18 month engagement period to plan.

The flow chart is organized in an order to help simplify the tasks. For example, you’ll want to put together your guest list, before you start looking at venues so you know what size space you need.

The items on this page are just guidelines and there’s no rule that says you have to do anything on this list. If you don’t really love cake, you don’t have to have a cake. Seriously, you can get married without anything on this list, except the officiant and the marriage license – you actually do need those.

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Overall Vision

Guest List

Budget

Primary Vendors

Catering

Planner

Rentals

Secondary Vendors

Officiant

Florist

Band/DJ

Attire

Hair/Makeup

Dessert

EARLY TO-DOs

Invitations

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Ceremony/Vows

Menu

Hotel

Transportation

Final Details

Rehearsal Dinner

Payments

Marriage License

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