Do not absorb too many obligations and tasks before your wedding
There are a ton of tasks, research, contracts and errands to complete prior to your big day. If you over schedule or under time you could end up missing out on some very important items that will make your wedding day a success.
If you expect to have a great wedding, certain duties such as work can take a back seat when the day comes close. It would be hard to focus on more than two different things at time. You might mess up one or both of them thus making things worse. It is important to delegate or make very tight schedules to make sure that everything is completed. It is your day, and you want it to go smoothly.
We suggest writing a long checklist and putting a time schedule associated with each task. Many people use either a calendar or a app to keep track. If you over schedule and or under time then many tasks will be forgotten or overlooked. Of course, as in life, there are unexpected bumps in the road. Plan for the bumps. Add an extra hour or day to certain items to make sure the timing is correct. IF you end up not using that time then use it for another task. After all most wedding parties and events take months to plan for.
There are certain things you will not be able to do until closer to the day of your wedding. We suggest you make a list of everything you need to do, and delegate some of them to friends and family you can thrust to carry them out. It’ll make your life easier and make them feel as if they are truly part of the wedding day. You don’t need to worrying about some of the smaller items. You’ll have enough of your time dealing with the wedding dress, bridesmaid’s dresses, wedding rings, wedding venue plans, caterers, photographers, and so many other items.
After all, getting married should be fun for everyone involved. If the bride and groom are not relaxed then neither will the guests.