Other posts in this wedding planning series:
What to do when you get engaged
What to do 6-9 months before your wedding
What to do 4-5 months before your wedding
What to do 2-3 months before your wedding
Start writing your vows, if you haven’t already.
Finalize readings and songs for the ceremony. Review them with the people that will be performing them.
Meet with your Officiant to finalize his or her words.
Once your alterations are complete, have another bridal gown fitting. You want to leave enough time to make adjustments, if necessary. Take a friend with you so you can get an opinion on the cut and fit.
Write thank you notes.
Stock up on nice thank you notes, envelopes, pens, and stamps. Begin writing thank you notes for any gifts received so far. Update your registry and add more items to it, if necessary.
Hang with your girls or guys.
Schedule a casual luncheon with your bridesmaids or groomsmen. Take this time to relax and enjoy those you consider special enough to be included in your wedding party. This would be a great time to give them any gifts you’ve purchased for them.
Wedding insurance is a growing concern for many people. Should you get it or not? First, you need to find out whether your venue requires liability insurance. More and more venues are making this a requirement, so make sure you double check! In the grand scheme of wedding budgets, wedding insurance isn’t that expensive. And it just might give you peace of mind.
You’re almost there!! Yay!
Check back for more wedding planning tips. If you’re in the Detroit or Ann Arbor areas, contact me for help!