Which vendors need to get booked right away?
As you plan for your big day, the best way to check off all the tasks is by creating a wedding timeline that includes all the booking and organizing you have to do. Below you will find the next most important vendors that should get booked within a few months after you get engaged. If you missed the first set of vendors, click here, to find out which vendors to book when you are 12 months out.
6 months before your wedding
Now come the actual wedding invitations! Yay! This doesn’t mean that you have to mail them to guests just yet, but if you plan on stuffing, addressing and stamping them all by yourself, it takes time.
The Makeup Artist and Hairstylist
This is a must! Even if you are great at applying your own makeup and styling your own hair, hire the professionals, you won’t be sorry. Technically the trials don’t need to be until a month or two before your wedding day, you will want to book these at least 6 months before your wedding day, if not even closer to your engagement if they are highly desirable companies.
If you are looking to rent chairs, place settings, furniture, etc. for your big day, you will want to have plenty of time to coordinate the details of what you are renting.
5 months before your wedding
If you need to have transportation for guests for the evening now is the time to start looking at what your options are.
3 months before your wedding
The Wedding Rings
Finding your wedding band and your fiancé’s wedding band can take a little time, especially if you choose the custom route. Make sure to give this at least 3-5 months before your big day.
The Wedding Favors
If you are personalizing the wedding favors, it might take you some time to do that. Try to get this done around the 3 month marker so you aren’t stressing out the week before your wedding.
Planning a wedding doesn’t have to be stressful! Let us help you along the way so you can enjoy your engagement that much more. Head over to our Freebies page to download all of our eBook series “What To Ask Your Vendors” for questions to bring to each vendor visit.