How To Plan A Wedding In 3 Months Or Less
While looking through some of the popular wedding sites, I found a lot of advice about the time needed to plan a wedding.
I also came across a poll that showed that over half of the couples surveyed began planning their weddings 12-18 months in advance.
But I was really surprised to learn that nearly 25% of couples do it in 3-6 months or less.
Of course, a lot depends on the size and scope of the wedding, and how disciplined you are when it comes to meeting deadlines and getting things done.
So for those of you who think you’re running behind, take heart.
Here is some advice from two couples that did plan their wedding in three months or less. There’s also a video with tips for planning a wedding on a short time-line.
Again, everyone – from the pricey florist in the famous flower market in Manhattan to the neighborhood florist in Brooklyn, where I live – was willing to work with my short timeline …
Perhaps your fiancé is in the military and is being shipped out in 12 weeks, or you just got a great job offer in another city and won’t have time to plan a wedding while you’re working.
Whatever your reason for speedy nuptials, it is possible to throw a gorgeous shindig and still beat the clock. Here’s how to stage your dream wedding faster than you can say “I do.”…
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Some couples start more than a year ahead, others 3 months. This video is filled with tips on how to effectively plan your wedding on a short timeline. See if any of them can help you.
What did you think of the articles and the video? Did you come away with a few new ideas? If so, I hope you’re putting them into action.
As you can see, to plan a wedding in just a few months may seem like a daunting task, but if you stay focused and organized, it can be done.
And with much less stress and anxiety than you imagined. I know, because I’ve worked with a lot of couples who have done it themselves.
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