Congratulations, bride-to-be! You're only a few weeks away from one of the biggest days of your life. With so much to plan and organize, it can be easy to get overwhelmed. But don't worry, we're here to help. Here are some things you should consider doing six weeks before your wedding:
Finalise details with vendors: Your wedding vendors are key players in making your special day run smoothly. Confirm all details such as arrival times, setup requirements, and any last-minute changes with your caterer, florist, DJ/band, photographer/videographer, and any other vendors you may be working with.
Schedule dress fittings: Your wedding dress is one of the most important parts of your big day, so make sure it fits perfectly. If you haven't already, schedule your final dress fittings with your seamstress to ensure that everything is just right.
Plan your seating arrangements: Seating charts can be tricky, but they're important to ensure that everyone knows where they'll be sitting. Decide on your seating arrangements and create a seating chart for your reception to avoid any last-minute stress.
Confirm RSVPs: It's important to have an accurate headcount for your wedding day, so contact any guests who have not yet RSVP'd to confirm their attendance or absence.
Get your marriage license: Make sure you have all the necessary documents and identification required to obtain your marriage license from your local government office.
Plan your rehearsal dinner: This is a great opportunity to thank everyone for their support and celebrate before your big day. Coordinate with your family and wedding party to plan your rehearsal dinner.
Create a wedding day timeline: Work with your wedding planner (if you have one) to create a detailed timeline for your wedding day. This will help ensure that everything runs smoothly and that you have plenty of time for everything from hair and makeup appointments to the end of the reception.
Pack for your honeymoon: If you're leaving for your honeymoon immediately after your wedding, start packing for your trip. Make sure you have all the necessary travel documents and confirm any reservations you've made.
Practice self-care: It's important to take care of yourself in the weeks leading up to your wedding. Make time for exercise, healthy meals, and plenty of rest to help you feel your best on your big day.
By taking care of these important tasks six weeks before your wedding, you'll be able to enjoy your special day with less stress and more confidence. Remember to take a deep breath and enjoy every moment – it's going to be amazing! Congratulations again, bride-to-be!