Wedding Timelines and Deadlines By Theresa Moss You're engaged and now it's time to begin planning. Where do you start, and who do you talk too? It's important that you focus on the numerous details, associated with planning such an event, and this includes the checklists. Knowing who to talk to, and when, where do you need to go? And how do you protect yourself from wedding vendors and suppliers who may take advantage of a naïve bride? What questions do you ask? And what is the right answer? How many times should you meet with a wedding vendor/supplier? And how can you tell if the vendor/supplier is going to do what you pay them to do? Exactly what is expected of me? And how do I proceed if I don't like the vendor/supplier that I've chosen? How far in advance should I retain a vendor/supplier? And will I be charged more, if I contact them at the last minute? Will I be held responsible for a cancelled wedding? And who should I talk to about fine tuning the details? And when should I meet with them? There are so many question for the hands on bride, but be assured that there are answers and if you plan ahead, you'll be less stressed if you make time for changes. The Check it off Series is a collection of wedding guides, that focus on the details, deadlines, checklists and all the little extras associated with planning your wedding. Researched for nearly a year, the guides 'cater to the cautious consumer's conscience' by outlining the details in advance, so, if there are any last minute changes, you have the time to reorganize your plans with out the additional stress. T.
Louise is a professional organizer and the author of the Check it off Series, available at http://www.checkitoffseries.mysite.com.