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HOW TO CREATE A WEDDING DAY TIMELINE

Planning beforehand is the secret to a stress-free wedding day timetable. When the big day finally arrives, breaking your whole wedding day into an ordered timeline can help you stay on track.

Your wedding day will be jam-packed with excitement, primping, and nervousness from the time you wake up to the final sip of champagne. Make a reliable wedding timetable and share it with your wedding party, wedding organizer, and photographer to keep things calm on the big day. It will also help you arrange vendor deliveries and setup and dismantling timings.

What is the meaning of a wedding day timeline?

A wedding day timeline is a list of events that take place on the wedding day, It's also a list of activities, logistics, suppliers, VIPs, delivery, and other information that are important to the success of your event. There are so many moving parts, one minor hiccup might set off a chain reaction of complications on your wedding day timetable, so it's crucial to be prepared.








What Should You Include in Your Wedding Day Schedule?

When it comes to the parts of your wedding, a good wedding day timetable will address all of the following questions:


Who: Your wedding vendors, bridal party, and special guests.

You should make a list of everyone involved in your big day who plays a crucial role, including comments and contact information for each person.


What/Where: Contact Information, Roles, and Expected Deliveries

Make a list of the crucial things to remember, such as the ceremony and reception addresses, as well as your wedding night lodgings.


Before you start planning your wedding timeline, ask yourself these ten sample questions:


Do you want to have a first glance before the wedding with your fiancé?


Will you have a reception line or will you just greet your guests at their tables as they dine?


Will you participate in a first dance?


Before dinner, how about a blessing and/or welcome toast?


Do you want to have a cake-cutting ceremony?


Will you have a bouquet toss and/or a garter toss at your wedding?


What is the duration of your reception?


Will you have a grand exit (glowsticks, fireworks, etc.) and/or a getaway car?

Will you have a party afterward?

For your grand entrance into the reception, do you want to announce your complete wedding party or just the two of you?




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