Exclusive 12-MONTH
WEDDING PLANNING GUIDE

Our 12-MONTH WEDDING PLANNING GUIDE will be an invaluable resource to you
& your significant other as you make ALL the wedding decisions for your BIG DAY! Each month, refer to our comprehensive checklist below as a guide in helping you choose which Venues, Vendors, Entertainers or Married Life Services you will need. You can also chart your 'year of planning' along with your wedding planner.

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TIME OF YEAR

Consider the time of year to have your Maine wedding. All seasons are beautiful in Maine, but rates and availability may vary greatly depending on the tourist season:

 

Spring (pre season rates), Summer (high season rates), Fall (end of season rates), or Winter (off season rates).

SIZE & MOOD

Determine the size of your wedding, which will help getting accurate quotes from vendors. How many guests do you expect, will it be friends, family and acquaintances, or just close family?

 

Next consider the "mood" you prefer
-- a  small & intimate gathering, or a grand scale (ballroom) event! Inside or outside, or both?

PINTEREST PLANNING

Our Wedding Vendor Pinterest boards feature
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all in one place -- Maine vendors organized by category, boasting what they can bring to your wedding planning needs. Browse more than 35,000 inspirational pins to make planning easy, stress free & sharable.

 

Once you have announced your engagement and wedding date, the planning begins!

How Much Does A Wedding Cost?

The average Maine wedding costs $30,000. Use this free online calculator byto
estimate the costs of your dream Maine wedding. Please note these are estimates and subject to change.
Always contact the wedding vendor directly to get the most accurate numbers.

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Let's begin! It's one year until your wedding,

choose a month below for guidance on its planning:

Introduction: The Very First Thing

Expert Wedding Planner Diane York of Diane York Weddings & Events of Portland, Maine says the FIRST THING for couples to do is:

 

Choose your wedding day or weekend dates:

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, OR opt for less in-demand weekdays. Once you decide on the date,
the rest falls into place.

 

Diane also recommends sending "Save the Date" cards now, to help friends & family plan for vacations & travel arrangements for the coming year.

View Diane York Weddings & Events Profile »

CHOOSE A STATIONERY PROVIDER FOR:

Save-the-date cards  •  wedding invitations

rehearsal dinner invitations  •  showers & party invitations programs  •  seating  •  place cards  •  etc.

 

Don’t be shy to ask the stationer for samples of the
finished products, and revise them to suit your needs.
Diane York also adds to keep in mind "hand engraving"
can take up to two months for delivery!

View Invitations & Custom Printers »

#12

Twelve Months

To Go

Announce engagement

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Arrange for your families to meet, if they haven’t already

Work out your budget. Determine how much you have to spend, based on your families’ contributions plus your own.

Diane says, “expect to spend 40% - 45% of your budget on the food & bar”. She also suggests that hiring a wedding planner at this early stage will help you prioritize on where you would like to spend your money. Decide what type of wedding you want: size, location, time of day, etc.

Start the guest list. Diane suggests making an A-List & B-List. As RSVPs come in, you can move people from one list to the other

Diane says to take into account how many parties will be in the decision making for the guest list. Once you have made the decision on how many guests your budget allows, divide that number by the parties that are doing the inviting (ie. 120 people divided by 3 parties = 40 people to invite per party). Make a head count database to use throughout your planning process, with columns for contact info, RSVPs, gifts, and any other relevant information.

Diane recommends at this stage of the planning to begin booking now your main vendors from our Photographers & Videographers, Music, Bands, & DJs, Catering & Cakes, Florists, Ministers, Pastors & Notaries Public & Invitations & Custom Printers

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Wedding Planners

Invitations

Ministers

Florists

Bands & DJ's

Caterers & Cakes

Photographers

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "12 Months to Go."

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

#11

Eleven Months

To Go

Book a Ceremony Venue, Reception Venue and/or Place of Worship

Decide whether to have separate locations for the ceremony and the reception, factoring in travel time between the two places

Create your own Wedding Pinterest Boards and keep all of your ideas, inspirations, pictures & vendors in one place ~ to make your planning easier

Use our Vendor & Inspirational Pinterest Boards as your visual guides. We’ve gathered 35,000+ pins to inspire your imagination

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Reception Inspiration Board

DIY Reception Inspiration Board

Ceremony Venues

Reception Venues

Places Of Worship

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "11 Months to Go."

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Will you need Bar & Beverage Services?

Diane suggests checking with your Catering Service to see if they carry a liquor license

Start thinking about the themes and color schemes for your Reception Venues.
Contact
Balloons & Party Suppliers

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "10 Months to Go"

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Reception Venues

Balloons & Party Supplies

Bar & Beverage Service

Caterers & Cakes

Reception Inspiration Board

DIY Reception Inspiration Board

Purchase your wedding attire from our Wedding Attire vendors

You will need to schedule time for at least three fittings

Select the members of your wedding party

Best Man or friend, Ushers, Maid of Honor, Brides Maids, etc. Pick your wedding party
as soon as you’re engaged, people will start wondering who’s in

Purchase wedding shoes and start fittings

Bring the shoes along to your first fitting so the seamstress/tailor can choose the appropriate
length for your gown or tuxedo pants

Choose Wedding Attire for all wedding attendants ~ Bridal & Groomsmen

When shopping for bridesmaids’ dresses, be sure to allow at least six months for the dresses to be ordered and sized

Draw up your guest list

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "9 Months to Go"

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Start planning a honeymoon with a our Travel Agency vendors

Make sure that your passports are up-to-date, and schedule doctors’ appointments for any
shots you may need

Wedding Attire

Travel Agencies

Suit & Tux Inspiration Board

Now would be the time to reserve a block of our Hotel rooms for out-of-town guests

Pick three Hotels at different price points close to the Reception and/or Ceremony venue and/or Places of Worship

Will you need dance lessons?

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "7 Months to Go"

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Will you have a signature song?

Have you thought of a Play List for the Bands or DJs?

Dance Lessons

Bands & DJ's

Share with your venue details such as Décor & Lighting, Balloons & Suppliers  as well as rentals for Tents & Tables, etc

Draw-up wedding gift list or decide on a registry. Sign-up with at least three retailers

Order your Wedding Cake

Some bakers require a long lead-time. Attend several tastings before committing
to a particular cake

Start thinking about the menu from your caterer

If your caterer offers tastings, attend several before committing to the actual menu. Don’t forget to take into account vegetarian dishes & special dietary needs of your guests as well as a children’s menu. Diane suggests to start thinking now about the Signature Wedding Drink

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Décor & Lighting

Hotels

Caterers & Cakes

Wedding Rentals

Party Supplies

Start choosing wedding ring designs from our Jewelery Designers

Book Transportation & Limos if required between ceremony and reception

Consider limos, minibuses, trolleys, town cars or horse & carriage. (But know that low-to-the-ground limos can make entries and exits dicey if you’re wearing a fitted gown or fashionably tight pants)

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "6 Months to Go"

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Jewelers & Designers

Transportation
& Limos

Reserve structural and electrical necessities from our Tents & Rentals

Book portable toilets for outdoor events, extra chairs, lighting components, etc.

Book Rehearsal-dinner Venues

Negotiate the cost and the menu. If you’re planning to host a day-after brunch for guests,
book that place as well

Provide bridal shower guest list to maid-of-honor

Update registry lists for bridal shower

Book one of our Hairdressers and/or Make-up Artist if required

Make a few appointments with local experts to try them out. Snap a photo at each so you can compare results. Make sure they will be available to you on your wedding day. If you have a large wedding party, you should consider hiring two hairstylists and one or two make-up artists

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "5 Months to Go"

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Tents & Rentals

Rehersal Dinner Venues

Salons & Spas

Finalize the guest list

Finalize flower arrangements for ceremony, reception and personal flowers
(boutonnieres, corsages & bridal bouquets) with your
Florist

Book honeymoon from Travel Agencies

Make final selections and order wedding rings from our Jewelry Designers or Gifts & Favors

Reserve tuxedos for groom, dads and groomsmen from our Attire vendors

Finalize the Invitation design and ORDER wedding invitations

Don’t forget to order extra outer-envelopes, applicable maps & rehearsal dinner invitations.
Don’t forget that hand engraving can take up to 2 months for delivery

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Florists

Travel Agencies

Gifts & Favors

Invitations

Wedding Planners

Jewelers & Designers

Wedding Attire

Start composing a day-of timeline

Draw-up a schedule of the day’s events by penciling in each component (the cake-cutting, the first dance, etc.). If you have hired a Wedding Planner & Consultant, this is where their experience & skill will pay-off in spades ~ because managing a complicated & time consuming schedule on your
BIG DAY is priceless!

Purchase guest book/vessel for guest notes

Purchase ring bearer pillow or velvet case

"Bridesmaids dresses should be in by now," says Diane, and all bridesmaids & maids
of honor should try on their dresses and immediately make alterations, if necessary

Check to make sure all dresses are the same style, color, fabric, and sized correctly for each person. Make sure the shoe selection & color are correct, too

Meet with your Officiant and confirm that you have all of the official documents
for the wedding

Diane says that it’s important to go over the ceremony with the officiant, to make sure that your expectations are met and begin the process of writing the content for your vows and finding appropriate material for readings

Request time off from work for your Honeymoon

Order or make Wedding Gifts & Favors

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Finalize signature drink options with your Caterers or Bartending Service

Finalize your menu with the Reception Venue

Make final arrangements for your Wedding Rehearsal Dinner

Ministers & Officiants

Bar & Beverage Services

Wedding Attire

Gifts & Favors

Reception

Venues

Caterers & Cakes

Rehersal Dinner Venues

Suit & Tux Inspiration Board

Reception Inspiration Board

DIY Reception Inspiration Board

Write and mail bridal shower thank-you notes

Arrange passports/visas/vaccinations for your Honeymoon

Make final selections & purchase the rings from our Jewelers

This will give you time for resizing and engraving

Select gifts for attendants and parents from our Gifts & Favors

Arrange for your Maine Marriage License

See our Destinations Section for 13 hand curated Maine towns & cities, complete with FREE downloadable & fully printable Intentions to Marry in the State of Maine forms, as well as
quick step-by-step reference materials on how to get your marriage license in each town

Attend your bridal shower

Send out the Invitations

The rule of thumb: Mail invitations six to eight weeks before the ceremony, setting the RSVP
cutoff at three weeks after the postmark date

Keep a record of RSVP cards you receive

Start drafting your wedding vows, if writing your own

We want to give you a FREE gift to remember us by, and for us to play a small part of your destination Maine wedding experience. We have painstakingly designed a dozen full color downloadable Free Wedding Certificates that you can have professionally printed. Each is handcrafted & designed as a work-of-art ~ a beautiful representation of your union, worthy of framing and hanging on your wall!

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "2 Months to Go"

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Jewelers & Designers

Wedding Destinations

Invitations

Gifts & Favors

View Downloadable Certificates »

Enter RSVPs into your guest-list database

Phone people who have not yet responded. Diane says when you have received all of your RSVPs, start your seating plan

Make a list of the people giving toasts

Which loved ones would you like to have speak at the reception? Ask them now

Assemble guest room Gifts & Favors for out-of-town guests

Schedule a haircut appointment for the groom for a week or two before
the wedding with our
Salons & Spas

Find something old, new, borrowed and blue

Arrange for your Bachelor/Bachelorette Party

Arranging a night out with your girlfriends/male friends generally falls to the maid-of-honor/best man. But if she/he hasn’t mentioned one to you by now, feel free to ask — for scheduling purposes, of course! ~ if a celebration is in the works

Buy thank you gifts for attendants from our Gifts & Favors

Check in with the Reception Venue about parking arrangements and any special seating requirements (i.e. handicapped, children or elder needs)

Check in with the Florist to make sure the types of flowers in the colors you ordered
will be available in one month

Check in with Catering & Cakes to make sure the special diets, foods & drinks you’re requesting will be available

Check in with the Photographer/Videographer to go over special photo scenes & poses, requests, location shots & videography needs are noted

Check in with Transportation & Limos to go over the route and any special needs
that may arise

Order menu cards, seating & place cards as well as programs from our Invitations & Custom Printing

If you are not going to have your seating and place cards custom printed, begin to write/print them yourself

Finalize your music selection

Provide a list of music you would like played during the reception and for special moments with your Music, Bands & DJs. What should be playing when the wedding party is announced? During dinner? To kick off the dancing? Keep a running list of what you want—and do not want—played. You should come prepared with a wish list

Draw up your final seating plan

Pick up your wedding rings

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Write your wedding speech/toast

Prepare bride and groom emergency kits

Start breaking in your wedding day shoes

Book your Day Before The Wedding Spa, Massage, Manicure & Pedicure including tanning and any other pampering treatments

Check in with Legal Arrangements to make sure you haven’t overlooked any details or change-of-name forms that need a signature and notary stamp

See your seamstress or tailor for final fittings

Check honeymoon arrangements with your Travel Agent to make sure flights are still available, weather is not going to be a factor in your travels, extra baggage is allowed, possible international travel restrictions are announced or flights are canceled due to booking conflicts

Finalize the content of your vows and any readings with your officiant,
family members or friends

Distribute copies of selected readings and songs to all ceremony participants

 

Gifts & Favors

Legal Services

Photographers

Wedding Attire

Reception Venues

Transportation
 & Limos

Travel Agents

Salons & Spas

Florists

Invitations

Jewelers

Bachelor(ette)
Parties

Caterers & Cakes

Music & Bands

Ministers & Officiants

Suit & Tux Inspiration Board

Reception Inspiration Board

DIY Reception Inspiration Board

Pick-up all Wedding Attire

Try them on one more time to make sure they fit perfectly

One
Week

One Week From

Your Wedding

Have the groom and groomsmen pick-up their tuxedos

Do a dry run and try on all garments to make sure fit, styles & colors are correct for each person

Send the final guest list to the Catering & Cakes, Ceremony Venue and/or Reception Venue hosting your wedding-related events

Typically, companies close their lists 72 hours in advance

Confirm wedding day details with all vendors

Distribute wedding day timeline and contact list (of all the major players
– vendors & family/friends in your wedding) to ALL of your vendors

Arrange for someone to send your wedding dress to an Attire preservationist
and return the groom’s tuxedo to the tuxedo rental store

Wedding rentals are usually from Fridays - Mondays

Put tips in envelopes to be handed out at the event and delegate small wedding-day tasks

Choose someone to carry your things, someone to be in charge of gifts (especially the enveloped sort), someone to hand out tips, and someone to be the point person for each vendor

Double-check all arrangements

Confirm times for hair & makeup for Wedding Day. Confirm day of pampering
for the Day Before the wedding

Pack your baggage for your honeymoon and collect currency
from your bank or AAA. Notify your bank of your travel dates and location

Check in with your Minister, Pastor or Notary Public

Make sure they have the correct address(es) for the Ceremony and/or Reception Venue

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

Reception Venues

Cakes & Caterers

Salons & Spas

Travel Agents

Ministers & Officiants

Ceremony Venues

Wedding Attire

Suit & Tux Inspiration Board

Reception Inspiration Board

DIY Reception Inspiration Board

One
DAY

One Day From

Your Wedding

Drop off accessories at the wedding site – programs, yarmulkes, unity candle, etc

Check with the location manager at your Venue to coordinate Balloons & Party Supplies
for decoration completion and delivery of
Tents & Rentals

Email or hand deliver your final revised seating chart and drop off seating cards

Deliver guest room Gifts & Favors to all applicable Hotels

Have a Spa Treatment, Massage, Manicure & Pedicure, tan and any
other pampering treatments

Hold a Rehearsal Dinner

Go over wedding day timetable with attendants. Nominate attendant to take care of day’s schedule and any problems that may arise so that you can enjoy the day. Include every member’s contact information, along with the point people you’ve asked to deal with vendors, if problems arise. Give attendants and parents thank you Gifts & Favors

Relax and have an early night!

If you haven’t hired a Wedding Planner & Consultant, this is where their experience & skill will pay-off in spades!

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

View Wedding Planners & Consultants »

Because managing a complicated & time consuming schedule on your BIG DAY is priceless!

Tents & Rentals

Party
Supplies

Wedding Planners

Spas & Salons

Gifts & Favors

Hotels

Rehersal Dinner Venues

The
Big Day

The Day Of
Your Wedding

The secret to a stress-free wedding day? Scheduling enough prep time! About a month ahead of your wedding date, work out a day-of timeline with your wedding planner/consultant and all of your Wedding Professionals:

Here is a complete breakdown, in order of priority,
of what should happen when on your wedding day:

Have a good protein-filled breakfast to start, you have a long day ahead of you

Make sure all Attire is complete

The Bride(s) and attendants start their hair & make-up; attendants will go first,
finishing with the Bride(s)

The Photographer will arrive at least one hour before Ceremony time

This gives him/her plenty of time to capture the details — gown, shoes, jewelry, flowers, etc.

If you have more than yourself plus four getting hair done, ask your stylist
to bring an assistant to cut down on time

For makeup, add an assistant after yourself, plus two

If you're traveling to a Salon, double the travel time you anticipate

Better to have too much time than not enough

Pre-ceremony photos of the Couple and their families

Two to three minutes per shot; more if the groups are very large, and less if they are very small. You must also consider how punctual the groups tend to be and possibly cushion the schedule to allow for unexpected delays

Are you planning a First Look?  Allow an extra 15-30 minutes

Groom(s) and groomsmen arrive: An hour and a half before the Ceremony

Bride(s) and bridesmaids arrive: An hour before the Ceremony

Make sure you are hidden before your guests arrive, so they don't get an early peek at your gown

If the Bride isn’t taking photos at the church prior to the Ceremony, then she can arrive moments before walking down the aisle and wait in the limo until it's time

Ideal Ceremony Length: 30 minutes

It's enough time to have meaningful readings and music to make your Ceremony unique and memorable

Maximum gap between Ceremony and Reception: One hour

Any more than that, and it is recommended suggesting places for your guests to visit between the Ceremony and Cocktail Hour

Family Photos: Two to three minutes per shot — if your family is properly organized

Wedding Party: Two to three minutes per shot. Keep it simple

Didn't have a first look?

Allow 30 minutes post-ceremony for photos of you and your bride or groom. If you did have a first look, you'll still want 15-20 minutes post-ceremony for just the two of you

Save photos of very large groups (like classmates, coworkers, and large extended family groups) for the reception, when your DJ or bandleader can make an announcement to gather everyone

You'll be able to take photos much faster than tracking down 50 people during the Cocktail Hour

The best way to save time taking photos is by being prepared

Compile a list of all the necessary shots and who is in each one. This ensures the couple and their families have all of their needs met, while saving a lot of time and confusion while shooting. It also allows to politely manage family members who ask for additional shots during the session

Also, think about where exactly you'll want to take your photos

If your Photographer isn't familiar with the site, see if he or she wouldn’t mind scouting it out.
This is a huge time saver on the wedding day

Ideal length of the Reception: Six hours

This will allow an hour for Cocktails, two hours for Dinner, and three hours for Dancing

 

Some vendors in Maine offer deals on packages, or deeply discounted off-season rates.

 

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "The Big Day."

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Wedding Planners

Photographers

Wedding Attire

Reception Venues

Transportation
 & Limos

Salons & Spas

Florists

Jewelers

Caterers & Cakes

Music & Bands

Ceremony Venues

Suit & Tux Inspiration Board

Reception Inspiration Board

DIY Reception Inspiration Board

View Seasonal Deals & Discounts »

 

Order Of Events At Your Wedding Reception

Introduction of the Attendants and the Wedding Couple

 

First Dance: The most common timing is immediately after the Couple enters the Reception,
but you can also do your first dance following the conclusion of Dinner or right after Dessert

 

Father/Daughter(s) Dance: Immediately following the First Dance

 

Mother/Son(s) Dance: Immediately following the Father/Daughter(s) Dance.
Or, sometimes, this dance is shared with the Father/Daughter(s) Dance

 

Welcome Toast: Given by the Father of the Bride or Groom or by the Couple

 

First Course (salad/appetizer) Served

 

Toasts: Ladies First! Start with the Maid of Honor, followed by the Best Man

 

Second Course (main course) Served

 

Toasts: Friends of the Couple can give a toast here, if desired

 

Guests invited to dance: Open up the dance floor, and get the party started

 

Cake Cutting: Two hours before the reception ends. The cake will then be passed on trays
or set on a table alongside other fun sweets for guests who may want a sugar boost
after dancing for a while

 

Late-night Snacks: A popular trend, many Couples start passing around bite-size snacks
at this point to refuel guests

 

Farewell: If you're doing a sparkler farewell, for example, have guests start lining up
about 10 minutes before you plan to exit

Life

We've gathered ALL the things you need for "After Your Wedding."

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Legal
Services

Invitations

Venues

Vendors

Entertainers

Services After
You Are Married

We've gathered ALL the things you need for your "Married Life."

See the vendors in this section for a link to their Category Page on our website, or their Pinterest Category Board and Pinterest Inspiration Board.

Financial Planners

Insurance
Vendors

Specialty Services

Legal Services

Coaches & Counselors

Family Building

Realtors

Never far from a notepad, we are clearly fans of lists. And there is one area where lists are an absolute non-negotiable: wedding planning. With all the blogs, Pinterest boards, and magazines devoted to picture-perfect weddings, it's easy to get overwhelmed by it all. From flowers to favors and vows to venues, there are many decisions to be made. Organizing your to-do's in a timeline format is important in making sure the right tasks get accomplished at the right times, especially when some matters are time sensitive, like ordering a wedding dress or booking a venue.

 

While we can't promise your wedding planning will be entirely stress-free, following our timeline will help keep you on the road to happily ever after. Just don't forget to roll down the windows and crank up the music. You're getting married!