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Contact BartenderGirl.ComWe take pride in what we do for the fact that we service dozens of High profile clients every month, giving us the opportunity to take advantage of every aspect. See our list. We can work with clientele demands in any location around the United States, on land or at sea. BartenderGirl.Com will, plan, organize and event coordinate your event! The sky is the limit.

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One Year Or More Before Wedding
  • The Perfect WeddingAnnounce your engagement to family and friends.
  • Introduce both sets of parents, if you have not already.
  • Select a wedding date, time a possible alternate date.
  • Determine the style, size and degree of formality of your wedding.
  • Check with your clergyman to determine any pre-marital requirements.
  • Reserve the church, temple or ceremony site.
  • Plan the reception and book location as soon as wedding date is set.
  • Hire a caterer, if not included with reception site. Discuss menu.
  • Discuss how expenses will be shared with all relevant parties.
  • Enjoy your engagement party and promptly send thank you notes for gifts received.
 
Nine To Twelve Months Before The Wedding
Six to Nine Months Before the Wedding
  • Select and order bridesmaids dresses and schedule fittings and delivery date.
  • Arrange for limousines or other transportation.
  • Select and reserve florist and discuss color scheme.
  • Register your preferences with the bridal registries of your favorite stores.
  • Begin shopping for the formal wear for the groom and male attendants.
Four to Six Months Before the Wedding
  • Check requirements for blood tests and marriage licenses in your state.
  • Make an appointment for an exam with your doctor and dentist.
  • Select and order wedding rings.
  • Ask both mothers to coordinate and select their dresses.
  • Complete your guest list. (There should be no abbreviations).
  • Order invitations and stationery, such as direction cards and wedding programs.
  • Reserve rental supplies such as Bird cage, Mail box, wedding cake box.
  • Purchase gifts for wedding attendants and look for favors for guests.
  • Purchase accessories, such as toasting goblets, cake knives, flower girl basket, garter, ring pillow, candles, guest book and pen, etc.
  • Engage a calligrapher to address invitations, envelopes and write place cards.
  • Select baker and order wedding cake and groom's cake.
  • Finalize honeymoon details and make reservations.
  • Apply for a visa or passport, if necessary.
  • Ensure that all bridal attire has been ordered.
  • Experiment with hairstyle and cut, if your doing your own hair.
  • Begin shopping for your trousseau.  See more books about wedding Bargains.
Two to Three Months Before the Wedding
  • Send wedding announcements to the newspaper.
  • Reserve accommodations for out-of-town attendants and guests.
  • Choose the men's wedding attire. Be sure the sizes are correct.
  • You or your calligrapher should start addressing invitation envelopes.
  • Mail invitations six weeks before the wedding.
  • Assist the groom's mother with making reservations and finalizing rehearsal dinner details.
  • Finalize details with florist, photographer, Videographer, musicians and baker.
  • Set the date and time for the rehearsal with the officiate.
  • Schedule a formal bride portrait appointment.
  • Choose a responsible person to attend to your guest book.
  • Make an appointment with hairdresser and makeup artist, if you are to have it done for you.
 
Four to Six Weeks Before the Wedding
  • Invitations should have been mailed out by now.
  • Mail thank-you notes for shower gifts.
  • Get your blood test and apply for marriage license.
  • Have your final wedding dress fitting.
  • Have the final fittings for your wedding attendants.
  • Purchase a gift for your future spouse.
  • Have attendants' parties.
  • Finalize decor, food and beverage menu with the caterer.
  • Purchase going away outfit.
Two to Three Weeks Before the Wedding
  • Finalize a time schedule of the day with your wedding consultant.
  • Contact guests who have not returned respond cards.
  • Address and stamp wedding announcements to be mailed on your wedding day.
  • Arrange name change on documents for business, banking, insurance, etc.
  • Send change of address notice to post office.
  • Order travelers checks for honeymoon, if needed.
  • Pick up wedding rings; check to make sure they fit and engraving inscriptions are correct.
  • Meet with photographer. Give him/her a list of special events or props you want in the videotape.
  • Meet with the entertainer and give him/her a list of the music to be played during special events such as bouquet and garter tossing.
  • Continue writing thank-you notes for gifts received.
One to Two Weeks Before the Wedding
  • Write or have calligrapher do the place cards or a reception seating chart.
  • Provide the caterer with the final guest count and seating arrangements.
  • Confirm honeymoon reservations, pick up tickets and travelers checks.
  • Assign tasks for your wedding day; written out for each wedding party attendant.
  • Pick up wedding attire and make sure everything fits properly.
  • Finalize details of transportation for out-of-town guests and wedding day.
One Week Before the Wedding
  • Continue writing thank you notes for gifts received.
  • Pack your suitcase for your honeymoon.
  • Fill labeled envelops with gratuities for wedding day.
  • Make sure you have your wedding license.
  • Wrap gifts for bridesmaids and ushers.
One or Two Days Before the Wedding
  • Rehearse wedding ceremony with all participants in attendance.
  • Attend rehearsal dinner.
  • Give the best man the officiates fee and instruct him to deliver on the wedding day.
  • Give your gifts to the wedding attendants.
  • Pick up rentals for wedding and reception.
  • Get a good night's sleep the night before your wedding day.
  • Get a manicure.
  • Choose a responsible person to return rentals after the wedding and pick up the deposit for each rental.
On the Wedding Day
  • Remain calm and try to relax; perhaps with a long bath.
  • Remember to bring the wedding rings and marriage license.
  • Check with florist to be sure that flowers will be delivered on time.
  • Apply makeup and style your hair, or have it done professionally.
  • Start dressing two hours before the ceremony.
  • If pictures are to be taken before the ceremony, the wedding party should be ready about two hours before the ceremony.
  • Mail or have someone mail the wedding announcements.
  • Have music start about twenty minutes before the ceremony begins.
  • Have guest seated as they arrive.
  • Enjoy your wedding and SMILE.
After the Wedding
  • Have bridal gown professionally cleaned and preserved.
  • Write and mail all thank you notes as soon as possible.

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