Two weeks Prior To Your Wedding Day

With two weeks to go, you can almost taste the wedding! You can visualise who will be there, and the sorts of fun times you both will have with them. It’s going to be such a special day because that’s how you’ve constructed it.

Pre-payments
wedding photography

This week, the focus is on:

  • final fitting
  • confirming numbers
  • paying all suppliers in full
  • photography plan
  • confirming bookings for restaurants etc

 

Wedding Dress Fittings

Have a final fitting for what you’ll wear on your wedding day and get any last minute adjustments made.

Two weeks to go, you can almost taste the wedding! You can visualise who will be there, and the sorts of fun times you both will have with them.

– Bronte Price

Headcounts

Finalise your numbers for catering for the after-wedding party – and for the brunch or BBQ the following day, if you’re having one. Remember some of your guests may like to re-live your wedding, or exchange tales about it. And some may be looking for something to do the day after your wedding, especially if they’ve travelled from interstate or overseas.

Payments

Make sure you’ve paid all your suppliers by now

Sharing Old Photographs

If you’re having a traditional wedding that includes photographs of family and other groups, then now’s the time to provide your photographer with an outline of the names of those involved in those groups, to enable the photographs to be taken smoothly and in an organized manner.

Booking Confirmations

Confirm any booking arrangements you may have made for restaurants, etc before and after your wedding. Include the final numbers you’re expecting.

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