The key to a smooth-running wedding day is planning. You just need to sketch the rough timing for each and everything. Naturally, it seems a bit confusing too because you don’t have much idea how much time actually anything is going to take. Let’s go through how you can make a perfect wedding day timeline for yourself or family members.
Start Your Wedding Timeline From Scratch
Start fresh and use your ceremony time as a starting point. Make a list of all the tasks that need to be done on a special day and determine how much time it will take. You can plan your wedding day agenda accordingly.
Start Really Early
If your ceremony will start at 8 pm so you need to start getting ready around 3 pm. The bride will definitely take some desired time in the saloon to get ready. Then the portrait session will also take some time. So, starting your day’s preparation very early will be very good.
Consult To The Wedding Planning Experts
A wedding planner is usually the go-to source to assist you in creating a wedding day timeline. They have a very vast experience and they will plan your day accordingly. You also need to have a word with the other vendors in order to pipeline the things and provide them with sufficient time.
Add Some Buffers
There are going to be some very little (but important) details that you forgot to add to your wedding day timeline. Your wedding planner should be well aware of these things and can help you in this regard. If there is any kind of transportation involved make sure you allow a 10-15 minutes buffer in case there is unexpected traffic etc.
Photographer And Videographer
You must think of the time you need to be with your photographer and videographer to photograph or video graph your entire wedding day. If you want to have solo or couple portraits you need to be at the venue before the arrival of the guest.
Don’t Make Guests Wait To Eat
You shouldn’t make the guests wait to have dinner. Dinner should be served just after 20 minutes of the arrival of the bride and groom at the stage. Meanwhile the close relatives and family of the bride and groom can have their group photographs.