Planning a wedding well requires a lot of organization. Fortunately we've got lots of free printable wedding checklists to help you out.
Start here, with a basic lists of the tasks you'll need to accomplish in each month of wedding planning.
In the swirl of your wedding day, make sure you don't forget anything essential for your ceremony, like your vows, programs, unity candle, or religious items.
You and your photographer may have different opinions about what are the must-take moments. Make sure they know what's important to you with this shot list.
Before you meet with your florist, know which flowers you'll need including petals for the flower girl, blooms to decorate the cake, and corsages for your grandmothers.
Planning a destination wedding means planning everything a little more in advance, so you need a special task list to keep things in order.
You might think you have everything you need for your kitchen, but a registry is an opportunity to get those special gadgets that make cooking fun, or to upgrade to higher quality.
Being married and setting up a house means that one day you'll be the one hosting the holiday meals, formal gatherings, and cocktail parties for work colleagues. Even if your entertaining style now is more plastic cups and the grill, you should register for some of these dining room essentials.
Changing your name isn't as simple as just changing your driver's license. Here's a full list of the agencies and organizations you'll need to alert to your new last name.