You are the kind of person who loves organizing things. Maybe you keep a checklist to make sure that you won’t forget anything at home or at work. You probably have a handy calendar that reminds you about the birthdays of people who are close to you.

Now that you are planning your own wedding, you are probably finding it a little tougher to make it all work out. At Brown’s Run, we can certainly help you with many items on your list! Here are a few tips on getting your wedding checklist set up. 

To get started, you find many checklist templates online that you can download and print. These can be very helpful because the lists already contain the essential factors and elements that you should pay attention to at this point. Things like how many guests to invite, their names, seating arrangements, etc. The list will also remind you about the different providers that you need to get in touch with.

Most checklists you’ll find online have a time frame of 18 months. If you need more or less time, you can manually adjust and reformat some of its parts. If you are finding it hard to edit, you can use the online checklist as a guide for your own version. 

Here are a couple popular online checklists you can start with:

A calendar is a must for creating a handy checklist. You can use programs like Excel and Word on your computer, Or whichever program integrates with your smartphone like Google calendar or iCal. If you print your checklist, leave enough space so you can still add quick notes.

Wedding seatingFor providers, you can access websites that contain contact details of known companies and individuals offering various wedding services in the Middletown, Ohio area. You can view options for florists, churches, reception halls (hopefully you’ll consider Brown’s Run!) and a lot more factors that are easy to miss.

Wedding planning may appear tricky, especially when you are unsure about what else needs to be done. A comprehensive checklist that you can reference as the event draws near is vital. Do you have a favorite wedding planning checklist? Feel free to share in the comments section.