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Get Ready to Say "I Do": Preparing for Your Big Day with Just 2 months left

With only two months left until your wedding, you may feel like there’s not enough time to get everything done. Fortunately, with a comprehensive guide on how to plan a wedding in just four months, you will have all the information needed to ensure that your special day goes off without a hitch!

2-4 months

-make sure your wedding/rehearsal dinner shoes are broken in!

-finalize all time lines, confirm all contracts and finalize all details with vendors

-beauty trial


A wedding hair and makeup trial is the perfect opportunity for you to make sure you look absolutely stunning on your big day! During the trial, you'll be able to  experiment with different looks, styles, and techniques until you find the perfect one to match your vision. You can also let your stylist know of any discomfort or dissatisfaction with certain elements that may arise. They are there to help create your dream look and are more than willing to start over if necessary in order to get it right.

The hair and makeup trial is also a great time to ask questions about products or processes that you may be unsure of. Professional stylists have years of experience and knowledge, making them invaluable resources when it comes to achieving your desired look. Additionally, they will be able to inform you of which products will stay on all night long so that you don't have any surprises come the big day!

At the trial, you should feel free to express yourself and communicate anything that may not be going as planned. The stylist wants nothing more than for you to love how you look on your special day and is willing do whatever it takes to make sure all expectations are met. With their expertise and willingness in tow, the end result could turn out even better than originally imagined!


It is essential to ensure that all timelines have been agreed upon, and that everyone is aware of when and where they need to be. Now is the time to pay close attention to the details of all contracts and  guarantees, making sure that everything has been finalized and booked properly. Take into account any last-minute changes or additions that may be needed, ensuring that all necessary preparation for the event has been made in full. Double check with key stakeholders to make sure everything is in order, from logistics to hospitality arrangements. Provide as much clarity as possible, so that each person involved knows their responsibilities and expectations. Doing this now will avoid potential problems later on down the line and help everyone reach a successful outcome.


Before the special day arrives, it is important to break in the new custom shoes you bought for the wedding. It would be a shame to experience painful blisters during the ceremony and reception, leaving you unable to wear them for the remainder of the event. There are many tips and tricks available online and with a few simple steps, you can ensure that your custom shoes will be comfortable on your big day!

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