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Get Ready to Say "I Do": Preparing for Your Big Day with Just 4 months left

Planning for a wedding is no easy task, and it can be overwhelming to think about the sheer amount of details that must be taken care of before your big day. With only four 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!

4-6 months

-ensure wedding rings have been purchased and sized

-start planning wedding rehearsal

-nail down any last minute beauty service add ons before its too late to add more

-start to nail down timelines with vendors and ensure they’re coordinated 

-finalize honeymoon plan


Dont forget to ensure rings are properly sized and ready to pop on when you say I do! Make sure someone is in charge of holding on to them and making sure they make it to the final destination and don't forget to make the decision on whether to place your engagement ring on another finger or slide the wedding ring on in front of it before hand so that you dont feel stressed making the decision last minute.


are you having a simple dinner after your wedding rehearsal or will it be a pre-party? Make sure everyone involved in the wedding rehearsal has been notified and given their invites. Once all of that is taken care of, it's time to book the space for your rehearsal dinner. Want a little weight off your shoulders? Book your hair and makeup artist for a quick glam sesh!

Lash Minute Add-ons

Not all vendors that require a head count, can make last minute accommodations. If you need to add a service for hair and makeup ensure its done in a timely manner otherwise stylists may not be able to accommodate the add on!


Throughout the wedding planning process, it is essential to maintain communication and coordination between all vendors. This is especially true when considering beauty services, as the photographer and stylists must be very aware of each other's timelines to ensure that there are no confusions or misinterpretations. 

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