So that everything goes well on your wedding day, you should make a timeline with the main moments of your big day, so that nothing fails during the stress of the day and so that you can also ask someone to help you in your choice. of the right moments for each of the occasions and traditions, without you having to worry about this management yourself.
For this, it is necessary to know the duration of each moment of the big day.
The ideal thing would be to hire a professional for this service and to support you during the big day, so that you can enjoy every minute of it with relaxation and without stress. For this, nothing better than hiring a wedding planner who, assessing the style of the bride and groom and the couple’s preferences, together with their technical knowledge and a lot of training, not only helps the bride and groom in creating their timeline, but can also help them organize the big day.
However, if you choose not to hire professional help, I leave you some essential tips to help you prepare your timeline.
1 – Evaluates the time for each professional / Service
You should meet with all the professionals who will work on your wedding day and ask how much time each one will need to prepare and perform their service.
2- Includes travel time
A month before the wedding, he rehearses the routes and trips, from the preparation place to the ceremony place and later from there to the party place.
3 – Include safety margins
It counts extra time, even if there is some delay this will not affect the following moments.
4 – Includes time to relax
It’s a day full of emotions, accumulated stress and expectations are usually high.
Look for someone to help you prepare for the big day so that you can enjoy the moment.
Apply a little moment of relaxation of your own, between your preparation and the moment of the ceremony.
5 – Delegate tasks
This is one of the most important tips.
If you want professional advice, stay away from the coordination of the day so that you can make the most of every moment.
This day will not happen again and you must live intensely every moment or detail of your “D-Day”.
If you have a trusted friend or family member that you want to “sacrifice” you should delegate this verification task to her and get to know your timeline well. If you don’t have it, I strongly advise you to get help from a professional in the field.
If you haven’t met with the Wedding planner yet, it’s time to do so and check all the details so that nothing goes wrong on the big day. This way you can rest assured that everything will go well and enjoy the moment with relaxation and great joy.