7 Important Things You Have to Do 30 Days Before Your Wedding day!
It’s the final countdown! In 30 days, you’re going to say „I do,” but you still have a lot of things to do before the big day. At the one-month-out mark, you should be full steam ahead completing these final 10 tasks:
Jordyn & Michael | Charleston, SC
This is Your 7 Important Things You Have to Do 30 Days Before Your Wedding day!
1. Finish your packing list — completely – making sure to list every outfit you and your fiancé will need. You should have started the list months before but this is your change to tweak and perfect it.
2. Schedule hair, makeup and other beauty treatments: If you haven’t already had a hair or makeup trial, do these as soon as possible and then book your day-of artists. For any body or face treatments, including the makeup trial, schedule them earlier in the month because you never know how your body may react to a new makeup, facial treatment, or even a spray tan. Stress (good and bad) can cause your body to react in unexpected ways, and you don’t want to add more stress by having to deal with an adverse reaction too close to your big day.
3. Do your last minute shopping for clothing, toiletries, special perfume, etc.Make sure your fiancé has their half of the list under control. Sometimes grooms need a little help so that you don’t have to freak and stress about what they didn’t do a week before your wedding.
4. Complete a detailed schedule of all of your wedding activities and events — right down to the minute.Include vendors and your wedding party on this schedule.
5. Do an outfit run-through with all of your VIPs. Schedule all of your gown fittings and bring the accessories that you plan to wear from head to toe. This will not only give you a better idea of your overall look, but allow your seamstress to make any necessary modifications.
6. Send out your detailed vendor schedules to all of your vendors at least one week prior to your wedding. If anybody doesn’t respond within 24 hours, call them directly and get confirmation that they will, in fact, be where they are supposed to be, when they are supposed to be there on your wedding day.
7. Get a facial or massage. You don’t want to do either of these too close to the wedding day—you’ll risk having a reaction from the facial or sore muscles from the massage. A week or two before is a good time to enjoy some rest and relaxation.
No matter how much or little is left on your to do list, perhaps the last thing on this list is actually the most important: Repeat after me: Everything will turn out great.