What should I include in my wedding planner?

What should I include in my wedding planner?

A typical wedding planner binder has sections like:

  1. Guest list.
  2. Invitations.
  3. Venue.
  4. Wedding dress.
  5. Bridesmaid dresses.
  6. Groom's attire.
  7. Vendors.
  8. Registry.

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What do brides use for Something Borrowed?

Some of the more traditional ideas to check that something-borrowed bullet point off your to-do list include borrowing your mother's veil, a pair of shoes, a clutch, or a grandparent's handkerchief. You may even consider wearing the wedding dress your mother or grandmother wore.

What 4 Things is a bride supposed to have?

The famous wedding recipe derives from the Old English rhyme, "Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe"—which names the four good-luck objects (plus a sixpence) a bride should include somewhere in her wedding outfit or carry with her on her wedding day.

Can my dad see my wedding dress?

Many of the brides wonder if their father is allowed to see the bridal dress before the wedding ceremony. According to etiquette, there seems to be no problem, while according to tradition and superstitions, the groom is the one who must not see the gown before the ceremony.

Is it weird to take your dad wedding dress shopping?

That being said, it's definitely not weird to go by yourself dress shopping or with your dad. I don't think it's weird at all to bring your dad! Enjoy that special time with him. Bring or don't bring whomever makes you happy, it won't be weird.

Which side is the bride's father?

"The father of the bride typically walks down the right side of the aisle, having the bride on his left arm (facing the altar)," Jones explains.