# Wedding Wednesdays
Updated: Feb 21
Wedding Wednesdays are Lets Go Big Tunes way to help make sure you dont forget anything on the big day. So I am sharing a few of the top 25 things that get forgotten along the way sometimes.
*content from https://www.brides.com
Don't let these wedding details fall through the cracks. written by Jillian Kramer and Kristi Kellogg Updated Jan 23, 2020 There are a million and one things to plan when it comes to a wedding. So is it any surprise that one or two or even twenty-five wedding details might fall through the cracks? "Planning a wedding—whether big or small—can be extremely overwhelming, especially when juggling a full-time job," explains Lynn Easton, owner of Easton Events. "Planning a wedding is essentially a full-time job. There are so many details and so many people, vendors, and logistics that have to be managed, so it's not hard to believe that sometimes a detail here and there gets overlooked." The 50 Mistakes Brides Always Make Here, expert wedding planners break down the top things you forget when planning a wedding. With any luck, this list will save you from forgetting these details, too.
11. Make Sure You're Using the Correct Invitation Postage
"Not only does the weight matter, but the size as well when it comes to your invitations," Wilson says. "Square envelopes and certain enclosures can carry an additional charge. This can fall through the cracks simply because people forget to ask, or don't know all these funny rules from the post office."
12. Check to See If Any of Your Guests Have Food Allergies or Dietary Restrictions
"Be sure to make note of all the guests who have food allergies or are vegetarian or vegan," says Easton. "Provide a list for your caterer noting where each of these guests are sitting—your caterer will love you."
13. Talk to Vendors About Potential Overtime
"Check in with your vendors ahead of time to see if they might be willing to stay later," suggests Wilson. "Even if you don't think you'll want to take advantage of this option, you never know how you'll feel that night. It's better to find out what those fees would be like from vendors, such as your DJ and bartender, ahead of time, as well as giving them the heads-up that overtime might be a possibility."
14. Factor Yourself Into the Guest Count When Placing the Final Catering Order
"Couples forget to add themselves to the guest count all the time. Make sure you've included yourselves as well as any dietary restrictions when giving the final count to the caterer," says Sullivan.
15. Order Vendor Meals
"Vendor meals can be easily forgotten if there isn't a wedding planner to coordinate it. Many vendors require meals in their contract and some, like bands, will also need a separate break room altogether. Coordinate this with your venue and caterer early to make sure you have met all of the obligations," says Sullivan.
See what other interisting things there are that may be forgotten along the planning your nuptules in next weeks post