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# Wedding Wednesdays

Updated: Feb 21, 2020

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

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.

16. Bring a Change of Clothing

I personally forgot this small detail for my own wedding. I was so wrapped up in making sure my wedding day attire was good to go I forgot to bring clothing to wear to the brunch the next day.

"Make sure you pack a small bag and enlist the help of a friend or family member to help get it where it needs to go," says Sayatovic.

17. Assign Someone to Take Your Wedding Dress

"Many couples forget to make arrangements for the wedding dress and tuxedo," says Sayatovic. "If you are leaving for your honeymoon the morning after the wedding, make sure you have a friend or family member to pick up your dress or return a rented tuxedo. As a wedding planner, I always offer to return tuxedos and drop wedding gowns at a cleaner for my clients."

18. Book a Hotel Room Block

If you're having guests from out of town, make sure to set up a room block. Most hotels offer room blocks of five or more rooms. With hotel room blocks, your guests will get a discount (at no cost to you) and guaranteed availability.

19. Arrange Welcome Bags for Out-of-Town Guests

"It's easy in the hustle and bustle of planning to forget that your guests' wedding experience actually begins when they arrive at their hotel," says Kylie Carlson, the CEO of the Wedding Academy.

Carlson suggests providing welcome bags with pertinent wedding weekend details to out-of-town guests.

20. Write Out a Do-Not-Play List for Your DJ

Though you might have meticulously planned your father-daughter dance song and your cocktail hour songs, you should also write out a do-not-play list for your DJ (because no one wants to be surprised with Sir Mix-a-Lot at their reception).

See what other interisting things there are that may be forgotten along the planning your nuptules in next weeks post and dont forget to check out the rest of our website while you are here

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