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15 Things You Must Have On Your Wedding Checklist

Every event comes with a hitch, even the most well organized. And weddings especially can be stressful, regardless of the involvement of a planner. Because of this, it’s not enough to make a mental note of your to-do list; you need to write out a checklist of all of the things you need to do, significant and insignificant. This keeps you organized and helps you to stay on top of things.

 

To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of 15 things you must have on your wedding checklist.

 

  1. Set your budget
  2. Decide on the dates and book your church, registry and/or other relevant venues
  3. Book your officiant
  4. Start shopping for your dress, shoes, underwear and other accessories
  5. Finalize your color codes
  6. Clarify tasks and delegate responsibilities
  7. Select and schedule hair and makeup artists
  8. Get your grooms wear sorted out as well as your rings
  9. Create your guest list and send out invitations
  10. Decide and book your hire services, i.e. caterer, service staff, drivers, ushers, decorator, photographer, videographer and the D.J or live band, cake maker etc
  11. Choose your wedding party- Maid of Honor, Bridesmaids(if any) etc
  12. Order your wedding favors
  13. Book your wedding night accommodation
  14. Finalize the order of the ceremony and the reception
  15. Confirm all arrangements!

 

If there are other important items that need to be on this list, share them with us by tagging us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #ObaasemaWeddings.

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Priscilla Yirenkyi is a young lady whose passion is for the children and women mostly in the rural areas in Ghana. She holds a BA in Sociology and Social Work from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. She is currently undergoing a 1 year ministerial training at the Agape House New Testament Church, Accra, Ghana.

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