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#1 Brandy

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    Posted 09 August 2010 - 10:06 AM

    I have searched and searched and cant seem to find a checklist for this, does anyone have a AHR checklist that they would be willing to share, Thanks so much!!!



    #2 jszy10

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      Posted 09 August 2010 - 06:16 PM

      what kind of checklist are you looking for??



      #3 Brandy

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        Posted 10 August 2010 - 05:10 AM

        Just a basic one I guess, things I need to do like find a location, book caterer... thats the only big things I can think of, there is some much to do and I feel like Im going to loose track of it all and if I have some sort of checklist where its all in way place, Ill feel more organized, make sense? LOL



        #4 jszy10

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          Posted 10 August 2010 - 05:42 AM

          haha definitely makes sense!!  :o)

           

          The #1 thing is to find your date and location -- once you have that locked down, you're good to start reserving everything else.

           

          Next I would say, find your caterer, DJ and photographer (if you're going to have one...I'm just hiring a friend to save money)

           

          Figure out your decorations...mine is 11 months away and I'm already buying things here and there -- I found my silk flowers in the spring sale at Joann's at 75% off!!!

           

          Secure your baker for your cake

           

          Start making a preliminary list of who to invite, so you can add/edit whenever you think of it

           

          Register -- people who are not coming to your destination, and maybe some who are, are going to want to get you sometime...especially if you're having a shower

           

           

          I feel like thats all I can think of for now?? I hope this helps!!



          #5 Brandy

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            Posted 10 August 2010 - 06:10 AM

            Thanks so much, this will definitely get me somewhere!



            #6 josietoms

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              Posted 10 August 2010 - 01:00 PM

              I suppose it depends if you are having a full on wedding reception with a sit down meal or just an informal get together....... we are having a party which will take the form of an evening wedding reception.  The list I have in my 'scribble pad' is:

              • Guest list
              • Invitations & RSVP
              • DJ
              • Guest Book
              • Caterers / Food
              • Cake
              • Table decorations / Centrepiece
              • Postbox for cards
              • Display of some wedding pictures

               

              When I list it like this there doesnt seem to be a lot to organise - so why is it taking me so long to organise compare to the wedding - lol :-))))))  

               

              Hope this helps x


              Josie x

              #7 Brandy

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                Posted 11 August 2010 - 04:55 AM

                LOL! It doesnt seem like much, but add it to what you already have to do with the DW and it is overwhelming! Thanks so much, this is helping alot!!!!



                #8 AshleyL

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                  Posted 11 August 2010 - 03:38 PM

                  If you are doing a full out sit down meal, photographer, dj and everything then just look on the knot.com or something for their wedding checklists. We are just having an informal dance with a midnight lunch.
                  Getting married in Runaway Bay, Jamaica February 2011!!!

                  #9 amandasalways

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                    Posted 25 November 2010 - 02:16 PM

                    I am definately going to have to use this, maybe it will motivate me to start planning



                    #10 cgeris

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                      Posted 29 November 2010 - 02:31 PM


                      I agree - the "normal" wedding checklists usually end up being pretty helpful!

                      Originally Posted by AshleyL 

                      If you are doing a full out sit down meal, photographer, dj and everything then just look on the knot.com or something for their wedding checklists. We are just having an informal dance with a midnight lunch.







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