Tying the Knot Advises Couples with a Three Month Wedding Checklist in Time for Summer Weddings

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The ultimate survival guide for last-minute brides

Tying the Knot

There’s a lot to organise when planning a wedding, with many brides not knowing where exactly to start – but thanks to our resources and team of amazing experts, we’ve been able to give them the perfect wedding.

With summer proving the most popular season for marriages, many couples will have already started planning their big day months in advance - especially with a large majority of wedding vendors increasing their prices between the months of June and September. But for those who have left everything late in the day – as well as the year – Tying the Knot is on hand with a three month checklist for the perfect matrimony.

The time to finalise your details is finally here, but it may be overwhelming organising it singlehandedly. Get friends and family involved to do tasks such as calling photographers and caterers for availability and once finalised, sort out a list of ‘must take’ photographs as well as set a wedding menu.

A spokesperson for Tying the Knot commented: “There’s a lot to organise when planning a wedding, with many brides not knowing where exactly to start – but thanks to our resources and team of amazing experts, we’ve been able to give them the perfect wedding. Ultimately it’s about availability, as there’s no point planning something without finalising it. So long as you do your research well in advance, then you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.”

While there’s several issues to contend with to ensure the dream day, the most common problem faced by grooms and brides-to-be is: location. Whether it’s a church, registry office or a castle, take a look at Tying the Knot wedding reception venues – with a wide range of ideas to choose from, couples won’t have to worry about leaving the all-important bookings until the last minute.

“Other factors couples should take into account include writing your wedding vows, mailing wedding invitations, scheduling your wedding rehearsal and dinner as well as meeting with the officiant of your wedding ceremony,” added the spokesperson.

“However, these are usually the first things couples do – it all depends what your priorities are. Though if there is one point I should stress, don’t get the date wrong. It sounds like the most obvious aspect but people quite often write the correct day but wrong date – so make sure you have a calendar to hand, otherwise it could cost you both your time and money!”

From bridalwear and accessories to Lancashire wedding venues, make it a wedding to remember with http://www.tyingtheknot.org.

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