Congratulations on your engagement! Spread the word to family and friends.
It's time to party! Your family and friends can't wait to celebrate your big news.
Narrowing down a city and season will help you start researching venues. We recommend being flexible with your date until you find the perfect place!
Many couples use photos from their engagement shoot for their save the dates. Use this as an opportunity to show your personality!
Our Guest List Tool helps you track everyone, from RSVP's to meal preferences, all in one place!
All your questions, concerns, ideas and hesitations are welcome in the forums. These are couples going through the same thing!
Determine what you're willing to spend and who is paying for what. Our Budget Tool can help you stay on track of your spending!
Whether you're staying local or having a destination wedding, it may make sense to hire a professional planner to help things go smoothly.
Religious, civil or symbolic - you can find officiants of all kinds in our directory!
Finding your wedding colours can be really exciting - remember to keep in mind the type of venue you're thinking of and the season.
Plan and manage your Checklist, Guest List, Seating Chart and Budget Tool (plus more!) at your fingertips.
It's an honour to be included in your wedding party.
Now that you've narrowed down where and when, pick a few dates and set up some appointments to tour the facilities. Also make sure to compare what each venue includes in their packages.
Browse local and online options that best fit your newlywed needs.
It's time to reach out for those addresses, emails and phone numbers - you can start saving all of this information in the Guest List Tool.
It's time to reserve the space(s) you will need for the big day, and officially set the date.
The way to the heart is through the stomach, right? The average couple contacts nine caterers before selecting one, so choose carefully!
Share your love story, collect RSVP's and get song requests. Each site also comes with a custom guest app!
Traditional, photojournalistic, portrait - what's your style? Your wedding photos will be one of the most important memories of your big day, so take plenty of time to look around.
Rain, snow or whatever the weather might bring, talk to your venue to discuss a Plan B. Be prepared!
Create your wedding-specific code and share with your guests - unlimited photos, shared instantly, so you don't miss a single moment.
Add a survey to your wedding website to start getting suggestions from your guests.
Style, personality and budget are the three most important factors in choosing a photographer.
Dresses, tuxes and two-pieces, oh my! There's no one way to dress for your wedding - save your favourite looks from the Dress Catalogue.
Now that you've chosen your venue, make any adjustments necessary to the Guest List.
Your best people will make you feel your best on the big day.
Take time to schedule a follow up consultation in a few months once you've had a chance to research more angles and poses you like.
You have your engagement photos and your date set in stone. Start designing!
Get ready to hit the dance floor!
Bridesmaids dresses or jumpsuits, groomsmen suits or tuxes, mix and match as you please!
Eating right and exercise will help alleviate pre-wedding stress, making you happier and more relaxed!
Make sure to put hotel information on your wedding website so guests can stay in the know.
Journalistic, cinematic, traditional? There are many styles to choose from!
Fresh, silk or a mix of both - find some styles that go with your theme and colour scheme.
Requirements can vary by region - start getting informed now.
One wedding video, coming right up!
Lighting, centerpieces, balloons, vintage rentals? Look around at the vendors in our directory to get inspired.
Whether local or online, start looking around to get some ideas - schedule some appointments, too!
Another professional joins your vendor team - and you're one step closer to tying the knot!
Gold, silver, platinum - the options go on and on!
Tropical, mountain, beach or lake - research places to get away and enjoy being married!
Bring an entourage who will support you and make you feel beautiful.
You said yes! Congrats on finding something that makes you look and feel your best :)
You've started assembling the dream team! Add them to My Vendors to help you stay on top of every last detail.
This is the person who helps you say, "I Do!" Go ahead and schedule a later consultation with them closer to the big day to finalize the ceremony timeline.
Personalize your decorations to make your venue feel unique.
Cathedral veils, birdcage or a wreath of fresh blooms - look around and save your favourites.
Personalize your registry based on your needs. Make sure to include a variety of items and price points.
Relaxing as newlyweds is just around the corner!
Traditional tiers, cupcakes, pies or donuts - you name it, your guests will love it!
Include your wedding website URL for anyone who might not have it.
Don't forget envelopes! Sometimes couples opt to use the same designer for their menu and ceremony programs - up to you.
Choir, soprano, violin, pianist - book your perfect entrance.
Photobooth, chairs, chandeliers? Time to book!
Limousine, party bus, ferry? You name it, you can find it in our directory of transportation vendors.
Casual with a fun theme or chef's table at a trendy restaurant? Keep in mind the number of guests.
Just like artists, beauty professionals can truly complete your wedding day look and bring out the most beautiful you.
Sweet! Get it?
Make sure that the addresses you have are up-to-date.
Beautiful! See what we did there?
Meals, songs, who needs a hotel room, and who's bringing a plus one - all of this can be collected through your wedding website.
Submit the first round of paperwork. It's really happening!
Check to see if your reception venue offers accommodation.
Practice makes perfect! Decide whether you want your officiant to attend, and make sure to communicate details to the wedding party.
Follow up with an email or phone call to make sure everyone's attire has been ordered.
Say thank you in a way that is unique (and even check out DIY options if you're crafty).
Quotes, dates, intitials? Maybe check the community for inspiration and input.
Shoes, jewellery, headpieces, pocket squares - those details that really matter.
One more thing accomplished! Look at you go.
Guest books come in all shapes and sizes - find one that's right for you and your theme.
Put a ring on it!
Make the day run smoother and take some stress off the coordination between vendors.
Whether you're having a destination wedding or an adventurous honeymoon, make sure you have all your ducks in a row to travel.
If you're having alcohol at your wedding, personalize with a signature cocktail or two!
3-4 weeks before your wedding is ideal to give you time to adjust and have a hair trial with your new look.
A small "you mean the world to me" will do!
You and your partner have a one-of-a-kind love - think of something fun and special to make your wedding day true to you! Bubbles, sparklers, lanterns?
By now you should know if you'd like to do a first look, what kinds of shots you'd like, and confirm all timeline details.
Up, down, natural or dramatic - the choices are endless.
Make sure to communicate time, place, vehicles and if there are any guests with special needs.
Socks, headbands, bracelets? Think of fun accessories for your wedding party!
Maybe you have general questions about ceremony details, or are seeking a bit of advice, many officiants are trained to counsel you every step of the way.
Formal, family style, buffet or food truck, your food vendors should be aware of any dietary needs.
Pop, fizz, clink! If you choose to have alcohol at your wedding, now is the time to reserve it and decide on open or cash bar.
Trials are so important - make sure to bring a friend who will give you an honest opinion and take pictures with plenty of natural light.
Make sure to send this along to your band and/or DJ.
But no need to overpack - you'll probably want souvenirs!
Think of a start and finish time, and leave plenty of time for dancing!
Include timing, readings, participants and any additional fun details you think your guests will enjoy.
When to be where, who's reading what, and how to help make everything go as smoothly as possible.
Think of a meaningful way to thank your wedding party for being the best entourage ever.
No pressure here - remember, you're just reciting these in front of all your family, friends and loved ones.
Wow - it's really happening!
Give them a ring and remind them your big day is coming up.
Dot your I's and cross your T's!
Homestretch for tailoring - make an appointment to try on your attire one last time when you pick it up in a few weeks.
Confirm rehearsal ceremony and dinner timeline and attendance
Final touches here - as soon as you're finished, send it to your venue.
Many couples opt for dance classes - or even something choreographed with their wedding party!
If you want a trim, manicure or a deep conditioning treatment, treat yourself!
Wow! It's really happening. You're just a few steps away - don't forget to bring it on your wedding day!
Last fitting before the big day! Bet you both look stunning.
Make sure everyone knows what they're responsible for and the timeline for the big day.
Make sure your vendor team is paid in full and don't forget to have cash on hand to tip.
Wherever you go, sunglasses are a must! Don't forget your passport and any other travel documents necessary.
Send a gift to your spouse-to-be while they are getting ready for the wedding.
Safety pins, tissue, ibuprofen, a pen and bottled water are just a few suggestions.
Drop off place cards, menus, favours, the guest book, and any other items to your venue.
Celebrate a job well done and get some rest - you've got a big day tomorrow.