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How to Plan a Wedding in Los Angeles in 3 Months? Part #2

Find and hire all your vendors.

The venue may have everything you need, but you may still need to hire additional help that isn't included in the package. Finding the right people on such tight deadlines can be challenging, but family, friends, and wedding party members are always reliable resources.

Shop for wedding attire

It is incredibly convenient to shop for a wedding gown, bridesmaid dresses, groom's wear, and groomsmen's attire simultaneously. Even if this isn't a time of great decisiveness for you, you'll need to pick a wedding and adhere to it if you desire to get things moving. If you want to save money on your wedding dress, you should check out local bridal boutiques' sample sales and clearance sections.

The online rental process at Men's Shop is streamlined, making it simple to discover and rent a suit and tuxedo for men.

2 Months To Go: The Fun Stuff

With the big stuff out of the way, you're free to focus on fun, like creating your wedding website, registering for gifts, planning your honeymoon, sending out invitations, etc. If you want to tie the knot, these tasks must be completed by the end of the 2nd month of your wedding planning.

Decide on your reception menu.

Guests can choose from a variety of formal dinners and casual buffets. Your reception menu should reflect who you are and the occasion you're celebrating. Breakfast, as well as brunch banquet, is an excellent option if you're trying to save money. If you're trying to cut costs, you can make the "breakfast for dinner" thing, but many people don't care for it and it's up to you whether you want to try it.

Set up your wedding registry.

Now, you can go to some of your favorite stores one by one to create a wedding registry. Setting up a registry is just as simple as creating an account on the website; it takes only a few hours to do so.

Start communicating with your guests.

Sending out save-the-date cards this near to the wedding date is a waste of time because when guests accept them, it'll be time to send out invitations. However, by making a wedding website, you can let everyone know about the upcoming marriage and your initial plans. Guests who plan to travel should book their air travel and lodgings in advance. Include information about the blocked-off hotels and other nearby accommodations.

Schedule a trial for your hair and makeup

Your favorite hairdresser is probably already established in your life. If you plan, you could get your makeup and hair done by a professional for your wedding. Bring your closest girlfriends and make getting your hair done into an event.

Have your cake tasting

If you still need to work, you should start doing so now. You & your future husband should visit several local bakeries and try out different cake flavors before making a final decision. Wedding cake bakers who specialize in making homemade cakes should not be overlooked. They can be visually comparable, taste great, and expense much less. We've compiled this extensive guide to assist you in selecting the most delicious cake flavor.

Purchase wedding rings

Expect a waiting period of 4 to 6 weeks if you are having something particularly elaborate and unique created for your wedding bands. Given enough time to select and order them, guarantee they will arrive on time for the big day. Using this guide, I pray you can locate the ideal wedding bands.

Make sure your wedding party has ordered their attire.

There's already enough on your plate without worrying about someone else being late because they decided to take their lovely time finding their dress or suit. You won't have to stress over this if you're footing the bill for their attire, but they probably will be if they're paying their way. Motivate your team to get their order in as quickly as possible.

Have your bridal shower

Guests will feel more comfortable purchasing from your registries if placed several weeks before the bridal shower. Simply showing up and being grateful is all that is required; the maid of honor and bridesmaids will take care of the rest.

Start planning your honeymoon.

Honeymoons can be extravagant and last an entire week, or they can be short and inexpensive. A little time to celebrate your marriage with your new spouse is well deserved. It's time to get things in order and reserve lodging, transportation, etc.

Make a plan for your rehearsal dinner.

Able to host a rehearsal dinner is a great way to show your loved ones and wedding party how much they mean to you. Your rehearsal dinner can be as intimate as just the two of you or as grand as you like. Furthermore, you need to shop for the wedding party so they can exchange gifts at the rehearsal dinner. The party food is important, but let someone else take care of it so you can focus on other things.

Get your marriage license.

Before applying for a marriage license, you should determine what is necessary under state and local law. You should also verify the due date, required waiting period, etc. Costs and requirements are not uniform across the country.

Send out your wedding invitations.

Whether you've been engaged for three weeks or twelve, you still have about six weeks to get your wedding invitations out. Guests need ample notice to get ready, double-check their schedules, book transportation, etc. RSVP cards or even a link to a wedding website in which guests could indeed respond digitally should be included in the invitations. With this option, we can save on paper and postage by handling it electronically.

Meet with your photographer and determine which shots you want to be taken.

While it's true that your photographer will likely have some excellent recommendations, you may also have some ideas of your own. To select where and when to take pictures, it's best to get everyone together—because of this, taking pics on a special day will be a breeze. It would help if you asked to see samples of her work and show her your professional work. Looking for the Top Wedding Planner in Los Angeles? Look no further, Nexa Events.

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