Organize a Wedding

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Organizing a wedding requires keeping a binder or accordion file full of the paperwork and receipts for each category, such as the flowers, music, catering, officiant and wedding party. Keep the planning process organized for better efficiency with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.

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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with Stress Free Events dot net, and I'd like to talk to you about how to organize your wedding. The first thing you're going to want to do is purchase a three ring binder, or something similar, that you can put all of your papers in. As you collect ideas you're going to want to put them in there, and have it divided up into separate headings. You'll have your flowers, your music, your caterer, and things like that. But, I also like to have a one-stop spot that you can look at. You can use forms, and just set everything out. On the form you can have things that are going to include your wedding colors, your wedding size, the name of your caterer, the name of your officiant, and then the names of your wedding party. Everything that you're going to need in your wedding will be listed on this paper, so you have it in one spot. You'll know exactly who you're working with and how to get a hold of them. I would put this at the front of your binder so that you can look at it any time you need to and see where your holes are, and what you need to fill. And then as far as details go, any time you have communication with that particular vendor, you're going to want to go to the tab--for say your caterer--and put in the new menu that he sent you with the new pricing list. And that's how you can stay organized with your wedding.


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