10-12 MONTHS

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings - - Essentials -

Start putting to­gether the full pro­gramme (in­clud­ing fes­tiv­i­ties be­fore and af­ter the big day) with your wed­ding plan­ner Fi­nalise the de­sign of your in­vi­ta­tions and other sta­tionery and have them printed Buy cake coupons to in­clude in the in­vi­ta­tions, if it’s a Chinese wed­ding Start look­ing around for your wed­ding dress. Ide­ally, you should have bought your dress about 10 months ahead of time Start look­ing around for the other dresses (such as an evening gown) that you will wear Con­firm bookings for all ven­dors, such as the florist, pho­tog­ra­pher, videog­ra­pher, make-up artist, hair­styl­ist, mar­riage cel­e­brant, mu­si­cians and other en­ter­tain­ers Send out your save-the-date cards “Less is more. Limit your out­fits. Spend less time on chang­ing your wardrobe and more time with your guests. Noth­ing is worse than an ab­sent bride at her own wed­ding,” Eve­lyn Mills, Mar­riage Mae­stros

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