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22-03-2011 06:15 PM #16
I'm also a 2012 bride. and We have already started planning early this year...
No harm starting early... And heard next year alot of couples are getting married, so it's better to book the banquet hotel fast...
22-03-2011 06:44 PM #17
Hihi I'm new too.. Thinking of having my wedding in 2012..
26-03-2011 11:46 AM #18
hellooo im new too!!!
our plan is to ROM 2012 and wedding in early 2014
so right now im thinking wad to plan for ROM hahhaaa
26-03-2011 10:27 PM #19
Welcome all new brides to be! haha its good to start planning early liying, if you can you should book your wedding banquet venue early as the prices are gonna increase as the years go by due to inflation, and by booking early you get to reserve the date you want too, enjoy the planning!
27-03-2011 12:27 PM #20
hi babes! need some advice!
i am planning for the chinese wedding in 2012. but at the moment we cant confirm the number of tables! how to book!? but base on previous experience from my hubby side brother took about 80 tables... anyone can help? or should i just book the venue first then decide on guest list when close to time??
27-03-2011 02:07 PM #21
normally what is timeframe to plan beforehand
28-03-2011 09:52 AM #22
hi girls, im also new here!
so many things to prepare for the big day, and everything seems so overwhelming for me!
i think my big day is going to be in 2012, just that we havent even properly talked about our future. ive got my ring just 2 weeks ago.. and booked the photoshoot last week.
doesnt seem like in a usual chronological order. is there a chronological order that makes things seem less overwheming?
28-03-2011 10:46 AM #23
Hi, I holding my wedding next year Sept. I wanted to know for Pre-Wedding and Actual Day wedding package, how early should i book for the package? My HTB told me is too early to book now as there is still 1 and a half year.
28-03-2011 01:02 PM #24
28-03-2011 01:03 PM #25
28-03-2011 01:07 PM #26
After finding yr bridal studio, you will need to go for fittings and alterations, so that will take another 1-2 months. Then it will be pre-wedding photoshoot, which coordination and taking photos will take another 3 months +. So actually, 1.5 years is just nice, not too early.
28-03-2011 01:19 PM #27
1. Buy ring
2. Book venue
3. Sign package with bridal studio for prewedding photoshoot, actual day wedding items eg. photogrpaher
4. Go for gown fitting - spare another 1-2 months for alterations / made to measure
5. Take pre-wedding photoshoot
6. Make DIY favors, ornaments (can skip this part if not DIY-ing)
7. Coordinate with bridal studio on Actual Day details
8. Coordinate with wedding venue on AD details
If you hire a wedding planner, it will be slightly easier in the sense that they can coordinate and recommend all the vendors you need for you. Usually outdoor weddings require wedding planner for the decor. But of course if you like to plan your own wedding, you will have to find out about all these things yourself, like choosing bridal studio, photographer, wedding favours etc. The forum here is very useful in that way.
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