3 reasons you need a Countdown Checklist
Now that you have the ring on your finger, what to do next? Don’t worry, we have got you covered with all the necessary tools needed to plan your wedding. One of the most important ones is the Countdown Checklist. We’ve enlisted the help of some of our preferred vendors on some possible questions you may have. Read on to know why you absolutely positively need this checklist!
Stay on track
As brides or grooms, sometimes you can get carried away with your wedding ideas. With the countless number of wedding sites available at your fingertips, thanks to the Internet, it’s rather easy to get absorbed into the innovative ideas to make your wedding truly unique. As important as creativity is when planning your wedding, you’ll need to be aware of what is of top priority. This is the main reason why it is necessary to have a countdown checklist.
It is easy to pin everything you like for your wedding on your Pinterest board but try to narrow down to what you think will represent you and your fiancé’s personality or the theme of the wedding (if you have one).
After pinning or saving images for awhile, you will realise a pattern. So take note of the pattern that your eyes are drawn to and start deleting the rest. It will be painful but it will help push you along in your wedding prep journey.
– Phillane from Med Kärlek
Be focused and organised
Planning a wedding has many various aspects. You might get distracted with having so many things on hand. It’s easy to miss a few things on your to-do list. A countdown checklist helps you to be organised in completing your wedding tasks. Furthermore since it is time sensitive, it helps you to get things done at the right time.
Being stressed out is the new normal state for you, now that you’re a bride. You have to get your wedding gown. You have to choose the right venue. You have to ensure that your groom has his tux all ready. And the list simply goes on. When you don’t have a proper plan or a list to abide by, the level of stress will bound to escalate. Download this checklist and avoid all of this unnecessary stress, completely!
Take time to go on dates and not talk about the wedding. It is easy to be sucked into the wedding prep and soon that will be only thing the both of you talk about. Put aside a day to go on a date and make it an attempt to not talk about the wedding.
Going out on your own helps too. Give yourself and your husband-to-be some quiet alone time to rest and relax. It does not have to be an expensive spa session, go for a good walk around town, read by the pool or just do something you have always wanted to do!
– Phillane from Med Kärlek