Look over your seating chart one last time and make sure you're satisfied with the arrangement. If you decide to make a change or two, don't forget to adjust your escort cards.
Catch up with anyone who hasn't RSVP'd and give the final headcount to the caterer and venue. Take care of any remaining payments for vendors.
Couples may ask the best man, maid of honor, and the parents to give a toast at their wedding. If you've already done so, remind your chosen speakers about their toasts. You and your partner should prepare to thank guests for celebrating your wedding with you.
Let your photographer know if there are any locations or details you want them to capture. Consider moments you really want to be caught on film that might occur throughout the day. There are some memories you'll want to cherish, such as your partner's emotions when they first look at you in your dress.
Ask your maid of honor to join you for your final fitting so they can get acquainted with your gown and learn everything they need to know. At the appointment, try on your gown and all of your accessories, including your shoes and veil. Ask questions regarding pre-wedding dress care.
The week before your wedding is filled with excitement. You'll soon be able to enjoy the fruits of your hard work as you celebrate with your partner, family, and friends. In the meantime, here's a checklist to get you through the final countdown without skipping a beat:
Managing stress can feel tricky when you're days away from getting married. Here are a few easy ways to evoke calmness during the most thrilling time of your life: