Eight months before the wedding to give people ample notice.
As soon as the venue was booked.
I didn’t end up sending them and had to send the invitations ASAP.
I've been engaged for about six months but still haven't deciding on a date.
I haven’t done my registry yet because I'm still not sure what I'd like to ask for.
Six months before the wedding – with all the planning it slipped my mind.
A month or two after sending out my save the dates when I knew exactly what I wanted.
Right after I got engaged so I could let my guests know where I registered with my invitations.
It took a few months for me to decide because I didn't want to hurt anyone's feelings.
I have always known who my bridesmaids would be even before I got engaged.
After I settled on a date I asked my closest gal pals to be by my side.
I'm still not exactly sure how big I want my bridal party to be.
I did quite a bit of research and ended up buying the first dress I tried on.
After trying on a number of dresses over a month or two I was able to find one that suited me perfectly.
I love so many of the dresses I've tried on, I just haven’t been able to narrow it down yet.
I haven't started looking for a dress yet.
Once…or twice. But I was able to reschedule so I'm back on track.
I haven't had a chance to double-book because I keep changing my mind about what I want.
Never. I have all of my appointments scheduled in my smartphone, which I have with me at all times.
I'm pretty guilty of double-booking. Oops.
I don’t have a theme yet because the more research I do, the more ideas I get, which makes me change my mind.
Ever since I was little I knew exactly what type of wedding I wanted.
After getting engaged my fiancé and I took time to decide on a theme that reflected both of us and our relationship.
I've decided to just go with the flow for now and decide on a theme when things start coming together.
Immediately after getting engaged I called my favourite venues to check their availability and booked shortly after.
After deciding on a date I started calling venues and am pleased with the spot I've booked.
After changing my mind a few times I ultimately found one with a few months to spare.
I waited a few months and now I'm going with my second choice – still a beautiful pick though.
With a giant organization binder – filled with dividers for various vendors, phone numbers, and calendars marked with appointments.
I was getting a bit stressed out with all of the organizing so I've finally asked my fiance and my bridal party to help out to make sure I keep things on track.
I have sticky notes around my house with ideas and reminders.
I invested in the help of my bridal party right away to help keep everything running smoothly.