That long_awaited day of your wedding is most likely destined to be the biggest and most significant day of your entire life. So, without a doubt, you\'ll want everything to be absolutely perfect, in every way, shape or form. However, in order to accomplish this overwhelming task, without compromising on any aspect of your dream_filled ideas, you\'ll need a legitimate and comprehensive plan, if you intend to maintain your sanity, as you attempt to pull this thing off. A well thought out Wedding Checklist Timeline is an organizational tool that will pay valuable dividends, over and over again, as it will help to provide the confidence that you\'ve need as you avoid even the slightest oversight regarding any detail. In other words, you\'ve left absolutely nothing to chance. And, just as significantly, when you control the details, you\'re also in a better position to exercise a great deal of control over the ever mounting costs. Undoubtedly, it will require a bit more up front effort, but once the plan is in place and you have plenty of time for flawless fulfillment, it\'s going to be a lot easier to thoroughly examine each alternative, allowing you to pick and choose between the most affordable alternatives. That way you\'ll be keeping the overall expenses constrained within your established budget limits.
A friend of mine, Jill, came to me a couple of weeks ago to ask me for help. She was in the midst of planning her parents\' 50th wedding anniversary. This is an event that should have been a joy to plan; her parents have been together for 50 years, and from what I can tell, they are still very much in love. It doesn\'t get much better than that. Anyway, Jill was in a harried state because the party was less than two weeks away and she felt like she didn\'t have a good enough handle on the party. I sat her down and asked her explain to me what she had accomplished so far. She proceeded to pull out a handful of Post_It Notes from her purse, and she dumped the wad on the table we were sitting at. \"What is this,\" I asked her. \"These notes have the stuff I\'ve been working on for the party,\" she replied. I remember looking at Jill, then looking at the pile of scrap paper that was her parents\' 50th anniversary party plan, and then shaking my head. This is an extreme case, but you\'d be surprised how unorganized people can be when it comes to preparing for important events.