Format the checklist. Sure, you could simply post the checklist on your website. But a little extra effort on the design front can make your checklist feel more special and valuable. If you don't have graphic design resources in_house, your copywriter should be able to recommend a qualified designer. Distribute your list. Once you have the finished checklist, it's time to get it in the hands of your prospects. Consider adding it as a downloadable PDF to your website, e_mailing it to your mailing list, sending it along with a sales letter, writing about it on your blog and even issuing a press release to announce its availability.
Officiant _ Choose the individual to perform ceremony and acquire all legal documents. Rehearsal _ Invitations, venue, favors, gifts, speeches, and readings will take some coordination. Rings _ Purchase, re_size and engrave. Makeover _ Hairstyle, cut, color, manicure, and pedicure. Music _ Wedding reception songs, wedding songs first dance, DJ, etc. And, much, much more. A project this big is going to have so many things going on that you'll quickly get blown off course if you're not able to stay on top of everything. The earlier phases are certainly not as demanding, but as time progresses, inertia and the clock will begin to work against you if you don't have everything under control. So, now is the time to set up the framework that will help you manage the insanity. The most important consideration here is to GET organized and to STAY organized and by developing a well thought out wedding checklist timeline, you'll be well on your way to a satisfying and highly successful outcome.