For the most parts, the main details such as the reservations of the venue for the ceremony [church or chapel or a particular venue] and reception, wedding gown and accessories [includes motif, design, where to buy, etc.], catering, budgeting, guest list, invitations, flowers, entourage, bridal car and salon services are always on the top of the list. Minor details such as wedding registry, gifts for the groomsmen and bridesmaids, name cards for the tables, wedding favors, thank you cards and many other small details come next. It is easier to have a wedding planning checklist because you\'ll be able to track everything, check which is missing from the list and forecast your budget. A wedding is huge investment and every penny counts, so a checklist also provides you a clear picture of how much you will need, how much you can save and how much you need to add if you were able to save for the honeymoon.
You\'ve also forgotten to send invitations to so and so and a few others and the party is only a few days away. Suddenly you find yourself scrambling back to all the same stores trying to find the items you missed the first time around. Then out of nowhere the night of the party arrives and you realize you don\'t have enough food for all the invited guests. Then the worst possible thing happens, you hear a knock at the front door. It\'s as if a new and frightening nightmare has blossomed out of thin air. You feel the shakes coming on and your stress level is reaching new and incredible heights. I could go even further, but I think you get the idea. If only you had begun your planning by keeping track of all that you need, every purchased item and menu dishes prepared. If only you had made a party planning checklist none of the awful party mistakes listed above would have happened. Now that I\'ve gotten the point across about how important a checklist is I will now inform you about what it needs in order to make it work.