Four Sample Wedding Day Timelines

So you’ve booked all your vendors, venues, and probably have your dress coming in soon! Yay! Now it’s time for the not-so-fun parts of the planning. The seating chart and day of timeline. It is important that you note that your wedding day WILL NOT GO ACCORDING TO YOUR TIMELINE. It WILL go over and under with some parts of the day, and thats fine! The timeline is in place to make sure that you don’t miss anything or any photo ops, and it also tells your vendors where to switch stuff around if need be if you are running short on time for any reason. Here are Four Sample Wedding Day Timelines that I have used and had success with!


Pro tip for planning your timeline

Pro-tip: Make sure to have copies printed for your main people for your wedding day! Looking for my template below? If you’re not one of my brides I sell this template on ETSY! Its editable with the free canva app/wesbite. Link here to the template!

No first look – Two Sample Wedding Day Timelines

No first look is a great idea if: you are more traditional, you are getting married in a season where you have lots of light afterwards for photos, or if you get all family and separate bridal party photos done before.

First look – Two Sample Wedding Day Timelines

First looks are great if: You want a long couples session, or you want an intimate moment just the two of you before it starts to get crazy during the day.


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