The Ultimate Wedding Planning Checklist for 2022

2022 is here and while it didn’t quite start the way we were all imagining, things are definitely looking up. And if there is one thing the year has bought in abundance, it’s weddings. Couples who have been postponing their nuptials for the last couple of years have finally decided their time has come! And if you are among them, then let us help you with your wedding planning. Here is the ultimate wedding planning checklist you need to have an unforgettable ceremony in 2022. Read on and start taking notes, asap. 

wedding planning checklist
wedding planning checklist

Hybrid, virtual or physical :

start by deciding how many guests you want attending your ceremony physically and how many virtually. COVID has made small weddings completely acceptable and this is your chance to have an intimate celebration while still having everyone you love across the world join in. 

TAKING YOUR CELEBRATION VIRTUAL? CHECK OUT WEDDING WISHLIST!

Create your wedding website and invite :

It’s a virtual world baby! Physical invites are a thing of the past and creating virtual invitations is one of the first thing you need to do on your wedding planning checklist. Start by sending save the dates to guests so they can block time. Simultaneously create your wedding website with pre wedding photos, guest book, function details and more. Since this is a dynamic space, you can keep adding, updating and removing information as per your preference. 

Plan the physical wedding :

venue, catering, trousseau, décor, the list here is endless. Start with the bigger things like venue and catering and then move to the smaller items on your list. Remember, even if you’re having a physical wedding, you can always do the smaller functions virtually. 

Think of your wedding favours :

this is an item on your wedding planning checklist that often gets left for the end. However your guests who have taken out time to be there for your special day deserve something special. Plan your favours in advance so you can have them customised, packed and ready in time. 

Set up your gift registry:

You will be getting lots and lots of gifts on your big day, so might as well make sure it’s all the things you love. Set up a gift registry and add things you need for your new home, cash, experiences or even your honeymoon. Basically, have fun with it.

Send our the actual invites along with your website link so guests can start visiting and access your registry. With Wedding Wishlist, you can also manage your RSVPs with the website, making logistics a breeze. So ask guests to revert, leave you a message and get the wedding deets. 

CREATE A CHARITY REGISTRY NOW!

Do a vendor roundup :

a week before the big day, make sure you meet with all your vendors and check on the preparation levels. This is a crucial step to ensure everything stays on track for your big day. Any hiccups you see can be handled at this point. 

Order meals and desserts :

guests who attend your wedding virtually also deserve special treatment. And the best way to do it is to have little treats delivered to them on the day of the wedding, so they too feel like a part of the festivities. 

Update your wedding website :

Update it with all last minute updates and information that guests might need. Also put up your pictures and hashtags so guests can start feeling the celebratory mood. 

Have an unforgettable wedding:

Leave your stresses and just have the most fun on your bug day, because no matter what happens, the day still ends with the beginning of your happily ever after…

Create your Gift Registry Now Sign Up for a Gift Registry
Blogger Profile Photo

Tanvi Saraf

Tanvi Saraf is a writer, editor and traveller who's recently moved to the south. Having worked with the country's leading publications, including Marie Claire, India Today, Harper's Bazaar Bride and L'officiel, she now heads marketing for WeddingWishlist.com & CherryTin.com. Her life's philosophy and choices are guided by her motto, "Enjoy it. Because it's happening", and with both our websites, she's all set to bring the joy back to gifting.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published