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What I can do now to plan our wedding is next December?
How soon are you supposed to book your reception site? A wedding planner or organizer book to help me plan for the wedding? Or do not necessary? Thanks!
Personally, I had a planner / organizer and wrote about 10 words in it and it was - so I think it's not worth it. Finished writing notes on scraps of paper or a notebook that I carried in my large purse - lol. Honestly, I think they are a waste of money - do what works for you terms of organization. As to the reception location .... do not wait too long. I would say that book at least a year and a half in advance, but if the place you are looking for in a busy, popular place, you may want to start looking now and at least put a small deposit in the room that they have held for you.:)