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Wedding Planning Worksheet


  • CEREMONY (If Applicable)


  • Procession of Bridal Party: (type in song choices if applicable)


  • REPCEPTION


  • Introductions of the Bridal Party

    Below you will find the usual order for introductions of the Bridal Party. Please list the names in the order of their introduction. Please print or type a phonetic pronunciation where applicable.

  • Bridal and Special Dances


  • Bride & Groom First Dance:

  • Wedding Party Dance:

  • Father/Daughter dance:

  • Mother/Groom Dance:

  • Other Special Dances (please specify)


  • Wedding Reception Sample Timeline

    • Guests arrive at your Wedding Reception and cocktail music begins
    • Bridal Party arrives, followed by the introduction of the Bridal Party
    • Bride and Groom First Dance
    • Invocation, Blessing or Prayer (if desired)
    • The meal is served (If buffet style, the DJ can announce the order in which the tables will be served starting with the head table)
    • Bride and Groom cut the Wedding Cake
    • Toast by Best Man and/or Maid/Matron of Honor
    • Special Dances, Father/Daughter, Mother/Son, etc
    • A separate dance for the Wedding Party or combined 2 families
    • Dollar/Money Dance
    • Dance floor opens to all guests
    • Bride tosses her bouquet
    • Groom removes the Brides garter, then tosses the garter to the single men
    • Garter-catcher places it on the lady who caught the bouquet, they may dance
    • Dancing resumes until bride and groom make grand exit

  • ”Must Have” Songs


  • ”Do not play” songs


  • As you plan your celebration, keep these ideas in mind for you and your guests:

    • If you have assigned seating for dinner, seat your younger guests closer to the sound system.
    • If you have a large Bridal Party, consider dedicating a bridal party dance to them. This will allow plenty of time for your photographer to get candid shots of the bridal party.
    • Try not to clump too many activities together. Doing so can upset the flow of the reception making it more difficult to build an energy level throughout the event. Doing everything all at once can also unintentionally encourage guests to leave early. Ensure that your photographer is patient and accommodating and will stay to capture all the wonderful moments.