So what does the wedding to-do list look like with 100 days left?

There’s 100 days left until my wedding and still 100 things left to do! It’s crazy to think that I’ve been counting down for over 400 days already, but that also makes me even more stressed to think there are only 100 left in the countdown.

Who knew so much could be needed for just one day, just one event?

If you’re not a bride-to-be or you’re just recently engaged, you’re probably wondering what could there possibly be left to do. Well let me enlighten you with a quick snapshot!

  • Dress fittings
  • Hair trial
  • Rehearsal dinner details and invites
  • Send invites for wedding
  • Send invites for rehearsal
  • Groomsmen fittings
  • Pay vendors
  • Set up music selections
  • Seating chart
  • Marriage license
  • Name change
  • Honeymoon details
  • Dress/day of accessories
  • Hotel room details for self and guests
  • Follow up on transportation
  • Coordinate with videographer
  • Shot list for photographer
  • Confirm cake details
  • Meet with officiate
  • Pick linens
  • Meet with day-of coordinator
  • Tasting with venue
  • Discuss bar options
  • Thank-you cards
  • Thank-you gifts
  • Table settings

There are also a lot of fun things happening in the last 100 days that make all of the above completely worth it, including bachelorette party, bridal shower and wedding day, of course!

There are also a lot of resources available to help brides manage the last 100 days and all of the items on the to-do list. For example, makes changing your name a seamless process and provides you with everything you need to know to make sure you don’t miss anything. also has great tools, including seating chart templates, payment tracker and photography check list. Other helpful sites include:

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