πŸ’ Attending a wedding
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Rachel Star

Rachel Star

πŸ’ Attending a wedding

Everything you need to remember when attending a wedding. When not attending weddings, Rachel Star is a principal at Unusual Ventures. You can follow her on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/rachel_a_star

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  • πŸ’ RSVP for the events you're attending

    Make sure you're aware of which events you've been invited to, like the rehearsal or welcome dinner, and which you and your +1 can attend (they might be different!). Even if you're in the wedding party, send back that card or fill out the survey to help the couple stay organized.

    • 30m
    • 13 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Send a wedding gift

    You technically have a year after the wedding to send a gift, but being on top of it will mean picking from the best stuff on the registry. Here's Zola's guide on what to spend on a wedding gift: https://link.joinarrange.com/weddinggiftguide

    • 30m
    • 9 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Make travel reservations

    If schedules and budget allow, arrive the day before to avoid travel delays. If you're comparing the official hotel to other lodging options, take your transportation costs into consideration. Make sure to mention the couple's name if booking at their suggested hotel to be counted under the group rate and block. Set a Google Flight alert to grab seats at the best price: https://link.joinarrange.com/weddingflights

    • 30m
    • 8 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Plan your outfits

    Double check the wedding website or invitation to confirm the formality and themes for each event, not just the reception. Hating everything in your closet? Rent the Runway offers 3 or 5 day rentals on semi-formal or formal attire, plus accessories: https://link.joinarrange.com/renttherunway

    • 60m
    • 6 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Plan activities with other guests

    If you're not in the wedding party, you may have some free time on the day of the wedding. Research what the local area has to offer and snag tickets or reservations ahead of time.

    • 60m
    • 5 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Schedule child, pet, or house sitters

    Save yourself a headache by getting on your sitter's calendar ahead of time. Here are 4 apps to find a last minute sitter: https://link.joinarrange.com/sitterhelp

    • 30m
    • 4 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Schedule beauty appointments

    There's nothing worse than a great outfit with chipped nail polish. Decide if you want to set your appointments before or after you travel to the wedding location. Using at home options like Ohora for nails can save you time and money: https://link.joinarrange.com/weddingnails

    • 30m
    • 3 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Pick up last minute travel items

    Be the hero at the wedding with extra sunscreen and electrolyte powder. Here's a great destination wedding packing list: https://link.joinarrange.com/weddingpackinglist

    • 30m
    • 2 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Drop off dry cleaning

    If there's a chance you'll need anything altered too, make sure to try it on at home first before you drop it off.

    • 30m
    • 2 weeks before
  • πŸ’ Pick up dry cleaning

    If you can't make it during working hours M-F, be sure to pick it up on Saturday, as many dry cleaners aren't open on Sundays.

    • 30m
    • 1 week before
  • πŸ’ Check the weather & pack necessary travel docs or passports

    Double check if you'll need to throw a coat or an umbrella in your suitcase. Other countries require different vaccinations and COVID tests. Check with your airline before travel.

    • 30m
    • 0 weeks before
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