Overcommunicate With Your Vendors To make sure everyone is on the same page call every single wedding vendor and confirm, then re-confirm each arrangement you have with them, including, but not limited to: Giving the reception site/caterer final head count.
Money: Write checks and/or talk to the wedding hosts about any final balances to be paid at the end of the reception.
Reception questions: Introduce your reception site manager to your consultant or maid of honor for questions or problems during the reception.
Do you have your beauty emergency kit? Your bikinis and lingerie that was gifted to you at your shower? Your day-of present and note to your partner? Knowing you have everything you need will definitely minimize any stress.
Schedule Any Beauty Appointments Your fingers will likely be texting all week, which makes it even more crucial to keep your nails fresh.
Make any minor beauty appointments you want done that week.
Any experimental beauty treatments should be done a few months in advance, just in case they don't turn out as expected.
Arrange Help for Any Guests Who Need It If you have any ill or elderly guests coming to your wedding, it will be meaningful for them to know you're so glad they can attend.
You can ask family members, friends or attendants to help with any pick-ups and drop-offs.
Hand off place cards, table cards, menus, favors and any other items for setting the tables to the caterer and/or reception site manager.
Make a list of names, delivery instructions and any additional information you have to prevent any mix-ups.