The reception timeline. If you’ve been reading my other blog posts about how to plan the utter shiz out of your wedding day timeline, then this is the next piece of that delicious little puzzle. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – planning a wedding is an incredibly new experience to a lot of couples – so the aim of this blog series is to give you free access to the inside scoop on making those timings tip to the top. So you’ve nailed your timings in the morning, the ceremony was an absolute breeze sooooo…what next? Next is your wedding reception timeline – that bit of time after the I Do’s and before the dancin’ yo :D

Two brides leaving their ceremony for their reception timeline


Ceremony timeline – the next part in what is hopefully a pretty handy insight into planning your wedding day. As I mentioned in the first part of the series – planning a wedding can be an awwwwfy new experience for most folks. With that in mind it seemed a cool idea to give you an insight into the minds of some rather nice people who see a fair few weddings, and therefore have some experience that you can tap into, right goddam here for free!

ceremony timeline - walking to your ceremony


Timeline. More specifically, your wedding day timeline. For a lot of people, planning a wedding is a very new experience. There can be quite a lot to consider, so I am hoping that this little corner of the internet and the following 5 points will help you get the most out of your own timings on your wedding day.

Bride having makeup done


Scrabble + travel + DIY Wedding + ALL the laughter…and well, chuck in a tractor because why not? All of this equals the most excellent day for Carrie & Gill’s wedding :)



  • Susie - Love this wedding! They look like an awesome pair! I hope when I marry my wifey our photographer can capture it just like you have here. Brilliant! XReplyCancel

    • Jo - Aw thank you so much lovely! So nice of you to take the time to comment :) Eeeeeee all the best with your wedding, exciting times! xxReplyCancel