Clueless about how to start planning your wedding? Pro planners weigh in on what to do before "I do."

By Rachel Sylvester
Updated December 19, 2018

Engagement season is officially in full swing, and whether you secured a sparkler last week or last year, we're willing to bet you could use a few wedding planning tips. After all, planning your wedding is undeniably stressful, and it's a overwhelming task that's even more daunting now that you've got a distracting new ring and an impatient mother-in-law waiting on your next move. Fortunately, wedding planners exist for moments like this, when you can barely stop to answer congratulatory texts long enough to consider when and where you'll say "I do."

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To help you stress less and organize what will perhaps be the biggest day of your life, we asked top wedding planners across the country to dish on what do now that you're (finally) engaged. Spoiler: Your first task involves celebrating and a lot of Champagne.

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