Timeless Memories, Inc.
Corporate Office

4020 Rairoad Ave.

P.O. Box 630
Loris, S.C. 29569

A Southern Belle Wedding, All Things Photography &
    Timeless Memories, Inc. Portrait Studio are subsidiaries of Timeless Memories, Inc. 

A Founding Member of:  The Coastal Wedding Professionals​

Timeless Memories, Inc.
A Family Owned and Operated Business
Copyright 2019
Timeless Memories Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

​Wedding Designers Planners & Coordinators

How to Plan Your Wedding

   How long does it take to plan a wedding? Medium (50 guests) to large (100 guests) size weddings take 6 months to one year to plan. The larger churches, popular reception sites, and caterers usually need to be booked a year in advance. You can take the time necessary to find a reception hall and  the vendors you may need.
This is where a Wedding Planner/Coordinator is most valuable. The longer you wait the greater the chance the vendor you really like will already be booked. 
The first steps in planning your wedding is to tell both sets of parents and start spreading the news to the rest of your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers.
 After all the important people have been informed the first decisions you and your fianceé should decide on are a wedding date, wedding planner, formality of the wedding, number of guests, and location for the ceremony and reception. It is also important to decide whom the wedding attendants will be (maid of honor, bridesmaids, best man, and groomsmen) since they will have an active role in helping to plan the wedding. Somewhere along the way you should
have an engagement photo taken to publicly announce your engagement. You will want to hire a wedding planner. Wedding planners or coordinators 
can make the process easier and save a lot ​of time in the end, but remember this is going to be one of the most important days of your life and
​you will need to be involved to make it special.

Let's get Planning
Darlene Munn
​ toll free 877-686-3686

A Southern Belle Wedding  
Servicing North Carolina, South Carolina and beyond