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Between choosing invitations and cake flavors and planning seating arrangements, scheduling time to plan a wedding can prove a daunting task.While some brides-to-be assume some cookie-cutter agenda must be applied to all successful wedding preparations, Beirut-based planner and nuptial guru Paul Nasr says that it's important for each couple to move at their own pace. Still, Nasr insists that no matter how long couples may spend planning their big day, a certain course should be followed. He's seen weddings planned start to finish in just two months. The seasoned wedding planner, who has organized fetes for more than 1,000 guests, says couples often underestimate the time required for certain steps.Flower arrangements, Nasr insists, must be finalized at least a month before the wedding.
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