Although these details may be at the end of your list, you won't want to forget them.
written by Jennifer Lazarus

It's crunch time, and you're pretty sure you've got everything in order. But "pretty sure" isn't good enough. So take a look at these to-dos -- and be certain you're one hundred percent on top of everything.

Check in with your vendors. "Confirm arrangements with your pros and make sure they all have exact directions and a contact person's cell phone numbers," advises Julie Pryor of Pryor Events in Los Angeles.

Pack for your honeymoon early. Doing it sooner rather than later is the way to guarantee one less worry," says Pryor. "Also, make sure your passports and travel documents are in order."

Name those tunes. Songs are often covered or remade by different bands, so double-check with your DJ or band leader that they have the versions you want.

Have a discussion with your photographer. "Leave nothing to chance. Give him or her a list of people you'd like to have photographed together," advises Pryor. "He'll probably get the obvious ones, but if you want a picture of your sorority sisters or everyone who flew in for your wedding or your new husband's coworkers, let your photographer know in advance."

Review printed materials. "Be sure to carefully check place cards, table numbers, menus and programs for errors several days before your wedding." says Pryor.

Make your guests feel loved. "Have thoughtful welcome gifts with personalized notes waiting for your guests in their hotel rooms." adds Pryor.