clock on chain top of clothes.

The Before

How long do you have before the big wedding day? A year? A month? A week? On average, wedding planning can take anywhere between 8 to 16 months. So let’s get the planning party started!

top image of cake and plate.

The During

The big day is here! Did you remember the accessible car? What about socks? Maybe you need an extra pin for the dress so you don’t run yourself over? So many things to double, triple check!

go kart with 'just married' sign.

The After

Woohoo! You survived a day and a night without running over any of the guests! But after an hour of getting the dress on, what’s the fastest way to get it off? How about the honeymoon? Ready for that?

The pictures! The pictures! There seems to be something addictive about looking at wedding pictures! They’re just so beautiful. Anyways, back to business. You’re here to get some advice and guidance on everything wedding, plus the magic of being in a wheelchair, right? This site is here to help you with that by highlighting some of the main points from the book: Brides in Wheelchairs Wedding Planner.

Wedding Planning Main Points:

  1. All About The Wedding (where, when, budget, type, location, invitations, cake, photography)
  2. All About The People (guest count, bridesmaids, drivers, florists, DJ or live entertainment)
  3. All About You (emotional support, physical support, wheelchair, wishes & dreams)
  4. All About The Clothes (jewelry, dress, veil, rings, hair accessories, garter)
  5. All About The Accessibility (parking, bathroom, dance floor, tables and chairs, ramps)
  6. All About Everything Else (honeymoon, marriage license, transportation, registry)
  7. All About the Miscellaneous (trash bags, service dog rest area, hotel, sunscreen or umbrella)
bride and groom on steps.

Since You’re Here…

Check out the details of the pre-wedding events, some info for the big day, the adventures of the honeymoon, the wedding planner book, and a blog filled with wedding tips and interviews. So much to do, so little time! Remember that this day is for you, and that anything is possible!

Bride in wheelchair with husband, under trees.