Prom Schedule

Prom Checklist for Guys

16 Weeks to Prom:
- Ask how much money your parents can contribute.
- Start saving money
- Create a budget to cover costs
- Ask your date to the prom

12 Weeks to Prom:
- Go for tuxedo fitting. Coordinate colors and styles with your prom date.
- Start looking into transportation. Whose car, who will be driving, or considering renit a limousine as a group.
- Look around for a good restaurant for dinner before promm, if dinner is not included at the prom. Consider your date's preference of food and atmosphere. Quiet and romantic will give you time to talk, while a busier place will help to start the festive mood.

6 Weeks to Prom:
- Purchase Prom tickets.
- Discuss Prom plans with your parents.

4 Weeks to Prom:
- Call and confirm dinner reservations.
- Finalize plans with friends, date and parents.
- Order your date's corsage. Make sure to coordinate the color with her dress.

Week of Prom:
- Confirm all reservations and appointments.
- Get a haircute.
- Wash and vaccum car, if applicable.
- Collect any necessary supplies (i.e. camera, film, phone card or cell phone, cash, student id, tickets, etc.)

Prom Day:
- Pick up date corsage (keep refrigerated until you leave).
- Pick up tuxedo, if you haven't already. Make sure to get tie and cummerbund, dress shoes, cuff links and studs.
- Get plenty of rest the night before.
- Be prepared early so your parent's can take plenty of pictures.

 

Prom Checklist for Girls

16 Weeks to Prom:
- Ask how much money your parents can contribute.
- Start saving money
- Start shopping for dress

12 Weeks to Prom:
- Pick out accessories to coordinate with your dress and/or your date's outfit.
- Take care of your hair and nails. If you are rgwoing your hair out, trim every 4 weeks to avoid frizzy, split ends.

6 Weeks to Prom:
- Purhase Prom Tickets
- Pick out styles or start trying different styles of hair, even if you are doing your hair yourself.
- Discuss Prom events with your parents.

4 Weeks to Prom:
- Pick up prom dress.
- Break in prom shoes by wearing severeal times before prom.
- Practice walking in your long skirt and high heels.
- Make appointments to have hair, makeup and nails done. The earlier the better.

2 Weeks to Prom:
- Call and confirms all reservations that were made for Prom day.
- Collect your supplies (i.e. camera, film, clear nail polish, phone card/cell phone, cash, student id, tickets, etc.)
- Let your parents meet your prom date, if they have not already

Prom Day:
- Pick up your date's boutonniere
- Hair, nail and makeup appointment(s).
- Get plenty of rest the night before.
- Be prepared early so your parent's can take plenty of pictures.

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