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Diary of a Wedding Planner in Love by Violet Howe

Title: Diary of a Wedding Planner in Love
Author: Violet Howe
Series: (if any) Tales Behind the Veils book 2
Rating:3/5 stars
Format: Ebook

Why’d you pick this book? I read the first on, and go it on sale, so I wanted to continue with Tyler

Summary: When wedding planner Tyler Warren realized she was in love with her best friend Cabe, she thought surely he was The One. Tyler couldn’t wait to live out their fairy tale, but she was about to discover a lot can happen between Once Upon A Time and Happily E

Title: Diary of a Wedding Planner in Love
Author: Violet Howe
Series: (if any) Tales Behind the Veils book 2
Rating:3/5 stars
Format: Ebook

Why’d you pick this book? I read the first on, and go it on sale, so I wanted to continue with Tyler

Summary: When wedding planner Tyler Warren realized she was in love with her best friend Cabe, she thought surely he was The One. Tyler couldn’t wait to live out their fairy tale, but she was about to discover a lot can happen between Once Upon A Time and Happily Ever After.
Sometimes modern-day princes have inner dragons to battle, and when issues from Cabe’s past threaten to end their relationship before it really begins, Tyler starts to question whether their love story is real. But the biggest test for Cabe and Tyler may be the arrival of a handsome new prince, ready to step in and steal her heart forever.
This second volume in the Tales Behind the Veils series picks up where Diary of a Single Wedding Planner ended, but Tyler’s personal drama dampens her enthusiasm for her crazy wedding clients. As she travels down the sometimes treacherous path of romance, Tyler finds that being a wedding planner in love isn’t always the easiest job to have!

Favorite and Least Favorite part: I think its kind of universal on my thoughts for this series, but Tyler is kind of ridiculous. She ran from home because of a guy. Also it didn’t focus on much of her wedding planning. It was there, but there was a lot more life drama then wedding drama. I dunno

If you like this book you might like: Check out the Selection by Keira Cass, its just a fantastic series

30 Best Wedding Planner Books for 2021


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What’s more useful: printed wedding planner books or online planning tools? The answer is you need both in your wedding-planning life!

That’s because the two things fulfil different functions. Online planning tools or apps are about practicality – you get a simple way to sort out the logistics of your big day, such as tracking your budget and managing your guest list. 

With wedding planning books, it’s about inspiration and emotion. Inspiration, because your bride-to-be notebook is a useful place to jot down those on-the-go ideas and thoughts, from the name of a wedding dress designer you want to investigate to a couple of colour schemes that came to you on your lunch break. Emotion, because as any stationery-lover knows, it’s easy to form a real connection with a much-used notebook; it’s a real thing you hold in your hands; it starts to feel special.

What’s more, your wedding planner book will become a lovely memento of the big day that you can refer back to when you’re feeling nostalgic.

That’s why we’ve rounded up the wedding planner books that are as pretty as they are practical – the most stylish designs to help you organise your thoughts. Some contain prompts and advice, to get you thinking about the planning process, while others have just blank pages waiting to be filled with your ideas.

NB: We have included third party products to help you navigate and enjoy life’s biggest moments. Purchases made through links on this page may earn us a commission.

1. Ultimate Wedding Planner – from £19.95, Illustries

Chic on the outside, open the cover and this planner is packed with personality. As well as themed sections for wedding elements such as dress inspiration and menu tasting notes, there are fun pages for recording ‘bridezilla moments’ and dropping hints for the hen do.

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2.

Wedding Organiser – £9.60, Kikki K

Kikki K always come through on the pretty-but-practical stationery front, and this wedding organiser is no exception. There are tabs so you can easily navigate between sections, and you can add plastic wallets for storing important documents.

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3. Wedding Planner List Book – £10, Paperchase

This wedding organiser is genius. As well as a notebook, you get sticky tabs for marking particularly important pages, a venue pad and an envelope for storage.

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4. Wedding Planner – £14.99, Rachel Ellen

This wedding planning book certainly fulfils our practical-and-pretty criterion. The cover is enchanting, and inside you’ll find all kinds of useful prompts, including a step-by-step planner, as well as plastic storage pockets.

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5. Our Wedding Day Planner – £39.99, Katie Loxton

Looking for a luxury wedding organiser? This Katie Loxton design is just gorgeous, crafted from vegan leather with a pearlescent finish. It’ll be a joy to pull this out to make notes at supplier appointments.

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6. Luxury Marble Wedding Planner Book – £22.50, Blush & Gold

Marble is a lovely cover design for a wedding planner, as you can see from this elegant Blush & Gold design. There are over 150 pages of worksheets and moodboards to get you inspired and organised.

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7. Luxury Pink & Gold Wedding Planner Book – £14.99, Ginger Ray

This pink and gold-foiled planner is great for giving prompts of what you need to organise next, and the spiral binding makes it easy to use.

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8. Personalised Wedding Planner – £22, Etsy

How pretty is this wedding planner book? That watercolour cover is just delightful. Inside, you’ll find information and advice, as well as space for your plans.

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9. Personalised Same Sex Wedding Planner Notebook – from £12, Etsy

We just love the cute design of this wedding planner, as well as the fact that it’s highly customisable. For starters, you can choose the inside page style, including an option to add wedding headings for organisation. You can also have the cover personalised with your name.

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READ MORE: 10 Traditions to Ditch for Reinvent for a Same-Sex Wedding

10. ‘I Do’ Bridal Planner – £46, Kate Spade

This organiser is a high-style option for anyone planning a wedding who loves a bit of luxury. Inside, you’ll find 48 planning pages, sticker tabs to mark your place and some pockets.

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11. Sloane Stationery Love Wedding Planner – £40, Liberty

If you’re looking for a cool, alternative wedding planner, this notebook is it. Handmade in England, it features a lizard-embossed cover in a notice-me hue; so chic, and also gender neutral.

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12. Apricot Wedding Notes – £34.99, Papier

Simple and elegant, this leather notebook contains 96 lined pages for jotting down your wedding dreams, and has a ribbon to mark your place. For extra style points, you can have it monogrammed.

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READ MORE: 5 Cute Ways to Announce Your Engagement Online

13. Kraft Wedding Planner – £10, Hobbycraft

This Kraft wedding planner will definitely help you get organised, with checklists to ensure you don’t miss a thing, as well as blank pages for your ideas.

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14. Tying the Knot Panama Notebook – £55, Smythson

When it comes to classic, high-quality stationery, it has to be Smythson. Their Tying The Knot notebook features a textured white leather cover, and inside there are themed tabs for easy planning.

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Ultimate Wedding Planner Book – from £17.99, Etsy

This wedding planner book contains lots of prompts and advice, so it’s great if you’re right at the start of your planning process and aren’t sure how to proceed.

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READ MORE: 13 Things That Happen to Every Bride After Getting Engaged

16.

White Moon & Stars Leather Notebook – £34.99, Papier

This pretty notebook is ideal if you don’t want your wedding planner book to look too, well, wedding-y. We love the design, and inside there are no planning prompts, just blank pages for noting down your ideas and to-dos.

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17. Wedding Plans Notepad – £8, Not On the High Street

Want a scrapbook-style wedding planner so you can create a printed moodboard? This fun notepad is a good option, with sturdy paper and a spiral binding that makes it easy to browse your ideas.

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18. Personalised Notebook – from £7.99, Getting Personal

This wedding planner book is a great budget option, and you can make it feel more special by having it personalised with your initials (or the couple’s initials if this is a present).

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19. Sunflowers Wedding Planner – £35.

99, Paper Bound Love

We love this planner for any kind of wedding, but the cover design would be particularly apt for a rustic country celebration. Inside, you’ll find a planning calendar with daily to-do lists as well as pages for making notes.

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20. Sloane Stationery ‘The Big Day’ Wedding Planner – £39, Amara

Another contemporary-cool design from Sloane Stationery, this A5 notebook features 192 pages of gilded, quality paper for your ideas – jotting down your thoughts never felt so luxurious.

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21. Wedding Plans Personalised Notebook – £22, Norma & Dorothy

This charming wedding planner comes in a variety of colours, from blush pink to pastel blue and white. To really gild the lily, you can add a premium pen.

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22. Personalised Wedding Plans Scrapbook – £25, Not On the High Street

If you’re more a visual person than a words person, this scrapbook-style wedding planner could be right up your street. Simply stick in images, sketches and fabric samples for inspiration for the look of your day.

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READ MORE: Wedding Colour Schemes: 15 Beautiful Palettes for Every Season

23. Passion Journal Wedding – £26.99, Moleskine

Great news for Moleskin fans – they’ve brought out a wedding version of their iconic notebooks. It’s divided into tabbed sections, and has a 12-month calendar, stickers and a pocket – the perfect marriage of style and substance.

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24. Candy Mustard Lay Flat Notebook – £21.95, Katie Leamon

It’s not specifically a wedding planner, but this Katie Leamon notebook is still one of your top picks. That’s partly because of the ‘lay flat’ binding, which makes it easier to write in (particularly if you’re left-handed), plus the fact that for the quality of the paper, it’s a very good price indeed.

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25. Leather Wedding Organiser – £47, Not On the High Street

This leather wedding planner is an excellent organiser. It’s sectioned out into handy segments such as venue ideas and menu ideas, and even has a pull-out two-year wedding planner. It’s incredibly efficient and has been made in a handbag-appropriate size so you can carry it around with you wherever you go.

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26. Wedding Planner Book Eucalyptus – £29.95, Not On the High Street

This pretty wedding planner has a range of sections that any bride or groom will find useful, from mood boards and checklists to vow planning and even honeymoons research.

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27. Personalised Wedding Planner – from £27.50, Etsy

This pastel wedding planner book has plenty of useful worksheets and themed pages to get you thinking about different elements of the day. The colours are very chic, and it’s available in sizes A4 and A5.

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28. Wedding Planning Notebook – £12.99, Not On the High Street

This gold and white notebook is ideal if you prefer free-form planning – there are no themed sections, just 40 blank pages to fill with your ideas. It’s also a lovely gift, as the notebook can be personalised with the bride-to-be’s name on the front and a message on the back.

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READ MORE: The Best Bride-to-Be Gifts

29. Rose Gold Foiled Wedding Planner – £9.95, Not On the High Street

Want a pretty bride-to-be notebook? This rose gold wedding planner is a lovely choice, with themed pages to get you thinking as well as blank spaces for your ideas.

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30. Personalised ‘I Do’ Wedding Planner Book – £24.99, Not On the High Street

If your personal tastes run more towards clean and contemporary than pretty, this wedding planning notebook could be for you. There’s a choice of six different font colours to pick from., and you can personalise it further by adding your names and wedding date.

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Find out everything you need to plan for your big day with our comprehensive wedding checklist.

little white book – voted best wedding planner book

Description

If you’re a modern, multi-tasking organised and super-chic bride who wants to enjoy planning her Big Day, this is the wedding planner for you! Voted among the Best Wedding Planner in Australia by Bridal Musings, Modern Weddings and Paper + Lace; in the Top 10 Wedding Planner Books on Etsy, featured on CNN International, the little white book is simply the only wedding planner you need.

Voted Best Wedding Planner Book!

If you’re in New Zealand or Australia and have looked for wedding planning or budgeting help online, you’re possibly already familiar with She Said Yes wedding planning guides. Cited by national newspapers as an authority on wedding planning, the blog has helped over a million couples plan their Big Day (with over 200,000 readers from New Zealand alone).

In 2016 She Said Yes created the perfect wedding planner book for any journal lover, note taker and checklist-devotee to get a kick-start with wedding planning. Voted the Best Wedding Planner Book in Australia by Modern Weddings Magazine, Paper & Lace and Bridal Musings, recently featured on CNN, and included in Etsy’s best wedding planners of 2020.

The little white book is a wedding planner book and organizer diary all-in-one. You’ll take it everywhere, actually use it, and keep it forever after your wedding too.

Brides to be will stay on-track and organised with this wedding planner book, create a keepsake of memories and tick off essential wedding planning checklists all the way along.

It’s the modern, multi-tasking bride’s daily diary and organiser, compiled into one stylish, smart and easy-to-carry book – the ultimate wedding planner:

ultimate wedding planner book – full of essential planning tools (e.g. guest lists, budget, venue appointments and contact, other vendor meetings, honeymoon planning)
– detailed wedding checklists integrated within the 12 month countdown timeline to stay organised and create the wedding of your dreams,
– a 12 month diary (1 week per double-page spread, then 1 page per day in the final week to your Big Day. Undated – you insert applicable month/year, start anytime)
– wedding journal prompts to encourage you to record all your own thoughts, and experiences and work on your vows. Allocated space every week for goals and tasks,
– plenty of note and blank pages, perfect to plan a wedding day with the bullet journalling method
– made to the highest quality, worthy of its keepsake status.

Also available as a bundle with the wedding planning pack. We ship the little white wedding planner book Australia-wide daily from Melbourne & worldwide from Auckland New Zealand.

Featured on CNN, NZ Herald, Stuff.co.nz, Paper & Lace, Bridal Musings (“best wedding planner book”), VIVA magazine (“perfect wedding planner”), Canvas Magazine (“a very practical wedding planner”), Miss Fashion Quarterly, Unbridely, Polka Dot Bride, Elle Cherie, Emma’s Wedding Advice, Mindy Weiss, The White Files, Heartbeat Bridal, Southern Bride, Irish Wedding Blog, Vanolia, Love Photography, Rime Arodaky, NZ Real Health & more – read the reviews.

Together Journal x An Organised Life Wedding Planner

Together Journal x An Organised Life Wedding Planner

An Organised Life and Together Journal are thrilled to announce the launch
of their sophisticated new Wedding Planner. A year in the making, this collaborative production by An Organised Life founder Beck Wadworth and Together Journal editor Greta Kenyon is a fusion of fashion and function, the ultimate modern guide for brides and grooms to help them arrange a celebration with maximum style and minimum stress.

Unlike many other planners on the global market, this one features inclusive language and blends invaluable checklists, schedules and suggestions with an elegant design. Brimming with expert advice from leading industry professionals, as well as insider tips from real-life couples, it’s an essential companion
catering to couples hosting celebrations big or small.

Size:

180 x 120mm

300 pp (150 pages)

Style code: TJXAOL

Together Journal x An Organised Life Wedding Planner

An Organised Life and Together Journal are thrilled to announce the launch
of their sophisticated new Wedding Planner. A year in the making, this collaborative production by An Organised Life founder Beck Wadworth and Together Journal editor Greta Kenyon is a fusion of fashion and function, the ultimate modern guide for brides and grooms to help them arrange a celebration with maximum style and minimum stress.

Unlike many other planners on the global market, this one features inclusive language and blends invaluable checklists, schedules and suggestions with an elegant design. Brimming with expert advice from leading industry professionals, as well as insider tips from real-life couples, it’s an essential companion
catering to couples hosting celebrations big or small.

Size:

180 x 120mm

300 pp (150 pages)

Style code: TJXAOL

Diary of a Wedding Planner, Excerpt 1 — Perfectly Planned Moments

Dear Diary,

Before I started my business I felt that there was a large distinction between small businesses and large businesses. Trying to unpack why this is the case has been a very complex process for me for many reasons, but one of note is that when I was in the single digits of my life, my family started a business creating and selling beeswax candles, lip balm, and other natural products at farmers markets, boutiques, and online. My brothers and I learned from our parents the entire creation process of these products, along with the hustle of packaging and marketing. To me, we were a small business. I understood the importance of turning a profit, because the products we sold had initial costs and took time to put together, but I also knew that we weren’t making much money based on the amount we sold each week. We eventually stopped producing and selling these products and closed our business; it was an invaluable experience for me, and I’ve since gone on to start multiple small businesses myself, but that initial experience gave me the impression that unless a business is huge, it is incapable of turning a sustainable profit.  That is, one to live on.

At least, this was my opinion of businesses that sold products. Maybe this explains why I’ve gravitated forward the service industry instead of the product industry, since it becomes a matter of selling time and effort rather than a product that is the result of time and effort. For whatever reason, people will spend a lot more money paying for time and effort than they will for a product, which–I imagine–is partly because a product is only as valuable to its buyer as its benefits are. To its producers, however, it’s price tag pays for the wage of workers, the cost of the product’s parts, the costs of marketing and business, and a little extra to make it all worthwhile for the business owner. Two very different perspectives on the item’s cost that will only sell sustainably if both seller and buyer consider the same cost to be reasonable. 

Maybe it’s not so different as I make it out to be, though. In many ways, being in the business of selling my services, I am the product people are buying.  The stakes are higher this way, since unsatisfied customers will be directly unsatisfied with me; however, it connects the value of my clients’ money to a person, and it forces them to understand that business is…well, personal. I am a person. The effort that I make has human constraint, and is limited by the fact that–as a person–I have a personal life in addition to my business. 

Being a small business owner, I am not branded enough that–like Target, or Krispy Kreme, or Clark Pest Control–when you think about me, you imagine a business made up of effective products, professional phone answering services, or locations characterized by standard logo colors and lit up text above the doors. The reality of my business is that it’s just me. I work on my computer. I designed and run my website myself. I take my Instagram pictures, choose the filters, and think of my own captions and hashtags. I answer all of my business phone calls, texts, and emails; I pay for the gasoline that it costs my car to meet with my clients, and I write it off as a business expense on my taxes. I do my work at my desk when I’m home, on my phone when I’m out, or on site with clients, and I do it simultaneously with my private everyday life.

Amidst all of this meshing of business and personal life I have felt that I struggled to keep my personal and professional lives in separate boxes. Sure, I lived in the same place that I worked, but if other brands could keep things clear of any evidence that it was run by imperfect people, why couldn’t I? 

And that’s the punchline, everybody.

Every business is run by imperfect people.

Nothing about it is actually mechanical–the Trader Joe’s that my boyfriend used to work at is always stocked with well-organized, priced, and labeled food during open hours, but delivery trucks–driven by people–come after closing and deliver food for the next day that is unloaded and restocked by people–people who are ready for their shifts to end so they can go home to their personal lives. 

This last Black Friday, everybody shopped, trashed aisles, and stood in long lines for checkout that were controlled by employees who probably would rather be sleeping, but have expenses their jobs need to pay for. The traffic that we faced trying to get places this holiday were filled–from bumper to bumper–with mere people. The Trader Joe’s employee behind the car of a business owner, behind the car of someone who just lost his job, behind the car of a woman in labor trying to get to the hospital, behind the bus of dozens with individual stories, grievances, and joys. 

My point is that large businesses and small businesses are separated only by sophisticated marketing techniques dependent on keeping the buying and selling process impersonal, because this keeps the focus on the product and the buyer’s need for the product. It plays on human self-centeredness to encourage people to spend money on themselves. It’s a brilliantly successful strategy that has tricked buyers into believing that the needs that their purchases are meeting are being met by money, and not people earning this money.

Do you see my point? Big businesses are like plastic to buyers. They’re just businesses, as if businesses can run themselves. They maintain professional, impersonal, robotic brands that have tricked us all, and they’ve given us small businesses the false impression that we must maintain the same plastic branding to get the same official stamp of realness. To feel that we have grown from a “small business” to a “large business” from more than just the brackets on our tax paperwork. 

The difference between general blog posts and personal diary excerpts is that the blog posts have to have a point. This doesn’t really, although that doesn’t prevent it from having meaning to me. Having been trained in marketing, I understand the branding and marketing process to a far enough extent that I shouldn’t have been fooled for so long about this–that the authenticity of a business isn’t dictated by my ability to be impersonal while working. It is personal.

Yesterday my client texted me asking if I would help her order a product on Amazon ASAP and I told her I would have to do it after I finished Black Friday shopping. I ended up working on and completing the task between stores on my phone. My client said she totally understood, and I was happy to help her the moment I could–but I felt that the situation forced both of us to acknowledge the nature of my job, and how all over the place it can make my life sometimes.

Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love my job, and I chose it specifically because I enjoy connecting personally with people that I work for, and I enjoy working during unusual business hours as the behind-the-scenes orchestrator of weddings. My job is perfect for me, and I gladly let it consume the majority of my time. 

What I have realized and decided, however, is that the nature of my job as a business owner requires not that I make my brand another, plastic corporate operation, but that I keep it manageable as a lifestyle. And given that the bulk of my work as a wedding planner includes clear communication, healthy and compassionate relationships, delegation skills, and teamwork, I would argue that keeping things honest and relational is absolutely necessary.  

Is that really so unprofessional and bad? I think that clients WANT to hire a wedding planner that they can connect with. They’re going to share with me–over the course of the months, sometimes years, that we work together–personal concerns and aspects of their lives that they will desire and need me to respond with empathy, relatability and humor to. They need responses like, “I love that idea! That sounds like so much fun!”, “I understand that feeling, I’ve felt that at X time in my life too. It’s totally normal, don’t worry.”, and “It’s okay that you’re fifteen minutes late! I know how stressful life can get.” 

This works for me. I find, to my utter joy, that my clients will extend the same grace to me as well, like when my client yesterday understood that I was Black Friday shopping, and told me to have a great time. The relationships I build with my clients become ones of mutual respect, patience, and honest enjoyment. The client I spoke with yesterday is a wonderful woman getting married next week, and we are both sharing in the excitement of it together. It’s not just a job to coordinate her wedding for me, but a personal investment, because I WANT her wedding to be beautiful and perfect. I bought her and her fiance a wedding gift, and I feel sad that in a week we will be done working together trying to find deals on centerpiece flowers and backdrop curtains.

Wedding coordinator to bride, she is my client, and I am professional. But woman to woman…I kind of want to go to coffee with her sometime.

Will I ever? I’m not sure, but it makes me happy knowing I have these kinds of relationships with people that I work with on a regular basis. I know I’m very lucky to have such a pleasant working environment. 

I love my job. I LOVE my job. Here’s to staying personal and keeping the hustle real.

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!

~ MaKenna 

Apprentice Wedding Planner – time to get certified in weddings

For most of us, the last few months in lockdown have been the ultimate time for some well needed self-care and re-evaluation.

I’ve had a lot of time to self-reflect and I’ve been going back and forth about my career and how to get started about a thousand times.

If you’re anything like me, you probably don’t like being in the “back and forth” mindset or in the grey area. You like to know exactly what your next move is and have every step mapped out.

At this point, you may have already dabbled in a few different industries, changed university courses twice, and still feel no further forward than you did when you were 15.

For a while it felt to me like I had a career related writers block.

Before I get to the main point of this post, here’s a small insight into my life.

My childhood was heavily revolved around sports and competition. I was a competitive figure skater for 12 years and this took me all around the world and allowed me to experience my life in so many exciting environments.

My day to day life consisted of rhinestones and sequins, early mornings and freezing cold ice rinks.

Being a competition kid meant that I was used to the varied pressures that came to present themselves in early adulthood.

For a very long time, I believed that skating would be my whole life and my career. I gave up when I was 18, when I realised that I needed to put the wheels in motion and properly consider what I would really like do for a living.

When dreaming of my future career, I always took my inspiration from my favourite chick flick idols. I decided I would either work in a publishing house, be a ruthless Editor and Chief (who looks just like Meryl Streep) at an elite fashion brand or a magazine journalist writing about classic dating faux pas in the Big Apple.

Of course, these all seemed extremely realistic to my 14 year old self. It was probably a mixture of these films that ultimately led me to do a degree in journalism.

But what about after university? After school?

What happens when we’re flung into adulthood headfirst with no roadmap?

The words “real job” have been embedded in my brain for about the last 5 years, and it’s no less daunting at 22 than it was at 17.

Getting started is not an easy thing. The early stages of anything are often filled with procrastination and a whole load of doubt. But there are a few things to do that can make the reality of it a lot less scary.

First things first, accept that fear is completely natural and that nothing rewarding ever comes from playing it safe.

As we all know, comfort zones are our warm and cosy sweet spots. But unfortunately, anything remotely exciting or gratifying usually lies just outside of it.

Secondly, grunt work is always necessary. And thirdly, understand that things won’t happen overnight. Patience has always been and will always be, the key.

Now I’ve been fascinated by the wedding industry since I can remember. Romantic comedies taught me everything I needed to know about them and after watching ‘27 Dresses’ about 150 times, I practically feel like an expert already.

The industry is ingrained in my DNA as I’ve watched my mum be the successful entrepreneur that she is for so many years.

Yes, she’s the CEO of the Wedding Academy.

So with all of this in mind, I’ve finally decided to take the metaphorical leap and take my first steps to becoming a certified wedding planner.

This was a very daunting concept to me at first, but I’m here to hopefully offer a little bit of an insight and help you through your journey, as I experience mine.

It’s an exciting new chapter and I can’twait to share it with all of you!

Summer x

Best Wedding Planning Tools for your 2021/2022 Wedding »

If you already knew you needed Wedding Planning help pre-2021, chances are it’s become your best wedding planning tool. If you weren’t yet a convert (but now you’re desperate for the tools!), let me help you find the absolute best wedding planner tools to suit your needs. Invaluable in keeping you on track (or, heaven forbid, having to change your plans), having a wedding planner book will save you precious wedding budget dollars, save you of time, and probably also save your sanity as you approach the Big Day feeling confident and organised.

First, in order of my favourites, the best wedding planners for your 2021/2022 wedding (and if you’re still wondering if you need one after checking out these, scroll down for some wedding planner book info and advice).

Our top pick for the best wedding planning tools – Something Blue DIY Wedding Planning Software

Something Blue – The Ultimate DIY Wedding Planning Software for modern day couples

Want to discover the NEW way to plan your wedding like a professional, without hiring an expensive wedding planner?

Something Blue Wedding Planning software gives you all the tools to plan your wedding like an expert. Something Blue is going to help you remove the roadblocks from wedding planning and give you the confidence to know that you’re going to pull off your wedding day without a hitch and have the wedding day you dreamed of. 

Receiving 5-star reviews from brides-to-be:

the little white book

Some say you can’t plan your ‘Big Day’ without the little white book, and devotees of this chic, handbag sized wedding planner book sing its praises.

The reviews speak for themselves: says Katie “I’m obsessed!!! Spent the day scrap booking ? thank you so much! I love it – it’s such great quality too. Can’t wait to get further into wedding planning!!” and Ninia “The little white book is an amazing keepsake. I felt it really helped me enjoy the planning process by giving me a place to record important details as well as my thoughts and feelings. I’ve always kept diaries and love the fact that I essentially have a diary for the whole wedding planning process to look back on and appreciate for the rest if my life.”

The little white book is made by a fellow wedding blogger, and wedding planning expert, Megan of She Said Yes. The natural progression of a wedding blog devoted to useful planning tips, the little white book is in our view the best wedding planner book. We love that it’s not only a planner, but also includes a daily journal. It can be used as your diary/agenda for as much or as little as you wish to include – and is perfect for scrapbooking, with plenty of blank pages. It’s also “perfect bound” – a win for those who love to journal.

You can use paperlove for 10% off either at www.shesaidyes.co.nz or at the Australian little white book store – www.littlewhitebooks.com.au

All that’s missing from this wedding planner book is personalisation – which brings us to…

The best personalised wedding planner book

In a word… stunning! This vintage floral design, personalised wedding planner is a beauty.

The layout is quite typical of most wedding planners (lots of pictures online) and there doesn’t seem to be anything amiss. I do wish it was “perfect bound” rather than spiral bound, as it can be a bit awkward to write in spiral binding.

Tea says “I just received my wedding planner book and it looks just like the picture! I haven’t started writing in it but I have taken a look inside and it has a great layout and reminders of all the things you have to think of for your big day <3”

The best wedding planning binder

A beautiful place to house all your magazine pages, vendor agreements and invoices, this linen wedding planning binder by Claire Magnolia is a great engagement gift.

Jordan says “Looks even more beautiful in person!”

NOTE: this wedding binder does not contain a template or pre-printed pages (as shown in some images).

The best

simple wedding planner notebook

If you’re looking for something more like a notebook than a fully-fledged wedding planner book, this Big Day Wedding Planner Book is a chic and cheap choice (and can be personalised). A nice personalised addition to a bridal gift box, or for someone who does most of her wedding planning online but needs a cute space to make notes.

Reagan says “This notebook was the perfect addition to my friends engagement gift box. Love the customization! And the colors are gorgeous :)”

The Best Wedding Planner Books of 2020

What’s in a wedding planner book (and why do you need one)?

Most wedding planner books will come with separate sections on each element of wedding planning, along with a timeline and checklists to go through on the way. Many come with helpful wedding planning advice to help you get started with wedding planning too, and in each section you can fill in vendor information, quotes, notes and ideas to discuss each time you meet.

There’s so much to remember, especially in the final countdown to the Big Day, and having to physically tick off each step of wedding planning is guaranteed to save you from forgetting something important.

If you’re planning a wedding in 2021, chances are some of your best-laid plans have been thrown into disarray. With many couples having to completely reschedule their weddings, having all your plans in one tidy place is invaluable!

Creating a keepsake of this once in a lifetime journey

Marriage is for a lifetime, but will you be able to remember all the special parts of wedding planning in years to come? We love a wedding planner book that doubles as a beautiful keepsake, with space for journal entries; reflections on your proposal; memories to use in your wedding speeches and vows, and even a honeymoon journal. You can easily share your budget and vendor pages with friends, and one day pass it onto your children.

How do you brainstorm your wedding planning?

We love Pinterest as much (okay, probably more than) the next girl, but we also dig a scrapbook! There’s something about creating a physical mood board that makes things feel even more real! Photos taken from a little white book review on Facebook.

What about planning a wedding online or on an app?

Though Paper + Lace is an online platform, I still can’t go past putting pen to paper for the important stuff, and just as most couples still opt for the look and feel of physical wedding invitations, for me, an app or wedding website’s just never going to cut it. However, if you’re strictly savvy, I recommend The Knot app combined with the electronic wedding planning pack.

How are your budgeting skills?

The best wedding planner books, including the little white book and the floral personalised wedding planner above include comprehensive sections on your wedding budget, where you can input how much you’ve estimated, then been quoted, so that you can continue to work on your wedding budget as you go through each of your vendor bookings. She Said Yes also sells a wedding budget template, if you prefer to use excel for your financials. You can also use the code paperlove to save 10% on that.

Who’s helping you with wedding planning?

It can be really useful to have all your thoughts in one place, and even if you’re working with a professional wedding planner or day of coordinator, having your own ideas in a tidy little book can make communication with them much easier.

If friends or an MC is helping you on the day, you can easily photocopy the vendor contacts and day-of run through pages in the little white book or vintage wedding planner to share.

Wedding Preparation Plan (To Do List)

Today
1

Think over and discuss the style and theme of the wedding

20 August 2021
Next week
2

Guests

Make a guest list

We recommend using the guest list in your wedding planner. In this list, you can easily mark the status of a guest (invited, will come or not), mark and search for guests with tags (for example, “a hotel is needed”, “a relative of the groom”, etc.)

23 August 2021
3

Budget

Calculate approximate costs and decide on a budget

August 25, 2021
4

Marriage registry

Choose an off-site ceremony or registration at the registry office

August 26, 2021
5

Marriage registry

Select registry office

August 26, 2021
6

Marriage registry

Choose a wedding day

August 26, 2021
7

Marriage registry

Apply for marriage registration at the registry office

August 29, 2021
September
eight

Decide whether we will organize everything on our own or through an agency

September 2, 2021
nine

Find a professional wedding planner or choose who will fill his role

September 2, 2021
ten

Consider going to the gym or even finding a personal trainer

September 3, 2021
eleven

Witness
Bride

Choose a witness

September 5, 2021
12

Witness
Groom

Select a witness

September 5, 2021
13

Guests

Pre-interview guests who can come

You can poll guests using the poll service. And you can mark and monitor the status of guests (whether they will come or not) in the guest list service.

September 5, 2021
fourteen

Toastmaster

Choose a host / toastmaster for the wedding

September 8, 2021
15

Toastmaster
Contract

Meet with the host / toastmaster, discuss details and sign an agreement

September 11, 2021
16

Toastmaster

Make an advance payment for the services of the host / toastmaster

September 11, 2021
17

Photo

Choose a wedding photographer

September 14, 2021
eighteen

Photo
Contract

Meet with the photographer, discuss details and sign an agreement

September 17, 2021
19

Photo

Order Love story photo session

September 17, 2021
twenty

Photo

Make a prepayment for the services of a photographer

September 17, 2021
21

Video

Choose a videographer (in the registry office, for a banquet)

September 20, 2021
22

Video
Contract

Meet with the videographer, discuss the details and sign the contract

September 23, 2021
23

Video

Make a prepayment for the services of a videographer

September 23, 2021
24

Banquet

Choose a place (restaurant / banquet hall)

September 26, 2021
25

Banquet

Go to a restaurant disguised as an ordinary visitor

September 29, 2021
October
26

Banquet
Contract

Meet with the restaurant administrator, discuss details and sign an agreement

October 2, 2021
27

Banquet
Budget

Make a prepayment for the restaurant

October 2, 2021
28

Plan your wedding day

October 5, 2021
29

Plan / think over a walk, choose places to visit on your wedding day

October 5, 2021
thirty

Prepare a detailed wedding day schedule for guests

Create as detailed a schedule as possible for your wedding day and send it to your guests. Then you (or witnesses) do not have to tell the plan of the event to each guest separately. And on the wedding day, your guests will find it easier to navigate, as they will know the schedule in advance.Read on for tips on how to plan your wedding day and what a rough wedding day plan might be. You can create a detailed schedule using the service.

October 5, 2021
31

Transport
Contract

Order a limousine or other transport for the newlyweds

Read about how to find the best transportation for your wedding.You can read about the pros and cons of limousines for a wedding and how to order them in the article. Also, be sure to familiarize yourself with the important nuances of drawing up a contract.

October 7, 2021
32

Transport

Order transport (taxi?) For the evening from the restaurant to the hotel

October 7, 2021
33

Transport
Guests
Contract

Order transport for guests for the day and evening

October 7, 2021
34

Transport
Guests

Order a steamer?

You can read about the choice of a motor ship for a wedding in the corresponding article.

October 7, 2021
35

Transport
Budget

Make a prepayment for the limousine

October 9, 2021
36

Transport
Budget

Make a prepayment for vehicles for guests

October 9, 2021
37

Prepare a list of gifts (vish list)

You can create a list of gifts online and send the link to guests, and they will decide on their own what to give. Guests will be able to “subscribe” to gifts, so it will not work out that several guests will present the same gift at once. We also recommend making a list of “unwanted” gifts.You can read in more detail what a list of gifts is and why you need it in the article.

12 October 2021
38

Guests

Recheck the guest list and send out invitations

You can order interesting design invitations for guests in our store.

12 October 2021
39

Banquet
DJ

Find a DJ / musician for a banquet (often the toastmaster has his own contacts)

October 15, 2021
40

Banquet
Toastmaster
DJ

Discuss the style of music with the toastmaster and DJ

October 18, 2021
41

Banquet
Budget
Contract

Rent music and lighting equipment for a banquet

October 18, 2021
42

Florist

Choose a decorator / florist for a wedding

October 21, 2021
43

Florist
Contract

Meet with a decorator / florist, discuss details and sign an agreement

October 24, 2021
44

Florist

Order bridal bouquet and groom’s boutonniere

October 24, 2021
45

Florist

Order rose petals

October 24, 2021
46

Florist
Budget

Make a prepayment for decorator / florist services

October 24, 2021
47

Florist
Banquet

Think over the design of the restaurant

October 24, 2021
48

Bride
The dress
Budget
Purchases

Buy a wedding dress

October 27, 2021
49

Groom
Budget
Purchases

Buy a suit and shirts for the groom

October 27, 2021
November
50

Bride
Budget
Purchases

Buy shoes for the bride

Read a very good and detailed article on bridal shoes.

November 2, 2021
51

Bride
Budget
Purchases

Consider buying a second pair (without heels) or pick up from the available ones

November 2, 2021
52

Groom
Budget
Purchases

Buy shoes for the groom

November 2, 2021
53

Hairdresser
Bride
Budget

Find a hairdresser for the bride

November 8, 2021
54

Visagiste
Bride
Budget

Find a makeup artist for the bride

November 8, 2021
55

Hairdresser
Bride
Contract
Budget

Meet with the bride’s hairdresser, choose a hairstyle and sign an agreement

November 13, 2021
56

Visagiste
Bride
Contract
Budget

Meet with the bride’s makeup artist, pick up makeup and sign an agreement

November 13, 2021
57

Cooking
Contract

Order a wedding cake

November 18, 2021
58

Cooking
Transport

Find out about the delivery of the cake to the place of the banquet

What can be a cake, how to choose it and calculate the approximate weight of a wedding cake on this page.

November 18, 2021
59

Cooking
Budget

Pay for the wedding cake

November 18, 2021
60

Cooking
Contract

Order a loaf

November 18, 2021
61

Cooking
Transport

Consider the delivery of the loaf to the banquet place

November 18, 2021
62

Cooking
Budget

Pay the loaf

November 18, 2021
63

Purchases

Buy wedding rings

November 21, 2021
64

Dance

Sign up for a wedding dance production or dance studio

What can be a dance for a wedding? What to consider when choosing it? And also about the nuances of professional staging, read the article.

November 21, 2021
65

Bride
Purchases

Buy / pick up accessories for the bride (veil, garter, stockings, gloves, clutch, etc.)

November 24, 2021
66

Bride
Purchases

Buy / pick up the bride’s underwear

November 24, 2021
67

Groom
Purchases

Choose accessories for the groom (tie, cufflinks, etc.)

November 27, 2021
December
68

Think over / plan a honeymoon trip

December 6, 2021
69

Bride

Go to the bride’s beauty salon

December 9, 2021
70

Groom

Go to the groom’s beauty salon?

December 9, 2021
71

Bride

Go to the dentist for the bride

December 12, 2021
72

Groom

Go to the groom’s dentist

December 12, 2021
73

Book a hotel for the wedding night

December 15, 2021
74

Guests

Consider accommodation for nonresident guests

December 15, 2021
75

Toastmaster

Select / come up with banquet contests

December 21, 2021
76

Banquet

Plan / purchase alcohol and other drinks

The article will help you calculate the amount of alcohol.

December 25, 2021
77

Banquet

Decide on light snacks and champagne for a while before the restaurant

December 25, 2021
78

Marriage registry
Purchases

Buy a pillow for rings

December 28, 2021
79

Marriage registry
Purchases

Buy a cover for a marriage registration certificate

December 28, 2021
80

Marriage registry
Purchases
Witness
Witness

Buy witness tapes

December 28, 2021
81

Purchases
Witness
Witness

Buy auxiliary things (instant stain remover, adhesive plaster, etc.)

List of items to have in a bridesmaid’s purse on their wedding day. All the essentials.

December 28, 2021
January 2022
82

Bride
The dress

Try on a wedding dress, hem if necessary

January 3, 2022
83

Hairdresser
Bride

Rehearse the bride’s hairstyle

January 6, 2022
84

Visagiste
Bride

Conduct a rehearsal of the bride’s makeup

January 6, 2022
85

Groom
Witness

Plan your bachelor party

January 12, 2022
86

Bride
Witness

Plan a bachelorette party

January 12, 2022
87

Plan the next day after the wedding

January 25, 2022
88

Bride
Witness

Plan the bride ransom

January 29, 2022
89

Bride

To carry the bride’s shoes (at least a little around the house)

January 31, 2022
90

Groom

To carry the groom’s shoes (at least a little around the house)

January 31, 2022
February 2022
91

Guests

Check the guest list again

February 6, 2022
92

Guests

Prepare a seating plan for guests

February 6, 2022
93

Banquet
Guests

Design and buy gifts for guests (bonbonnieres)

Gifts to guests at a wedding from newlyweds are a fairly new, but very nice tradition. You can read more about her and learn about interesting gift ideas here.

February 6, 2022
94

Banquet
Guests

Print / order name cards and general seating plan for guests

February 7, 2022
95

Banquet
Guests

Select a menu and confirm the number of guests

Basic food selection ideas are described in this article. If you are using a wedding planner, then the number of guests can be viewed in the guest list.

8 February 2022
96

Banquet
Guests

Inform the restaurant manager about the seating plan of the guests

A seating plan can be made here.

8 February 2022
97

Banquet
Dance

Rehearse a dance in a restaurant

8 February 2022
98

Banquet

Check the operation and compatibility of the projector

8 February 2022
99

Banquet
Budget

Pay for restaurant services

8 February 2022
100

Bride
The dress

Return the wedding dress for steaming / ironing

February 10, 2022
101

Bride

Go to the SPA

11 February 2022
102

Toastmaster

Check the readiness of the host / toastmaster a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
103

DJ

Check the DJ’s readiness a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
104

Check the readiness of the audio equipment supplier a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
105

Photo

Check the availability of the photographer a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
106

Video

Check the availability of the videographer a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
107

Banquet

Check the readiness of the restaurant a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
108

Florist

Check the readiness of the decorator / florist a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
109

Hairdresser
Bride

Check the readiness of the hairdresser for the bride a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
110

Visagiste
Bride

Check the readiness of the makeup artist for the bride a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
111

Transport

Check the readiness of the limousine a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
112

Transport

Check the availability of vehicles for guests a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
113

Cooking

Check the readiness of the cooking (cake) a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
114

Cooking

Check the readiness of the cooking (loaf) a week before the wedding

13 February 2022
A week before “Wedding Day”
115

Prepare and rehearse toasts (‘thanks to parents and guests’)

February 15, 2022
116

Banquet

Bring your alcohol to a restaurant

18 February 2022
117

Banquet
Transport

Consider transporting additionalthings and materials for contests on the wedding day

18 February 2022
118

Bride

Make a manicure and pedicure for the bride

18 February 2022
119

Groom

Groom manicure

18 February 2022
On the eve of “Wedding Day”
120

Toastmaster

Check the readiness of the host / toastmaster the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
121

Check the readiness of the audio equipment supplier the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
122

DJ

Check the DJ’s readiness the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
123

Photo

Check the availability of the photographer the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
124

Video

Check the availability of the videographer the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
125

Banquet

Check the readiness of the restaurant the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
126

Florist

Check the readiness of the decorator / florist the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
127

Hairdresser
Bride

Check the readiness of the hairdresser for the bride the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
128

Visagiste
Bride

Check the readiness of the makeup artist for the bride the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
129

Transport

Check the readiness of the limousine the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
130

Transport

Check the readiness of vehicles for guests the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
131

Cooking

Check the readiness of the cooking (cake) the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
132

Cooking

Check the readiness of the cooking (loaf) the day before the wedding

19 February 2022
133

Double-check everything with the wedding planner and give him all the contacts

19 February 2022
Wedding day
134

Check documents (!)

20 February 2022
135

Make sure that all the necessary things will be where and when necessary (!)

20 February 2022
136

Toastmaster
Budget

Pay for the services of the host / toastmaster

20 February 2022
137

Budget

Pay for audio equipment

20 February 2022
138

DJ
Budget

Pay for DJ services

20 February 2022
139

Photo
Budget

Pay for the services of a photographer

20 February 2022
140

Video
Budget

Pay for the services of a videographer

20 February 2022
141

Florist
Budget

Pay for decorator / florist services

20 February 2022
142

Hairdresser
Bride
Budget

Pay for hairdresser services

20 February 2022
143

Visagiste
Bride
Budget

Pay for the services of a make-up artist

20 February 2022
144

Transport
Budget

Pay limousine

20 February 2022
145

Transport
Budget

Pay for vehicles for guests

20 February 2022
146

Relax and enjoy the holiday!

20 February 2022
After “Wedding Day”
147

Budget

Make sure everything is paid

February 21, 2022
148

Complete all official paperwork

March 6, 2022
149

Leave reviews and thereby help future brides and grooms, thank good suppliers and warn about unscrupulous ones.

March 6, 2022

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Free wedding planner in Belarus

A wedding is always exciting and beautiful at the same time.However, in order for everything to go perfectly, step-by-step wedding planning is essential. Let’s talk about him.

Why Wedding Planning

Each couple sees in their own way the process of preparing for the wedding and the celebration itself. And it’s not just about inviting guests and choosing a wedding dress. It is important to consider all the wedding details. And since there are a huge number of these very little things, without detailed step-by-step planning, organizing a wedding with your own hands will turn into a living hell.

Full preparation of the wedding will allow you to achieve at least three goals:

  • Do everything in advance, take your time.
  • Do not forget anything: think over all the wedding details in detail.
  • Enjoy the preparation and not get nervous.

Remember that wedding planning begins long before you apply to the registry office.

Wedding coordinator or holiday agency services

How the preparation for the wedding will take place depends on who will be entrusted with the planning mission. Self-organization of a wedding takes a lot of effort, emotion and time, while the work of special agencies allows you to focus on such joys as ordering a wedding dress and buying wedding rings.

If you prefer to entrust the celebration in the hands of the wedding coordinator, it is important to tell him in detail your ideas and views on how best to conduct the wedding.On the Best Day Planner wedding portal, you can keep in touch with all the professionals from the Wedding Catalog of Belarus: convenient online correspondence will save time and money on calls, as well as save all discussions in a dialog box.

Do not be afraid to clarify the details and view the portfolio of specialists from the Wedding Services Catalog. The more creative you are, the more fun your wedding preparations will be. When communicating online, you can immediately understand whether cooperation with an agency or a coordinator is comfortable for you. If in doubt, it is best to refuse these services.

You can find a list of the best wedding services in your city by flipping through the Wedding Catalog of Belarus on the bdplanner.by portal. After online correspondence, try to meet with some of the most prominent holiday agencies or coordinators in your opinion before making the final decision and placing an order.

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If no one else’s wedding services are to your liking, it’s time to start planning your wedding yourself.Be sure to register on the Best Day Planner portal and use the free Online Wedding Planner. It describes in detail all the stages of preparation for the wedding. This is a real find for the modern bride!
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Is not only a wedding organizer: it is completely electronic, can be opened from any device with Internet access, and most importantly, it is simple and convenient to use.

Start by making a guest list and use your wedding organizer to outline your upcoming tasks and tasks.Depending on how many there are, you will be able to determine other aspects of wedding planning, such as the scale of the event, the required budget and the wedding services. All these stages of organizing a wedding are available online in the free Wedding Planner on the bdplanner.by portal.

Wedding tips and helpful articles will help ease the preparation for the event and provide a basis for inspiration, search for a suitable wedding theme and style of the entire event. Thanks to our wedding tips, you don’t have to experiment, because you will have feedback from those who have already brought these ideas to life.

DIY wedding organization

In the question “how to organize a wedding on your own”, do not rely on memory. In the age of digital technologies, everything is easily and easily recorded into a smartphone – this is why our Wedding Planner was created. After registering for free on the wedding portal, you can take advantage of the many functions of the wedding organizer and online planner.

In order to make the preparation time for the wedding more romantic, you can write your Stories about the progress of the wedding organization and the nuances of the planning process in order to share your impressions and experiences with other users.Such stories can be called a bride’s diary. Our visitors are very fond of them, because brides are the main target audience of the Best Day Planner portal.

We hope that our wedding portal will help you make your wedding preparation time easy and enjoyable! Let our free Wedding Planner help you organize your dream wedding online!

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Many girls experience excitement before their own wedding, because they want this day to be the best! It is one thing if all the preparations are entrusted to the wedding agency, and quite another thing if the bride is going to organize the celebration herself, controlling all the stages of preparation for the wedding. And here you cannot do without such a “helper” as the bride’s diary, which has long been loved by all brides in Europe.

What is a bride’s diary?

The bride’s diary can be bought in the store in the form of a ready-made book (notebook) with various illustrations, a calendar of appointments, tables for calculating the wedding budget and menus, places to write and recommendations for organizing a wedding.

In addition, you can make the bride’s diary with your own hands from a regular notebook, diary, notebook.It will not be inferior in beauty and functionality to the purchased one, because you can completely optimize it for yourself. You can place template tables and data in it, diluting them with places for records, photos and pictures. The information in it will be placed exactly as it is convenient for you, because you will structure it at your discretion.

What does a bride’s diary look like? We present to your attention a selection of photos!

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What is a bride’s diary for?

The bride’s diary, which is kept by the girl, independently organizing the celebration, can become a real assistant in preparing for the wedding. There she writes down the key moments of the holiday, tips and tricks, marks important details of her image, design of accessories, decor, etc. The diary can become the bride’s companion for a rather long period: from the moment of the marriage proposal until the end of the wedding celebration.

If you are responsible and scrupulous about wedding preparations, but at the same time creatively, you have at least 7 reasons to join the experience of Western brides and start a bride’s diary:

  1. By writing down all sorts of little things in your diary, you will not forget about anything: when to pick up your wedding dress from the salon, when to meet with the host, etc.etc., as well as contacts and addresses of contractors and places where you want to purchase wedding goods.
  2. You can add advice that your married friends, acquaintances and parents gave you in your diary. Perhaps at some stage in the preparation for the wedding, someone’s recommendation will come in handy.
  3. In your diary, you can write down a variety of wedding ideas, from the style of the wedding dress to the design of accessories and cake. Moreover, you can both describe and sketch the things you like, and paste photos, clippings from magazines, etc.p.
  4. In the diary, all information related to the preparation for the wedding will be sorted into sections, so you will quickly find everything related to this or that item of preparation for the celebration.
  5. A brightly and colorfully filled bride’s diary can become a real family heirloom, which you are happy to leaf through after the wedding, again plunging into the sea of ​​those amazing impressions and emotions. In addition, your diary can be a great help for your sister or girlfriend who is also planning her own wedding.
  6. In the diary, you can express your thoughts, experiences, emotions and memories. He will become a kind of “friend” for the girl preparing for the wedding!
  7. With a diary, you no longer have to carry a bunch of things with you: business cards, flyers and a diary / notebook for entries, because everything you need will be in the bride’s diary.
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What to add to the bride’s diary?

If you liked the idea of ​​a bride’s diary, let’s discuss how to keep such a useful thing.Here are the basic entries that must be present in the bride’s diary:

  • Contacts and addresses of all wedding contractors and people whose help you will need in organizing your celebration: from wedding specialists and salons to accessory makers and pastry chefs. Moreover, at first you can make a list of prospective contractors to choose the best one, and then highlight in red those who are preferred.
  • List of all wedding purchases: from accessories for the newlyweds to the little things for the wedding ceremony and banquet.Gradually cross out what you have already acquired.
  • Important matters and appointments: when to pick up a dress from the salon, when you have an appointment for a manicure, when you meet with the presenter, etc. Do not forget to cross out completed tasks and add new ones, as well as mark in case of any changes.
  • Photos of places related to the upcoming wedding: pictures of a rented hall, places for a wedding photo session, etc. So you can consult with your family and contractors without unnecessary travel, simply by showing them a photo.
  • 92,598 Expenses that will help to efficiently spend the wedding budget.

  • Ideas for organizing a modern wedding. Both simple notes and drawings, photos, magazine clippings, printouts, etc. These can be pictures of wedding dresses, rings, accessories, examples of wedding decor, cakes, etc. This way you can visually “tell” the contractors exactly what you want!
  • Musical compositions that you would like to hear at a wedding. In particular, the music for the wedding dance and the key moments of the celebration (the newlyweds come out, painting, cutting the cake, etc.)NS.).
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So that the bride’s diary is not a notebook containing many, many difficult-to-understand entries, it should be structured.The required sections are:

  • Wedding plan (what and when to do; you can read more about how to make a wedding plan here).
  • Image of the bride and groom (here you can write down the contacts of wedding salons, paste photos of your favorite dresses and accessories, etc.).
  • Wedding budget and expenses.
  • Bachelorette party (everything about the pre-wedding party: location, contacts of contractors, what to buy, etc.).
  • Shopping list (here you can write down what accessories and little things for the wedding should be purchased, gradually crossing out the already purchased things).
  • Guest List.
  • Choosing a venue for a wedding (this section should contain a table in which you will enter the locations you like, indicating the most important points: the cost of renting a hall, the minimum order amount, the cost of a portion per person, prepayment, is it possible to bring food / alcohol with you, is there a “cork” fee for service personnel, until what time it works, etc.).
  • Wedding menu.
  • Banquet hall and cortege decor (photos or sketches of the wedding celebrations you like).
  • Contacts and meetings with contractors (here you can enter the contacts of the specialists you like).
  • Calendar with appointments and reminders.
  • Section for personal thoughts and sayings.

With a properly designed diary, wedding preparation will turn from a hassle into a pleasant pastime! Therefore, we have prepared for you a sample bride diary with important tables related to wedding preparations. You can download it from the link below.You can add missing items or remove irrelevant items to it, creating for yourself the perfect wedding “helper”!

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Diary of the bride

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In self-preparation for the wedding, the “Bride’s Diary” will become an indispensable assistant. A complete diary book for brides can be purchased at our office. Cost: 150 UAH.

A light version in tables is available for download.

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Preparing for a wedding is a responsible and time-consuming process, especially since you want to make your wedding day special and unforgettable. Here it is important not to miss a lot of small details, take into account all the nuances and not forget anything. It is necessary to plan meetings with all participants in the celebration, plan the wedding budget, which will be within the planned costs.Do everything possible to look stunning at your wedding, to be dazzlingly beautiful, resplendent, relaxed and ready to start a new life with your loved one.

“Bride’s Diary” will help you to simplify and organize the process of preparing for your wedding. All information in the notebook is of a recommendatory nature and is written from the experience of the organizer, coordinator, bride, guest, as well as a person who has to communicate a lot with people working in the holiday industry.

In the book you will find a step-by-step guide to wedding planning, tons of useful tips, tables for calculating wedding budget, calendar of appointments, photos, and many other interesting things. To make the diary as useful as possible for you, you need to start using it as early as possible.

Dear brides, beautiful identity to you and a happy family life!

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