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Dream, Envision, Get Inspired
Start a Pinterest board, or two or three, for dress/cake/decor/favor ideas or do it the old fashioned way with a scrapbook of photos. If you're the woo-woo creative type like me, you can create a vision board with photos that represent how you want your wedding to look/feel. Hang it somewhere you'll see it everyday to remind you of what you're going for.
Keep Track of Your Budget
Start a spreadsheet to track your expenses or purchase one through places like The Knot and let it do all the dirty work for you.
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Get out your rainbow of highlighters and color code your activities. Green for vendor appointments, blue for dress shopping, pink for brunch dates with the bridal party, etc.
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Check your Check List
Download and print out a wedding planning checklist to keep track of what to do and when to do it.
Create and collaborate with Google's Wedding Planner template. Store email addresses, keep a budget, start a guest list, create schedules, and invite friends and family to see/participate in your progress.