Wedding Planning: Tips and Tools to Stay Organized

Vendor information, business cards, cake options, dreamy dresses, invitations...the list of things a bride must do goes on and on, which is why it's super important to stay organized. The organized bride is a successful bride! Luckily, there are lots of ways to keep it all together...including your sanity.

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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.

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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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Color Code
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.

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Google 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.


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  1. Every wedding should end up on budget. It is dependent that how much you need to spend on your relationship. Most brides and bridegrooms feel overwhelmed in the entire process of Wedding Planning. Begin through creating a personalized 30 days month to-month list with a wedding date. We should add all important things related to the marriage to your check-list which means you don't forget.

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