Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Perfectly Planned

Between the contracts, magazine tear sheets and all your ideas some things are bound to get lost. By making your own wedding planning book you will be able to organize and keep track of appointments, thoughts and important information.

The key to planning a wedding is having everything organized. By keeping your ideas and vendor contact information together, you'll be able to have everything with you at each planning meeting. And if you're out and need something, your fiance will know exactly where to find the information you're calling him about.

See Jane Work is my favorite site for stylish office and organizational supplies. The binders above are from Russel + Hazel. They are available in a wide variety of colors so you can pick a binder to match the color palette of your wedding. Once you find the perfect binder, pick up lined paper, dividers and folders so you can keep everything (neatly) together.

With your own planner, you can customize it to include the precise categories and items you want. For example, if you’re having a wedding at home you can include a tent and valet parking category, which you might not need if you are getting married in a hotel or catering facility.


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