Can I see your planner?

posted 3 years ago in Paper
Post # 2
8680 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2014

I started using a scrapbook planner, but it was just too bulky for me to use, and when I was out and about, I couldn’t look at it quickly to see what was still needed.

I purchased this to carry in my purse and keep all of my contract cards, vendor phone numbers, appointments and contracts in. and I also use weddingwire for budget/reminders/payments/website/addresses and pretty much everything else wedding related.

  • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by  jenilynevette.
Post # 3
184 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

CallMeMrsG:  I’m not engaged yet LOL but when I do get engaged I already have mine picked out..its an Erin Condren wedding planner ( I have her life planner and I am in looove with it! Can’t wait till the day I need her wedding planner 🙂

Post # 5
17 posts
  • Wedding: August 2015

mrsaxachef:  This is great! I just printed it out to use for mine 🙂

Post # 6
2632 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

A friend of mine had bought a PDF planner on Etsy, and when I got engaged, she emailed the file to me! It’s an 18 page checklist 😮

I’ve also printed off a bunch of forms for wedding party contact info, venue contact info etc. 

I have it all in a binder, with I think 15 sections in it, as well as a few business card holder pages, a poly zippered pocket for samples and things and a folder for pages I rip out of magazines 🙂

I will check the name of the Etsy shop she got the checklist from when I get home from work 

Post # 8
239 posts
Helper bee

CallMeMrsG:  I used a bunch of different online ones (including the Russell and Hazel mentioned above): “A Practical Wedding” for their spreadsheets, This blogger, for the setup and checklists. Basically, I just printed everything I could find, and I pulled and sorted until I had everything that fits my style and needs.

littlekay111:  But, wow! I just spent an hour on Erin Condren’s website, lol. Thanks for the link!

Post # 10
184 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

StephanieElise:  Haha I know right! I have her life planner and it has been a HUGE help this year. They are pricey but I find that it is worth it. I’m already looking into which planner I will get when my current one ends 🙂

Post # 11
4591 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

After combing through ALL of the planners at B&N, I liked different aspects of each one. So, instead I just went out and bought a binder, about 10 dividers, some paper, and enough coversheets for it. I also printed lists and information from various Websites (the Russell+Hazel is great!). It was less than $10!

I also bought a few books with checklists in them, so I still have something like that to reference. The Knot Checklist, Bridal Bargains, and A Practical Wedding. With all of those, I should be covered… hopefully!

Post # 12
14 posts
Newbee has wedding planners thru their etsy store.  i have their daily planner and it’s great!

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