Post # 1
- Wedding: August 2020 - Hampton, VA
I went to Barnes & Noble and looked through their minimal wedding section. I think I like TheKnot’s wedding planner book the most because it seemed to really break it all down – even gave ideal timelines which seems really helpful!
Any bride to be use a planning book? Which one? What was most helpful and least helpful?
Thanks bees! 🙂
Post # 2
Honestly, I had everything on a cloud drive on my laptop, so much easier! I created spreadsheets (budgeting, guest lists, addresses, etc) documents with folders, saved links from different sites, pictures of stuff I liked, stored invoices and quotes, any email correspondence, etc. It also made it easy to access all my stuff from my phone when I was out running around and also to email stuff back and forth with Darling Husband or others.
Post # 3
I found the Practical Wedding book by Meg Keene to be helpful in terms of tips and things to consider. Not so much a planner but I also downloaded some of their templates from their site. They were helpful (especially the tip about numbering the invite)
Post # 4
I used the Knot Wedding App planner and it was absolutely fantastic. I had a couple of books as well but nothing compared to the checklist on that app.