Post # 1
I have been looking on Amazon.com but there are sooo many books…I don’t want to buy a crappy one. Doesn’t anyone out there recommend one? I have very expensive taste on a smaller budget and I want DIY ideas in it… budgeting, planning, etiquette..etc…Thanks girls!
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2010 - Orange County Performing Arts Center
You know, if you spend a lot of time on the computer, you can do everything on Google Docs if you have a google account. I bought a wedding book, but totally do not use it anymore because I do everything on Google docs and Gmail. Just a suggestion!
Post # 4
I also HIGHLY recommend googledocs & googledocs wedding templates!! Having everything online (and accessible for my Fiance to view, or to view from work or home, etc.) has been unbeatable.
Post # 5
@spitcurl: That is awesome!!! I never knew about these templates, so good!
Post # 6
I really like having a notebook, I got the Martha Stewart one from Borders. I like that it has wedding ideas in it, some wedding basics. It also has a timeline you should have everything done, and some calendar and organizing templates.
The reasons I really like having a notebook are:
1. I can take it with me to any vendors I’m meeting with. I really like taking notes, so I can make sure I don’t miss anything.
2. It makes it really easy to organize business cards that you get for the venue, band, caterer, wedding dress shop etc, so in case I need to contact them I know exactly where to go.
3. I can keep all my vendor contracts and recepits all in one place.
Post # 7
@divergirl: I have the Martha Stewart one too. Haven’t really used it yet, but browsing through it looks great and has the ettiquite part as well.