Alright ladies, we all LOVE our Erin Condren Teacher Planners, now let me introduce you to the Teacher Planner's adorable cousin, the Wedding Planner. If you're already married you're going to be considering renewing your vows, just so you can use this planner. If you're engaged, go buys yours now! If you're not engaged, just buy one and hide it under your mattress so you have it when the time is right...just don't let anyone find it in the meantime, they might think you're a little crazy.
In this post I'm going to walk you through the EC Wedding Planner and all of it's amazing-ness.
The beginning of the planner starts with your monthly calendar views. These are nice, but I don't use them too much. I have big wedding dates labeled, but I mostly use my iPhone calendar (because it's shared with my fiancé, so he knows when we have appointments). After each month you also have a page for "notes".
Next is one of the best parts of the entire planner. These pages show you what you should be doing at each point up until the wedding. This really kept me on track, otherwise I would have been completely lost.
*Note: When you order you chose a 1 year or 2 year engagement. That way your timeline fits your specific needs.
After this section there are specific pages to meet all of your wedding planning needs. These pages offer suggestions, room for notes, lists, and just about anything else. You will get specific pages for:
- Guest List
- Budget Check List
- Shot List for Photographer
- Cake Tastings
- Vendor Contact List
Above you'll see the budget layout. I really like this resource, it helped me remember all of the things that actually have to be paid for. There's so much when planning a wedding, this was really helpful for keeping it all straight.
Toward the end of the planner you have the folder insert. This is SO incredibly helpful for organizing receipts, contracts, notes, and anything else.
Seriously guys, I love this thing. It goes everywhere with me. I'm pretty sure my fiancé thinks I've lost my mind, but at least I'm organized! This EC Wedding Planner is such a helpful tool and it'll be a fun keepsake to look back on in 20 or 30 years.
What do you use to keep your sanity while planning for your wedding?