Your Guide to Buying the Best Wedding Planner Book Now

31 Jan

Are you planning a wedding by yourself? Are you a DIY bride and or groom? If there is one thing you will need, it’s a wedding planner book and not just any wedding planning book either. Certainty there are many wedding planning books in the marketplace and sure they do have lots of helpful information however how many of these books cover the areas you want or have the important information you need. Beside when you really think about it, are you certain you know everything that you should consider when planning you wedding by yourself. Believe me this endeavor is fraught with pitfalls, headache and many challenges to the untrained. That’s why I am reminding you, go get yourself a wedding planning book before you mess up you big day.

Therefore what is it you should look for in that necessary planning guide, you are going to get? First ensure you are getting simple instructions and guidelines to help plan your dream wedding You don’t need to be confused by jargon or technical terms of which you are hearing about for the first time in your life. When it comes to the structure of you book a spiral Bound book is the best choice. However if you find a great book and it’s not spiral bounded, I wouldn’t pass it up if I were you. who wants to end up with a wedding day horror story, certainly not you. Therefore why did I suggest a spiral bounded book? These book are usually easy to carry makes notes in and consequently durable. Believe me when I say your book is going to go through a very brief and rough life probably more than the life of any ordinary book. This book is going to be closer to you than your best friend it going to be your guide, your inspiration and main resource in you wedding planning efforts and you are going to work it like a mule.

Of the many wedding planning books you will be examining ensure the book you choose has included in it pages; Checklist, Worksheets, and Information sheets. Remember You wedding planner book is your wedding planning resource, your reference guide. You should therefore ensure it has copious space for note taking. e.g you visited a few florist shops looked at a few designers and heard a few terms you know you’re going to want to make notes on the terms u heard and the shops, prices and ideas that interests you.

Your wedding organizer will guide you in planning the wedding time line of events that is; what you should do after the proposal, six months before the wedding, one month before the wedding… the week before. e.g Did you know most wedding venues are booked up to 1 year before the wedding

Looking at the table of contents, you should see that the book covers at least these points in detail not just a brief overview:

  1. Wedding Budget
  2. Planning Calendar
  3. Wedding Day Timetable
  4. Final Phase Calendar
  5. Wedding Invitations
  6. Invitation Countdown
  7. Tips on Sending Invitations
  8. Invitation Printing
  9. Marriage License Information
  10. Shower Ideas
  11. Seating ArrangementsWedding Gown check list
  12. Attire etiquette
  13. Shopping tips and tricks
  14. Fitting and accessories
  15. Choosing a Wedding Gown
  16. Alternative Wedding Dresses
  17. Choosing Beach Wedding Attire
  18. Gowns for Maternity Brides
  19. Checklist for the Groom
  20. Rentals Budget guide plus worksheet
  21. Cake Cutting Guide
  22. Registry Checklist
  23. Outdoor Wedding Tips
  24. Wedding Ceremony Booking
  25. Wedding Reception Booking
  26. Wedding Planning Software (optional)
  27. Hiring Your Coordinator
  28. Hiring the Photographer
  29. Questions for the Caterer
  30. Hiring Your Videographer
  31. Create Your Own Ring (optional)
  32. Toasts & Wedding Speeches
  33. Attendants, Family and guest
  34. Attendant etiquette
  35. Guest Etiquette
  36. Reception
  37. Reception site
  38. Question to ask
  39. Site Checklist
  40. Rental and catering
  41. Outdoor occasion
  42. Dress Bridal salons
  43. Question to ask
  44. Guide and checklist
  45. Hair and makeup

This however is not a complete list. In a next article I will go through the suggested table of content in more detail.

To support your Planning guide you might want to add to your arsenal an expandable file or regular binder and page protectors with extra wide divider tabs that stick out past the page protectors to keep all the venue and vendor documents in. One pocket for church stuff, one for the reception site, one for all other vendors and one for correspondence. Just in case you don’t have enough pockets in your wedding planning organizer.

In reality, you most likely will not find one book that will cover all your planning needs. Therefore you might end up buying more than one book but the thing to ensure is that you don’t have too much duplication or an absence or information and advice that you most certainly need. Of course you can also find free online wedding planning guides or software which can help to fill in those nagging unanswered questions that the book you purchased didn’t resolve. Note that as convenient as most online tools or software are they don’t offer you the convenience of on spot note taking and portability. Before you walk down the aisle looking or feeling like a bridezilla get you self the bastion of every bride and groom your own wedding planning guide book.

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