New Second Edition!: Be Organized. Have Fun. The BrideGuide Wedding Organizer is a very functional wedding planner keepsake for the modern "just-engaged" bride-to-be. In a cute (but not frilly) binder, there are 18 tab categories from cakes to wedding attire to honeymoon and more. Inside, there are checklists, worksheets, and topic-specific questions to ask wedding vendors. Unlike most picture-laden planners, the BrideGuide Wedding Organizer is intentionally simple yet classy, designed more like a day-timer to store, share, and manage day-to-day wedding planning activities in a portable 3 ring binder (Now 50% Bigger to hold more stuff!). Inside the New Second Edition, you'll find expanded content on dress and Tux selection and more useful worksheets. Also included, are a zipper pouch, a portable 3-hole punch to store magazine tear-outs and contracts, business card holders, inspirational love quotes throughout, two additional tabs for personal customization, plus handy forms like a US Passport application. A perfect Bridal Gift or for the "just-engaged", the BrideGuide Wedding Organizer is a must have.
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You should have seen their faces. My wife created this "wedding-timer" shortly after we got engaged-- poor thing; I only gave her six months to plan. :/ Every time we visited a wedding vendor or showed Mary Anne's home-made organizer to friends, their eyes said "WOW".The product is unique. It's simply elegant and extremely useful. Think of this as the Bridal Bible-- You'll want to take this everywhere so you can have all your wedding planning details at your fingertips. If you're looking for twenty pictures of Bavarian chocolate wedding cakes-- this is the wrong book. If you're looking for something to plan, manage organize and prepare-- this IS absolutely the organizer for you. Congrats and good luck.From the Author:
Congratulations on your (or for your daughter's, sister's, cousin's, friend's, or significant other's) engagement! I remember how excited I was when my husband Jim proposed to me. After an amazing engagement weekend, I suddenly felt stressed out trying to get a grasp on the whole wedding planning thing.
In my attempt to get organized, I visited several bookstores in search of an organizer. I saw lots of pretty pink planners and lovely books, but there wasn't anything out there that would simply keep me organized. Finally, I went to a local office supply store and made my own. It really helped a lot. Our wedding was the most amazing day ever. :)
After my girlfriends got engaged, they offered to pay me to create a similar organizer for them. When my marketing-minded husband saw their faces light up, he helped me professionally publish what is now called the BrideGuide Wedding Organizer. I hope you like the content-- there's some useful forms I created, like the photography checklist (to limit the over-aggressive photographer from taking way too many pictures-- and killing your budget). You'll like the flower worksheet too, for example. The BrideGuide can be taken anywhere and consolidates all your "Big Day" planning and contact information. And when it's all over, it becomes a great keepsake to remember all the events that led up to the wedding.The book also points you to a website where you'll find downloadable digital checklists and worksheets as well as additional resources. Please send me an email sometime and let me know how your wedding plans are coming along.(email@example.com)
Best wishes for love and happiness,
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