Organize Your Wedding with These Stylish Planners and Notebooks
Every bride needs a posh way to plan her big day.
While Levenger’s Circa is great for everyday errands and projects, it’s obvious that your big day calls for something special. Make a date with these stylish wedding planners, which are every bride’s organizational dream come true.
That’s right, we hunted down four of the best wedding planning notebooks out there just for you. If only things were this easy all the time.
This planning book is sweet. LA-based stationery connoisseur Sugar Paper provides you with eight divided categories so you can narrow things down to bride, groom, party, dress, cake, flowers, details, and travel. The 35 clear 8.5-by-11-inch sheets give you a ton of space to jot down notes and inspiration. Bonus: Like a very good dress, it has pockets. | $62.
Wedding planners, your jobs are in jeopardy with organizers like these on the market. Brides-to-be, keep track of all aspects of your wedding inside this hardcover binder’s 179 pages. It guides you through seating charts, invitation tips, venue selection, and more. There’s an expense worksheet, reception table charts, and even a place for notes on guests like allergies or gluten-free diet restrictions. | Available at Barnes & Noble, $35.
And you thought your gown was the fanciest thing in the wedding. Smythson’s—with more than 125 years in British luxury leather goods—steps it up with a grained lambskin-bound wedding planner notebook. It has pale blue featherweight paper with metallic edges and a grosgrain ribbon bookmark. How Kate Middleton of them. | Available at Neiman Marcus, $80.
Charlestown printer Smudge Ink reminds wedding planners to be thankful, or at the very least proper. With their spiral-bound Wedding Thank You Note Log, you can keep track of everyone you’d like to thank for their gifts. It lays out the who, what, and when of gift giving so that all of the information will be ready when you need it. There’s an inside pocket for spare cards and stamps, and they even get you started with two folded notecards and envelopes. Maybe you should send one of those to Smudge Ink to thank them for this nice planner, yes? | $12.