A Wedding Planner For Your Purse
Style meets function in Erin Condren’s new wedding planner. It has a calendar layout to keep track of important dates and appointments, special stickers to mark events, a budget checklist, tips from Condren, and pockets to hold fabric swatches, napkin samples, and more (and comes in several fun cover designs). A bride can even opt for a one- or two-year version of the planner, depending on the length of her engagement.
The mom of twins and stationery entrepreneur used to make wedding binders for friends when they got engaged. “Just a store-bought, three-ring concoction that I would personalize in a DIY-style with stickers, cut-out photos, quotes, and more,” Condren remembers. And although we live in a digital world, “there is something very special about a tangible ‘book’ that holds a bride’s thoughts, inspirations, ideas, and schedules,” she adds. —Stacy Shepherd
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