Wedding Planner c/o Paper Themes || The photos have made it look grey whereas in reality it's beige and white.
No, I'm not talking about Jennifer Lopez or even your local hotel appointed wedding planner. I am talking about this beauty also known in the house as 'The Bible'. With less than a year to get everything sorted for our upcoming wedding I was drowning in a sea of Word files and paper notes with names and numbers hastily scribbled down. We haven't booked anything yet but we have a lot of ideas for a very small wedding.
The planner itself feels of amazing quality. To me quality is when you can bang it about a bit in the bottom of your bag and it still looks brilliant which may not be the best test of quality ever but hey, I'm a chuck it in and go girl. The spine is covered in fabric giving it a contrast to the cover and pages and the pages themselves are thick. I am a weird stationary fan and I love thick pages that feel nice against my pen so this is a winner for me. With it's beautiful but subtle bird and floral design inside a heart it's right up my street and the way it's laid out - well it's got everything covered.
Inside you have tabs with everything from Getting Started to Guests and Stationary, Wardrobe, Wedding Day, Gifts and Contacts where you'll find the relevant space all beautifully laid out to write down the important bits. There's space for notes, clear envelope style pages to collect cuttings and samples and there's nothing I can think of adding to it which is a huge plus as some I've found don't have the sections I require.
All in all I highly recommend this for any brides to be as it really is a bit of a command central in book form. I'm a bit of a freak in that everything inside has to be written in my best handwriting with the same pen which makes it take an age to fill out relevant details but I want to keep this as a memento and hot damn, my handwriting will be pretty.