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Planning a wedding is a big undertaking, and a disorganized planning process will make it seem even bigger.
When you go to wedding shows and meet with vendors, you'll collect brochures, business cards, quotes and contracts, and you'll jot down your own notes along the way. The best way to keep all this straight is a big three-ring binder, which allows you to quickly and easily add and sort wedding-related info.
Print out the worksheets on this page and use them to guide your planning process. Sit down with your partner and figure out your budget with our Budget Worksheet, and when you're meeting with prospective vendors, don't forget to bring along our Questions to Ask worksheet. The Planning Checklist will help you make sure you have all your bases covered during the countdown to the big day.
Each of these worksheets is LIVE – you can download it, change it, type notes straight into it, and make it your own.
Download our Budget Worksheet PDF Worksheet HERE. You can type into it, save it, make changes, and print it!
Download our Planning Checklist PDF Worksheet HERE. You can type into it, save it, make changes, and print it!
Download our Questions to Ask PDF Worksheet HERE. You can type into it, save it, make changes, and print it!
Download our Emergency Kit PDF Worksheet HERE. You can type into it, save it, make changes, and print it!
Location, location, location: For the perfect wedding you need a perfect location. You will look at pictures of this day for the rest of your life, so make sure you like what’s in the background.
Above Photographs (clockwise):
Art Pinney, Anda Photography, Patience Ivory, Amy Parsons