Congratulations, you’re engaged! Your first wedding purchase should definitely be one of these fab bridal planners, which can help keep all your inspiration, notes and check-lists in one place…
Kate Spade Bridal Planner, £40
Kate Spade’s bridal range always makes for a fabulous engagement gift, and we think this gorgeous blue wedding planner would make the perfect present! As a 3-ring binder, this planner is on the larger side, but it has plenty of super-handy checklists to help you keep on top of your wedmin.
Paperchase Floral Wedding Planner, £18
Paperchase have a fantastic range of wedding supplies, including plenty of bridal planners, bridesmaid planners and seating charts. We chose this floral-inspired design as we love the pretty cover and the great range of checklists, ruled paper and plastic pockets inside – not to mention, you can also get it in a set with a bridesmaid planner and a matching organiser file.
Illustries The Wedding Planner, £22.95
This beautiful book is less about organisation and checklists as it is about the creative process behind wedding planning. The inside is cute and quirky, and is filled with fun tasks to fill in, flowcharts, quotes and tips. You can even have it personalised with your names!
Busy B Wedding Planner, £19.99
If you love stationery, notebooks and organisation in general, then you’ll flip your lid over crafty shop Busy B’s Bride to B range. This pretty rustic bridal planner contains a ton of tabbed sections and pockets to keep all your wedding goodies in one place, and you can also buy bits and bobs to go with it such as sticky notes and countdown calendars.
Smythson Wedding Planning Panama Notebook, £70
Okay, we KNOW this one is pricey, but it’s also a thing of beauty, and will make a fantastic keepsake. Bound in white calf leather with gilt edges, this notebook is also the perfect size to keep in your handbag, which means it’s ideal for taking with you to viewings, fairs and appointments. You can even have the cover personalised!
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