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Blueprint Wedding Planning Worksheets
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Instructions Tips + Tricks
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Wedding Date💙Each spreadsheet includes a sample entry.We've assembled some real-life wedding planning tips and tricks to make wedding planning simple.
Or at least mostly tolerable.
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9/10/2020💙You'll need to make your own copy of the worksheet(s) in order to edit them.Create A Timeline
May help to visualize tasks coming different months. You can move around tasks to keep everything manageable.
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Days Remaining💙To make your own copy, click File > Make a copy
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219💙Boxes in yellow and outlined should be filled in first (not in all worksheets)Designate Time for Meetings (Daily/Weekly)
Designate one night a week to scour the internet, narrow down choices, read endless contracts and websites,
have heated debates about music… whatever has to be done.
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💙The Budget worksheet includes recommendations for how to allocate funds by category.
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Trust Yourself + Your Decisions
Once you’ve made a decision stop looking. Buyer’s remorse helps no one.
Do a little research, make an informed decision, and move on.
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Planning Worksheets Available
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❤️BudgetYou Don't Need To Be #1 In Uniqueness
Once you figure out what you want, pick the thing that’s the best fit for your needs,
and don’t worry about whether it’s inspirational or clever.
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❤️Guest List
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❤️Venue ComparisonKeep Workload 50/50
Since you are both equally getting married to each other, it's important to us to split the load evenly.
Cater to your strengths, divide, and conquer!
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❤️Menu Planning
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❤️Hair + Makeup ScheduleHire People to Help (But Keep It Small)
If you can afford it, hire a professional. Stick with vendors who provide multiple items/services.
You'll cut down on the # of other vendors that you need to interact with, contracts to sign, and decisions to make.
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❤️Wedding Party
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❤️Vendor ComparisonCan't Hire? Delegate.
If you have willing family and friends, delegate decision making too.
Save yourself some brainpower and delegate decisions as well as tasks.
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❤️Wedding Day Schedule
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❤️Rental SuppliesLock Down Major Decisions First
You don’t want to spend months hemming and hawing about tablecloths.
After choosing a venue, try immediately choosing tablecloths.
Do this with other tasks as well, and everything will flow from there.
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❤️To-Do List
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❤️Photo List
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❤️Processional
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❤️Wedding Decor + Signage
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❤️Music
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Bonus Guides!
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💕A (quick) in-depth look at 5 steps to take first in planning.
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💕The ultimate guide to wedding events.
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💕Essential money questions to cover when getting married.
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💕Thinking about your wedding website? Check this out.
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💕Registry shopping? Try looking at a few samples for inspo.
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1st Step: Define Your PrioritiesRating2nd Step: Rate Your Priorities
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List three words that will describe how you want your wedding weekend to be.
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It's important to keep in mind what elements of your wedding are essential.
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LOCATION: Geographic considerations, venue style, included amenities (i.e. bare or full-service)
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FOOD + DRINK: Meal style, bar + drinks, baked goods
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GUEST EXPERIENCE: Transportation, hotel/AirBnB accommodations, gifts and favors
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ENTERTAINMENT: Music + dancing, activities
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Describe what would make or break your wedding day experience?
DESIGN + DECOR: Floral and decorative elements, customized details and surprises, paper goods
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ATTIRE, ACCESSORIES + APPEARANCE: Dress, suit and accessories, beauty and grooming
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FILM & PHOTO: Photography, videography
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What have you seen at other weddings that you do not want to have happen at yours?
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What have you seen at other weddings that you would love to happen at yours?
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