Tao of Wedding Planning: Part 2 - The Best PlannersTao of Wedding Planning: Part 2 - The Best Planners

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Tao of Wedding Planning: Part 2 - The Best Planners

The key to wedding planning to is to have some great tools to keep you organized. The thing that kept me organized was an excel spreadsheet that I created. But if you don't have that kind of patience, there are some wonderful planners to help you stay on track. Here are some of my picks:

Town & Country Wedding Planner

Viva el Amor: The Latino Wedding Planner, a Practical Guide for Arranging a Traditional Ceremony and a Fabulous Fiesta
by Edna R. Bautista

Jumping the Broom, Second Edition: The African-American Wedding Planner
by Harriette Cole

Sara Miller, Peter Pauper Press (absolutely fabulous organizer and keepsake)
I have this one!

Offbeat Bride: Taffeta-Free Alternatives for Independent Brides
by Ariel Stallings

The Anti-Bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tips and Tools for Getting Hitched
by Carolyn Gerin, Kathleen Hughes, Amy Glynn Hornick, Kathleen Hughes, Amy Glynn Hornick

Martha Stewart's Keepsake Wedding Planner (Ring-bound)

Check List for a Perfect Wedding: The Indispensable Guide for Every Wedding
by Barbara Lee Lee Follett, Loulie Hyde Sutro, Loulie Hyde Sutro

The Knot! Enough said.

Busy Bride's Essential Wedding Checklists
by Sharon Naylor

Peggy Post's 4th Edition of her wonderful planner

Lovely Regional Planning books

Minneapolis/St. Paul





New York

San Francisco


Los Angeles