Five Things To Get You Back Into Planning Your Big Day!

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For many of us September is back to school month. Whether you’re a parent, a teacher or simply because you took your foot off the pedal to enjoy the summer months, this month will see lots of engaged couples getting back into the swing of things and ramp up their wedding plans. As we’ve got the back to school vibe going on this week today we’re sharing five fabulous tips and ideas to get you back in the driving seat of wed-min! 

Get your stationery looking pretty

You can’t go back to school (hypothetical or not!) without a new set of notebooks and pens, now where would the fun in that be. Weekly plans, a weekly countdown to your big day, appointments not to be missed and to-do lists all will look prettier on a cute journal, diary or notebook! Go on you know you want to! Some of our favourites can be found at Paperchase, Rifle Paper Co. and Kikki K. 

Revise and refresh yourself with your choices so far

This is not a chance to change your mind about things you might have picked but a quick revision lesson on the direction, style and feel you are going with for your Big Day. It’ll also help you discover any elements you might have forgotten about. 

Get up to date with your budget

Has anything changed, maybe you’ve saved in some areas and can put that to use in another, the best way to being married life is on an even keel with your finances, so budget really does matter. For great budgeting tips have a little look at this. 

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Plan days out to wedding fayres

It’s the season for wedding fayres so why not look for a few around you area, or at your venue and pay them a visit. Fayres are a great way to get to meet and chat with the suppliers you’ve already booked and you might even come across some new businesses that you hadn’t heard of. 

Seek inspiration

Spend the cosier evenings gathering inspiration from wedding blogs, Pinterest and through local wedding suppliers social media channels, the busy summer wedding season is over and they will have shared a lot of goodness!! 

We’re slipping in a sixth tip – enjoy it! The process of planning your wedding can be a busy and sometimes scary time but please remember to relax and enjoy every moment of the lead up. 

(Images by Dreamlife Photography from Verity and Matthew’s backyard wedding) 

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