You’ve learned what is bad Bridezilla behavior, now here are the tools to plan and execute a perfectly sane wedding!  Jeanne shares much of her own wedding planning resources she has created and regularly uses in weddings she coordinates.   The Budget and Checklist Categories especially have great worksheets and checklists to keep you on track and in check.

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Denise June 21, 2012 at 6:02 pm

I just wanted to say thank you for this website. I am just starting out as a wedding coordinator, and the resources and information you give on this website have helped me so much.


Patty April 4, 2016 at 11:02 am

Our wedding is coming up in late July. I didn’t want to have a bridal shower since my fiancée and I are older and we really don’t need housewares. That being said, we’re expecting about 200 people, and I’ve heard from many couples that the wedding and reception are a blur, and they have little time to enjoy the party and spend time with their guests. We were thinking about asking our bridesmaids and groomsmen to throw us an engagement party. If we have the party in May or June, just before a July wedding is that acceptable, or did we miss the time frame to be in good etiquette for an engagement party? If it’s not too late to have an engagement party, am I correct that if there is a party called an engagement party, guests won’t feel obligated to bring gifts? If it’s too late to have an engagement party, and we don’t want a shower, is there an alternative get together we can have so we can have an enjoyable time getting together with our guests before the wedding?



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