Planners That Make You a Total Boss
Even if you're working with an event specialist, it can still be a challenge to keep yourself organized while wedding planning. With July coming up, now's the perfect time to grab a new academic-year planner (July–June) and get yourself organized for what's to come in the year ahead. (Sure, you've been out of school for a while but there's no shame in admitting comfort in a school-year calendar!)
We know that everyone has their own method of organized chaos, so we picked eight different planners for eight different personality types. Your life is about to get so much easier.
The Chill Yogi
The Happiness planner incorporates positive thinking, mindfulness and gratitude into their pages, so even if you discover you accidentally double booked venue tours you'll stay totally zen.
The Happiness Planner midyear July–June planner, $59, TheHappinessPlanner.com
We love that this planner doubles as a clipboard writing surface. Not only is it incredibly convenient, but there's just something about being the person with the clipboard that makes you feel like you're running the show—take that confidence and run with it.
Blue Sky day designer, $14, BlueSky.com
Perfect for the lover of literature, this foil-stamped hardcover planner makes each swipe of a pen feel like you're penning your love story one wedding-related appointment at a time.
Rifle Paper Co. everyday 12-month agenda, $30, RiflePaperCo.com
If you love Nicole Miller wedding gowns, you're especially going to love her planners. Stylish and practical, you'll be the most fashionable client at the florist.
Nicole Miller clutch planner, $28, NicoleMiller.com
The Monogram Lover
Does everything you own boast your initials? This is the planner for you. From the layout style to which month it starts on, everything can be customized. You can even add in pages specific to your lifestyle (fitness tracking, budgeting, blog planning). I mean this may be the last time you sport your pre-married initials, so why not?
Plum Paper weekly planner, from $31, PlumPaper.com
You don't just need a couple labels, you need all the labels—color coded and alphabetized. This wedding-specific planner comes with laminated monthly tabs that can be switched around and rearranged, a laminated "I Do" checklist and four sheets of stickers with wedding to-dos.
Erin Condrin lace wedding planner, $55, ErinCondren.com
The List Maker
If your smartphone calendar keeps you on track, sometimes all you really need is a chic notebook and pen to inspire to-do lists ideas and the occasional middle-of-the-night doodle.
The simple pages in this planner were designed on purpose to "serve as a fresh start every day." Ahh, don't you feel so much less stressed about your day already? (And really, how cute are those pineapples!)
Emily Ley academic daily simplified planner, $58, EmilyLey.com