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You're Engaged! Now What? - 9 Tasks to Tackle First

He asked, and you said yes! Once you've had time to scream, cry, laugh, hug, kiss, or whatever reaction came naturally to you, it's time to start some wedding planning. There is a lot involved with that, and it can be hard to know where you should start. WhereBridesGo.com knows of 9 things that you should take care of first. After tackling these tasks, you'll be ready to handle everything that comes next. 



#1 - Enjoy the Moment!
First and foremost, take some private time to keep this special moment just for the two of you. Unless, of course, he asked in front of all of your family and friends. In that case, you've already got items #1 & #2 taken care of. If he did ask you privately, really take this moment in time to dream about the amazing future you are about to begin together. It's up to you whether you take an hour, a day, or longer if you can keep a happy secret that long!

#2 - Share the Excitement
Don't go blasting the news on social media right away. You…

Wedding Organization Tips to Simplify Your Life

As a bride-to-be, you're probably quite familiar with the chaos that your upcoming nuptials may bring - but it doesn't have to stay that way! If you're feeling swamped by the amount of details that need to be completed, Where Brides Go would like to share a few ideas for Simplify Your Life Week. Embrace all of the beauty of your special day by not stressing out, and enjoy the simple things. Here are some easy ways you can simplify your wedding planning and how we can help.

Get a Planning Book The right wedding planner can help you simplify your life by keeping all of your wedding details in one place. Find one that features pages to record wedding details, contact information, appointments and more. It doesn't hurt if it's extremely cute, too!

Get Premade Invitations If hand painted and scripted invitations is important to you, you should certainly go that route, but keep in mind that intensive DIY projects for your wedding are either time consuming or expensive. W…