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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!

Buy these items: Turquoise Bride's Planner & Pink Wedding Planner

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. What if you could find beautiful wedding invitations that are also cost effective and fast? Check out these options that would not only be a beautiful choice but involve very little work.

Buy These Items: Olive Band DIY Wedding Invitations, Photo Overlay Invitation Kit, and Copper Branches Invitation Kit

Use Simple Wedding Decor

One of the most complicated aspects of a wedding can be the decor for your ceremony and reception. There's the guest book table, aisle, chairs along the aisle, the altar, reception tables, gift tables, head couple table, and the list keeps getting longer. You can still use meaningful decorations without overcomplicating the planning process! From beach and rustic themes, to fall or winter themes, Where Brides Go has the perfect style for you.

Buy These Items: By the Sea Tealight Holder, Burlap & Lace Wedding Guest Book, Simply Autumn Cake Top, and Snowflake Glass Ornament Place Card Holder

Find Easy Bridesmaid Gifts

Choose gifts for your wedding party that are special, meaningful, and take the stress off of you! Custom items are a wonderful way to show your girls how much they mean to you, but they can also take time - unless you use Where Brides Go! Monogrammed bracelets, customized beach towels, and handbags are just a few of the beautiful items you'll find on our site, and then some!

Buy These Items: Bridesmaid Heart Triple Strand Bracelet, Bridesmaid Metallic Gold Heart Tote Bag, and Luxurious Turkish Beach Towel

Go Where the Other Brides Go

Do you REALLY want to simplify your wedding planning process? Go where the brides go for what the brides love! When you visit our website you can find everything you need in ONE place, making the buying and planning process even easier than before. We wish you and your future spouse many happy days of planning, and would love to see pictures of your Where Brides Go gear on our Facebook page!


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