Wedding Planning Bujo: Flip Through

Today’s video is all about the bullet journal I’m using as a wedding planner. Even though we haven’t set a date yet, I’ve been doing some research on planning a wedding. Things like working out a budget, writing a guest list, invitation etiquette, and so on. I’m using my wedding bujo as a catch-all for this, and will also be using it when we start planning properly.

Watch the video to see what it all looks like at the moment, and if you want any information about sources, please check below.

Wedding Planner Resources

I used a PDF from Russel and Hazel to help work out the wedding timeline and checklist.
I used this infographic about a wedding planning timeline (it matches pretty well with the above).
I also used this article from Rock N Roll Bride for my planning overview.

For the budget, I used this PDF from Botanical Paperworks as a guide to the breakdown of spend. Check out their wedding freebies for more fabulous resources (and pretty printables!)
I also looked through Rock N Roll Bride’s wedding planning category to gather info about the budget as well as everything else.

This is a nice article by DIY Frugal Bride about creating a wedding planning binder. I used her list of sections and categories as a guide to those which I have, and plan to have, in my bujo.

What I use to bullet journal

  • Leuchtturm 1917 medium dot grid notebook in pink (bought from 1917.co.nz)
  • Pilot G-Tec-C 0.4 pen in black
  • UniPin Fine Line 0.5 pen in black
  • Staedtler Triplus Fineliner pens in assorted colours
  • Whitcoulls Fineliner pens in assorted colours
  • Faber-Castell coloured pencils
  • Zig Art & Graphic Twin markers by Kuretake
  • Ruler
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