Wedding planning can be stressful and if you’re not going to hire a wedding planner, it’s important to get advice and help from other means. These 5 books can be helpful for wedding planning – from the first step to walking down the aisle.
The Wedding Planner & Organizer by Mindy Weiss
This huge book is actually a 3-ring binder that gives tips and advice and allows you to plan your wedding directly in the book. Absolutely every aspect of wedding planning is included in the book, from guests and invitations to the legal stuff, like marriage licenses and more.
A Practical Wedding: Creative Ideas for Planning a Beautiful, Affordable and Meaningful Celebration by Meg Keene
This book is perfect for the bride who is more focused on creating a beautiful ceremony and celebration than having the latest trends and fashions. It’s a wonderful guide for having an affordable wedding without having to cut the guest list or sacrifice the things you want.
Groomology: What Every (Smart) Groom Needs to Know Before the Wedding by Michael Essany
If you really want your groom to understand the importance of wedding planning and the ways in which he can help, buy him this book. It will tell him the things he can do which will be the most help to you, and give him essential etiquette tips to make sure he “gets” it.
51 Ways to Save Money & Still Have a Chic & Fabulous Wedding by Laura Pepper
This is another amazing book for brides on a budget. This book shows you why it’s not necessary to spend a small fortune in order to have the beautiful wedding you want. It includes practical tips for creating an elegant wedding without going into serious debt.
The DIY Bride: 40 Fun Projects for Your Ultimate One-of-a-Kind Wedding by Khris Cochran
This book is perfect for brides who are crafty or artistic, and includes fun projects that brides can do to make beautiful, unique weddings. This book includes DIY projects for everything from the menu to the invitations. It’s a must-have for crafty brides.
These helpful books can really aid you as you plan your wedding, and will serve as importance references all the way up to the date of your big day!