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5 Books to help you plan your wedding

Text: Liezel Esquire; Photography: Courtesy images

You’ve got the ring so let the planning begin! Sure, planning a wedding is exciting – but as brides will tell you, it’s also a lot of hard work. So we suggest you arm yourself with an array of tools to help keep your sanity intact. Using checklists and apps is a great start, but sometimes there’s nothing better than a good book to guide you through the process step-by-step.

5 Books to help you plan your wedding1 Loverly Wedding Planner by Kelli Khalil and The Loverly Editors

A great resource for everything wedding-related as the Loverly website editors have broken down the process into three major parts (the big picture, logistics and the big day). This book is full of unexpected real-life advice paired with inspiring real wedding images.

5 Books to help you plan your weddingA Practical Wedding Planner by Meg Keene

A step-by-step guide to creating the wedding you want with the budget you’ve got. It provides useful tips and advice but also has many interactive lists and graphs throughout, which will allow you to focus on what you really want on your big day.

5 Books to help you plan your weddingThe Bride’s Essential Wedding Planner by Amy Nebens

With its DIY and money-saving approach, this book helps in more ways than one! It also acts as a customisable workbook with fun compartments to house vendors’ business cards and make notes.

5 Books to help you plan your weddingNever Throw Rice at a Pisces by Stacey Wolf

An astrology lover’s guide to wedding planning, this book helps you plan your big day geared to your specific sign. Astrologer Stacey Wolf offers insights about the best time of year, vows and honeymoon planning for a different yet interesting approach to your wedding.

5 Books to help you plan your weddingMartha Stewart Weddings: Ideas and Inspirations by Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart’s eponymous wedding brand has been around since 1995, which makes her the bonafide OG of weddings. Her latest book offers the same tasteful aesthetic and practical advice that you’ll find in the pages of her magazine, along with 300 photographs,and  loads of creative ideas and tips for everything from choosing your colour palette to orchestrating the perfect honeymoon send-off.

For even more wedding inspiration – from beautiful dresses to real-life moments – check out our Wedding section

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