What you get in your set of eBooks...for ONE LOW PRICE:
Planning your Reception: The A-Z Guide for planning your fun and upbeat reception!
"What exactly should you look for in your reception location, aside from that sense of rightness you know you’ll have the moment you find the most perfect spot? Shopping for a site is like finding a mate, a test you’ve obviously mastered. You should be looking for the same sorts of things like: charm, personality, depth, more than just a pretty face or perfect body (although looks do count!). "
Planning your Honeymoon: The Wedding is only the beginning!
"The wedding is just the beginning. There’s plenty of excitement planning the honeymoon as well, from choosing a travel adventure to deciding on what to bring along on the journey. And for many, planning this great “escape” is just as important as planning the actual wedding. Regardless of where you decide to go, there are some things you should know to make it the kind of experience you want it to be."
Planning your Finances: Who Pays for Exactly WHAT!
"While there are no absolute or “official” rules on who pays for what, I hope to shed some light for the most commonly used guidelines. Traditionally, the majority of the wedding is paid for by the brides’ family. But because of today’s society with increasing costs of weddings, these obligations will usually depend on the circumstance and/or situation. It is best to discuss this when both families can be present so they can decide on the best possible solution for each family’s needs. Below I have compiled a list of whom (traditionally speaking) pays for what."
Planning your Wedding: A YEAR long planning guide!
"Your wedding should be coming up within the next 6 to 12 months. Do you know what to do and when exactly you need to do them? Here is a guided timeline that specifically gives you the approximate time tasks that should be completed within that time frame. Use the following list as a guide to help you get the right things done, in the appropriate order. Print this guide out and “check off” all the items that you have completed to make things less stressful and more fun for you."
Planning your Registery: A checklist for everything!