3 Keys to Staying Organized While Planning Your Wedding (3)

Photo Credit: Rachel Robertson Photography

If wedding planning has you feeling overwhelmed, have no fear! Today’s guest post, brought to us by Jamie Chang of Passport to Joy, will help you get organized. Enjoy:

One of the initial steps you’ll want to figure out before you start looking at venues is how you’re going to stay organized during the wedding planning process. It’s going to make life much easier and will save time, money, and your sanity along the way. Here are some of my best tips for how to get organized and stay organized while planning your wedding.

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Today’s wedding planner interview is with Lisa and Jessica, the dynamic team behind And Something Blue Events! Enjoy:

Tell us a bit about yourself and your company.

We are not your mother’s wedding planners! We are a boutique wedding planning company, specializing in unique couples that want their wedding to reflect their own personal style. We love a good party, and are excited to offer options for weddings of all shapes and sizes. Lisa and Jessica can team up to help you throw the wedding you’ve always dreamed of, or one of our talented Associate Planners can take over a few months out to help bring it all together. No matter the size or budget, we probably have the package for you!

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Idyllic Garden Wedding Inspiration (1)

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This delightful garden wedding inspiration shoot comes to us from event planner Rachael Silard of Ruby & Rose, based in San Francisco, California! Here’s Rachael to tell us more:

The fabulous selection of vintage furniture was sourced from the burgeoning collection of Stephanie Berg at Rustic Romance Vintage Rentals in Santa Rosa. Stephanie has a great eye for vintage pieces that are not only pretty to look at but are also super comfortable, which is always an important consideration. When designing the tablescape, I knew I wanted to highlight the blue glassware, which is vintage Fostoria (the pattern is called Baroque) from my private collection. I love it because it gets more or less blue depending on the angle you’re viewing it from and has clean, elegant lines. Many years back my grandmother and aunt, who are glassware aficionados, started collecting pieces for me as they came across it at auctions and antique shows, and now I have a great collection.

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