It’s official — you’re engaged to be married and it’s time to start planning the wedding. You probably have many ideas, from save the dates and wedding invites to bridal attire and reception décor. One thing is for sure, there is a lot of planning ahead and a lot of decisions to make. We’re here to help in case you’re wondering just how to start planning your wedding.
You can make your own personalized wedding planner binder in six easy steps. We’ve created beautifully designed printables with worksheets to help keep you organized. Keep track of your wedding to-do list with our wedding checklist printable — everything you need for a DIY wedding!
How To Make Your Own Wedding Planner Binder
For our DIY wedding planner, we used an 8.5×11 three-ring binder — the printables work best in this size. Now is also the perfect time to collect bridal magazines and cut out any inspiration you find in them.
To get started, you’ll need:
- Three-ring binder
- SFLY printables
- Tab stickers
- Sticker letters
- Sticky notes
- Clear pocket sheets
- Three-hole puncher
Step 1: Pick out a binder that matches your wedding colors. If you haven’t decided on colors, you can always go with a neutral such as tan or white.
Step 2: Add fun details to your binder cover such as you and your sweetheart’s initials and the wedding date. We recommend using sticker letters because they are easy to use, affordable and stylish. You can find them at any craft store in a variety of sizes and fonts.
Step 3: Download your wedding binder printables and hole punch them. At this point, arrange them how you would like to have them in your wedding planner book.
Step 4: Insert your cover pages and add sticker tab dividers. Make sure you write the proper category on the tab. This helps keep everything in place and you can refer to them when needed.
Step 5: Include a pocket sleeve. This will help save any wedding or bridesmaid dress fabric you love, save the dates, wedding napkin ideas, ribbons and even some artificial flowers that may represent your bridal color scheme.
Step 6: Print additional pages needed and add them along the way. We’ve included blank cover sheets and a section for additional notes in our printable wedding planner. Your binder is all ready to be filled in — happy planning!
The great thing about personalizing your binder is that you can add as many sections and pages as you like, depending on what kind of wedding you’re putting together. Add a page to work out the wedding hashtag you would like everyone to use in their social media posts of your big day, or add a blank page to sketch out the perfect themed photo backdrop!
Planning your wedding should be fun and staying on track will be easy with these DIY wedding planner printables with three different designs to choose from, check them out below!