Did you know it takes around 250 hours to plan a wedding? Seems crazy right! I mean that is quite a lot. It's enough hours to be classed as a job- funny that ;)
Well what about when you already have a job? Fitting your planning in around it can feel overwhelming. You may not know where to start or how to go about finding the extra time!
You basically have 2 options:
1. Look into taking on a wedding planner to lighten the load. Whether they help with the full planning of your wedding day, a partial plan, or simply come in at the end to pull the schedule together and run the day for you. You should pick someone who's style reflects your own and who you feel a good connection with. If you don't get the buzz, then it's likely they are not the planner for you. They need to understand your brief and be able to elaborate on it. You have to trust this person with helping plan the biggest day of your life, so they have to be the right fit for you. So make sure you do your research!
2. Not after a wedding planner? Want to plan the day for yourself? No fear, option 2 is simple. Download my free 9 page workbook to show you how to plan effectively. Learning how to fit your planning in around your already busy lifestyle. Planning your own wedding can be an extremely exciting time, so don't let the stress bog you down. Use my planner to help you suss out when to fit in those jobs on your to do list. That alongside my checklist (have you picked that up yet?) and you are set to soar!
Let me know how you get on. If you chose the planner has it helped you be more productive and plan effectively? I'd love to know!
Leave me a comment below to let me know what you think and feel free to forward this on to anyone you think it may benefit.