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on June 11, 2000
I've browsed through many wedding planners at the bookstore and found that this was one to consider. Not only does it help you step by step through the necessary task in planning a wedding but it also shares real wedding experiences. The numerous worksheets are great. But despite all this- I am returning it. Many of the advice and Q&A can be found on their website. One of the main factors for me purchasing this book over the others was The Knot's reputation. It is handy to have everything easily accessibly in a printed book format. For me, however I wasn't quite happy with it. The fact that it wasn't spiralbound or hardbound really did serve as an inconvenience. But to others these factors may not be a problem.
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Not as elegant as Martha, but completely practical. Martha's planner has pockets, and this one does not. Great check-off lists that really get you on track with your wedding. Not to big or little to carry around with your easily in case you need to plan your wedding on the run. After looking at a lot of planners, this is the one I am chosing to use, but only since I am also using the Vows and Traditions book, and the Real Weddings
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on February 1, 2000
Great guide for the bride who doesn't even know where to start. The book helps you envision your wedding and then provides goals and checklists so you can try and achieve it. I wish the book was spiral bound, because as of now, I can't close mine. (too many paper clips and stapled business cards) Guess that's a good indication of how useful this book is.
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