Short Engagements and Wedding Planning

Bride getting ready for weddingOut of 319 entries, the randomly-drawn winner of last week’s giveaway is Julie Brown. Congratulations, Julie!

In her comment, Julie said “I heard about the book through the recent doorpost email. My daughter is in the process of getting engaged and we feel it will be a very short engagement. I am interested in this book.”

Julie, we’re sure this book will be a helpful too for you! A ten-page section of All Things Are Ready is devoted to helping you plan a wedding in 3 months (or less, if you want to), and the entire book is organized so that you can choose your priorities and plan the wedding according to your schedule (you also get a sample “3 month wedding planning checklist”).

3 month wedding planning checklist from "All Things Are Ready"Modupe in the UK mentioned short engagement wedding planning in her recent review of All Things Are Ready on Hephzibah Bride:

“…With the comprehensiveness comes flexibility, in that the planner doesn’t have a specific timeline that you have to stick to (those can be so stressful and can make you feel like you’re failing with your wedding planning schedule). Rather, you can focus on the sections as they are relevant to you, and probably more practical for weddings these days, Amy even details how it is possible plan a wedding within 12 weeks (I seriously didn’t think that could be possible, but now I am convinced otherwise!)”

Hephzibah Bride is also hosting a giveaway of All Things Are Ready! She wants to know what you think of planning a wedding in three months. To enter, visit the review/giveaway post on Hephzibah Bride and comment before the giveaway ends on Sunday, April 1.

 Top photo by JennLynn Images.

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