Wedding Planning for Busy Professionals
Wedding planning can be a full-time job. If you’re a busy professional, the moment you said “Yes!”, your work week doubled.
In this article, Meredith Lepore, writing for The Grindstone, cites examples of how others have handled planning their wedding and career at the same time without losing their sanity.
It’s a short, but quite interesting read I think you’ll enjoy.
When it comes to wedding planning, there are all different types of brides. Some are armed with large folders full of ideas.
Some have nothing written down on paper and are seemingly clueless. Others are very meticulous and well organized.
The one thing most brides do have in common is that they have difficulty visualizing how all of the elements of their wedding fit together in a cohesive way.
Business professionals use storyboards as a way to visually organize a project from start to completion.
When planning a wedding, every bride-to-be can also put them to good use.
Without a doubt, the online evolution of physical storyboards is Pinterest. It has quickly become the fastest growing social media site around, as well as an online destination for everything about weddings.
Even if you are not using it now, as a busy professional, you will quickly understand why it’s a valuable time-saving tool to have in your wedding planning arsenal.
More and more brides I am working with share their ideas with me via Pinterest. This article and slideshow offers some good tips on how to effectively organize and use Pinterest in your wedding planning.
When it comes to planning your wedding, you will probably use one of these methods to gather and organize your thoughts and ideas. If you have any other tips or would just like to share your thoughts, I’d love to hear from you.
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