1) A prioritized list of to-dos to tackle ...in the order you should tackle them. The average engagement is about a year. BUT no matter how long this happy little season is for you, anything can be broken up into quarters - from pie to a timeframe. Amen!!

Quarter One: 9-12 months before the big day
Quarter Two: 6-9 months before the big day
...you get this picture, yeah?

Breaking up your engagement length into quarters allows you to segment your tasks by priority ...with a nice at a glance look at what’s ahead.

2) Those quarters take up about half of the ONE page. The other portion gives you a spot to dedicate some “vision words” to your big day. Say what? Yes. Vision words...

Mine? I think mine would be organic, intimate, and romantic. 

3) With a cozy spot for notes, deposits due, and your upcoming events (hello, engagement party), you can PEEERTY much plan your wedding from a single sheet. Yep! 

BONUS: Plus a complete inside scoop on all kinds of related wedding tools that I'll send your way as you continue to plan! ...and me at your fingertips helping along the way.




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I'm Hope Johnson. The inky hands and freckled face behind the studio doors of TLBC. I'll say it and I'll repeat it throughout my entire existence ...I believe in paper, words, and romance.

And something beautiful happens when you combine them all together. Be it a Jane Austen novel, a handwritten note, or as you've presumably guessed it - wedding paper.

Aside from making pretty paper for my brides, I THOROUGHLY enjoy the process of planning. So buckle up, buttercup. We're going to be great friends.

...and since you're probably in planning mode...