Alright folks – here it is, the mother of all day-of-event master planner templates! I created this detailed itinerary for my wedding in May 2010 and {although people thought I was a little nuts awesome} it made the day go very smoothly – and I was able to be totally hands-off so that I could focus on enjoying all the little details of my wedding day! This template is a Word document, and is geared towards the details of a wedding, but… Read more »

Location – the perfect setting, the great view of the mountains, the sea-breeze and epic sunset, the farm in the background…whatever setting you are envisioning to make your event perfect, there are going to be a few key things to consider before you book your dream location. Since at this point, you should have already narrowed down your total number of guests, you should have a rough total estimate of the amount of people that you want to invite. This… Read more »

When you are at the beginning phases of planning an event, the first thing to figure out is the guest count. Whether the event is big or small will play a huge factor in how easy this major step can be. If you are planning a small birthday party or a bachelorette party, for example, this step will be easier than planning a wedding guest list. But whatever the size of the event, this step is the most important because… Read more »

When you have a big, or even small, event looming in front of you, it all looks extremely overwhelming when you are staring at the big picture. The best way to tackle this event so that it is a success, is to break it out in to these {5} categories and complete the planning for each category before moving onto the next one. Break the event out into these five categories: Each category is numbered in the order of priority. Try not… Read more »