Printable DIY Wedding Planner Organiser fun

Planning a wedding can be hard and while there are plenty of wedding planner notebooks out there what we’ve never seen is a planner specifically designed for managing your DIY projects! It must be pretty dam hard to keep track of each of the projects, how many you need to make, what materials you need, whether you have enough materials, how long it’s going to take to get each project done and whether or not you need to delegate some tasks to the wedding party.

Wouldn’t it just be SO MUCH EASIER if you could store all of that information and keep track of it in one place? And wouldn’t it be even better if all of those pages were super fun, pretty and colourful?! We thought so! So we decided to design an awesome printable DIY wedding planner and organiser that you can download right here and print at home to fill out! This means you can print out as many or as little pages as you need, maybe you’ve got tons of ideas so you need plenty of idea pages or perhaps you’re a crazy to do list addict like me and want a new one each week?! Print to your hearts desire!

Printable DIY Wedding Planner Organiser

The download features 30 different pages! These include:

  • A To Do List (in two designs)
  • Weekly Schedule
  • Monthly calendar
  • Project information pages (where you can list the materials you need, where you sourced them from, how many DIYs you’re making, budget, etc all in one place)
  • A Delegated tasks page (who’s helping you make the DIYs and how many of each they’re making)
  • A DIY total projects list
  • Progress page (Where you can keep track of if the materials have arrived, your estimated time on the project, whether you’ve started, if it’s done)
  • A bunch of inspirational quote pages that you can scatter throughout the planner!
  • Ideas pages, where you can jot down all of those fun thoughts of yours!
  • A bonus sticker page!!

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Printable DIY Wedding Planner Organiser Productive Pages

The progress page has a great easy table to keep track of how you’re getting on with each of the DIY projects for your wedding, you can fill in whether you’ve researched the project enough to know what you need, whether you’ve ordered the materials and if they’ve arrived plus if you’re ready to start the DIY, whether it’s in progress or whether you’ve completed it! Woohoo! There’s also handy project info pages so you can list everything about a DIY in one place!



I can’t quite believe I’ve been home from the Dominican for 4 weeks!! Say whaaaaat, where did that time go?! I’ve gotta be honest, I’ve been suffering with a real case of holiday blues since I’ve been back and I’ve already got itchy feet planning a trip at the end of the year! For now…


The Power (& Health Benefits!) Of Gratitude…

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Photos by Matt Somerville Photography

New year’s resolutions are a great thing don’t you think? They’re a chance to set yourself a new goal, learn something new and to grow as a person. This year, I wanted to do something a little different when it came to my new years resolution. As some of you may know I’m a massive believer in the Law Of Attraction, now don’t go thinking I’m a crazy person right about now but I genuinely believe that if you keep a positive and happy mind then your life will be filled with positive and wonderful opportunities, moments and feelings! I really believe that you can have anything you want as long as you set your mind to it!

Any negative thoughts that pop into your head need to pushed right back out! Believe me, flip it over, think about something positive or you’ll just make yourself feel bad when you focus on those negative thoughts.

Now, if you want to start attracting positive things in to your life (and seriously, who doesn’t?!) then there is one key thing you need to do. Show gratitude. Because we all know we reap what we sow and we get back what we give out right? So the more we show gratitude for things, the more things we’ll have to be grateful for.

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That’s why, this year, my resolution is to keep a gratitude journal. Every night, before I go to sleep, I write down things that I really appreciated that day and was really thankful for! It could be as small as someone letting you share their umbrella in the rain or making you a warm cup of tea or it can be as huge as feeling grateful for having a roof over your head and being able to cook lovely meals with the food you bought because you’re grateful to have enough money to do so.