Being a bride is very stressful. Regardless if you have a wedding coordinator or planner, there will be a lot of decision making involved. Budget is a significant factor in your decision-making process. I've heard horrendous stories from other brides, and they've wished they knew more before they have committed on some of their vendors. I am very thankful to have found Cavin Elizabeth's book. Not only it saved me time listing my priorities on the pre-wedding process, but it highlighted more intricate details that I never thought was important but is very crucial during the planning. The book will walk you through every aspect, from pre-wedding to post-wedding preparations.
The part I've enjoyed reading the most was the pre-wedding chapter. Every bride is different, but for me, I would like to focus more on my pre-wedding photos since it's something that I will keep forever and will eventually be part of our heirloom photos. Hearing other bride's opinions are great but we all have our own preferences for what we deem as good or bad. What can be considered as horrific experience for one can pass as an ok or even great experience for me, so it is more effective to learn or see through from a third party's point of view. Cavin Elizabeth is not just the author but also a wedding photographer by profession. Her expertise and experience in creating perfect moments is what inspired her to share her knowledge through her book.
I personally think that her book is not just meant for brides to be, even wedding planners and wedding photographers can learn so much from it.
You can get her book from Amazon. You can use the promo code SHEYBOOK for a discount.