How to plan your wedding without a planner

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Turn your Pinterest board into a full-blown wedding plan without all the research, missteps, or budget blowouts.

Get what you want
  • Stay on track and avoid big surprises with a checklist and logistics overview.
  • Make a plan that the entire wedding party understands.
  • Keep your team focused on executing your vision.
Save time
  • Get more done by spending less time on research and surprises.
  • Learn the tricks to delegating to friends and family.
  • Use time-management and project planning to stay on track.
Save money
  • Get vendor discounts by using industry lingo and know-how.
  • Squash scope creep by setting and negotiating limits.
  • Learn how to make hard conversations about money into easy ones.
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Taught by Ivy Summer

Ivy is a certified 10 year veteren of the wedding industry. She's worked in San Francisco, Italy, and Greece and now also specializes in Ireland. She's recognized by Brides.com, Wedding Lovely, Trish Lee, and Seattle Bride magazines.

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If you want the power of a fully-certified wedding planner behind you, you'll want to take the Plan Your Wedding Like a Pro course. In the course, you'll have:

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Whip up a long-term success strategy that slays overwhelm and confusion.
2
Unlock industry secrets that give you the upper hand with vendor contracts.
3
Slash costs with an on-demand financial coach and tailored budget tool.
4
Tame your family and wedding party dynamics to ensure rock solid cooperation when you need it most.
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Uncover and blast through all the bureaucracy you never knew is in your way.
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Delegate day-of tasks confidently and consistently so that everything auto-magically falls into place.