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Wedding prep just got a whole lot easier with these planners: From Etsy to Selfridges

Stay organised ahead of your big day

After the high of your engagement, you and your other half may have been thrown straight into the realities of wedding planning.

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The process can easily take months or years, especially when you squeeze it around a job, a social life and any other holidays or plans you've made in your free time. So it's time to get organised! Enter the wedding planner.

We're not talking about the real-life professional who sorts your entire day from start to finish (although that would be a lovely and stress-free experience), but a handy book that helps you set out everything from your guest list to your venue. Plus, of course, the timeline you need to stick to as you countdown to your big day. 

Keep scrolling to see our top picks…

Best wedding planners

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Custom wedding planner, £47.11, Etsy

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With a daily, weekly and monthly to-do list and five-star reviews, you're sure to remain on track with this custom wedding planner. And you can even choose the colours and writing to match your colour scheme!

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Wedding planner, £16.99, Party Pieces

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Keep track of your venue, food, flowers and more with this cute polka dot planner from Kate Middleton's family's business, Party Pieces.

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Write To Me wedding planner journal, £25, Selfridges

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Get your wedding under control with this Write To Me wedding planner journal with a chic 100 per cent linen cover, foil-embossed text and helpful prompts throughout.

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Floral wedding planning book, £16.99, Amazon

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Designed by former wedding planners, this book is filled with pointers, money-saving advice, an 18-month countdown calendar and a 12-month checklist.

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Personalised wedding planner, £39.95, Not on the High Street

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You can't go wrong with this embossed linen book, broken down into sections including venue, suppliers, wardrobe, guests and invites.

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Blush wedding planner, was £45 now £40, Kate Spade

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How pretty (and practical) is this blush planner? Snap it up quickly to get it on sale.

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Hardcover wedding planner, £42.09, Etsy

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Filled with a monthly planner for 12 months, a weekly planner for six months and a budget planner to keep track of expenses, what more could you want?

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The Complete Wedding Planner, £19.38, Amazon

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Tabs, folders, checklists and calendars – it's not called 'The Complete Wedding Planner' for nothing.

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Eucalyptus wedding planner, £29.55, Zazzle

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Add a touch of fun to your plans with cute sticker reminders such as 'Due Today' and 'Don't Forget' in this eucalyptus wedding planner.

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Busy B Wedding Planner, £21, WHSmiths

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This handy planner book even comes with its own fold-out calendar and space for clippings.

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