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13th Feb 2019

This Irish company’s product will make wedding planning SO much easier

Keeley Ryan

There are only a few months until my fiancé and I get married.

And it’s really starting to seem like every time we’ve managed to check off something from the ‘to do’ list, there’s another dozen or so that pop up.

Seriously, how do these ‘to do’ things keep multiplying?!

That’s why I was particularly intrigued when I found out about an Irish company’s item that promises  to make the planning process an absolute breeze.

Wexford stationery company, Wedding Creations, have created a Wedding Planning Box, which includes absolutely everything you would need when planning your big day.

The boxes are entirely customisable, with everything inside designed to reflect the time of year you are getting married – right down to the invitations.

Each one of the boxes will have a number of booklets to help with absolutely everything. This includes everything from budget to the cake; hair and makeup to honeymoon destinations.

There’s a wedding checklist which will go through everything you need to plan your wedding: from the moment you get engaged to the day you walk down the aisle.

Also included in the box are stationery samples from cards to ask your nearest and dearest to be in your wedding party, to the actual invites themselves.

In case you haven’t decided on the colour scheme for your wedding, they also provide a number of combinations of swatches to help you design your dream day.

Last, but by no means least, there’s a calendar and a pencil to make sure that you’re able to jot down every important date (because, let’s face it, there’s going to be a lot).


The wedding planning box costs €49.95 and is available from Wedding Creations’ website here.

Keeley and Sam are saying ‘I do,’ in May 2019. And with less than a year to go, this bride-to-be admits she’s still learning the ropes. In the run-up to her Big Day, Keeley will be writing a weekly blog about all things wedding-related… from the start of planning, to walking down the aisle.