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3 Reasons to Have a Wedding Email

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Whether you just started planning your wedding or you’ve been planning for over a year, I’m sure you know organization is the key to staying on budget, on track, and on time. One of the easiest and best ways to stay organized is by creating an email account strictly for wedding planning purposes.

Wedding Email | As seen on TodaysBride.com

avoid inbox influx

If you’re like us, you can’t stand the little bubble attached to your email app that tells you how many emails are unopened. If you give your personal email to every vendor you meet, you’ll never get rid of those notifications! You’ll have to scroll through store coupons, emails from your boss, and spam promotions just to find your DJ’s response about your do-not-play list. Having a separate email account just for your wedding – for contacting vendors or receiving helpful Today’s Bride information – will make sure your inbox isn’t overflowing. It’s free to set up an account with Google and access a Gmail account.

keep all your info in one place

How many times have you gone to a store, ready to check out and can’t find the email they sent you with a 50% off coupon? It can be frustrating sorting through sent emails, trashed conversations, and archived messages to find one thing. By creating a wedding email, you’ll be able to keep all of your wedding-related information in one place. Requests for more information, appointment confirmations, and contract drafts are all easily accessible and easy to find!

Want even more organization? Create folders for separate categories! One for contracts, one for contact information, one for planning tips, etc!

Wedding Email | As seen on TodaysBride.com

easy unsubscribe

If the last two points haven’t convinced you enough to make a wedding email, this one definitely will. Getting ambushed by emails that don’t pertain to you is annoying. Who has time to unsubscribe to every company they gave their email to? By having one email where everything is sent, you can easily deactivate it after your wedding. Plus, PWSD (post wedding stress disorder) is real. You don’t want to be reminded that the planning of your magical day is over every time you log into your email. Creating a separate account will prevent this pain.


This is just one simple suggestion that will make a huge difference when it comes to organizing throughout your planning process. Trust us, once the emails start flooding your inbox, you’ll thank us.

Already have your wedding email set up? Find out what you should do next! First step: how to create the perfect wedding planning binder!

 

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