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‘Planner’ is a bride’s best friend

January 29, 2011
By ALEC RADER Lifestyles Editor

Along with sharing the tips and advice of professionals who are a part of weddings nearly year round, The Inter-Mountain is providing yet another free service to help planning nuptials.

The Inter-Mountain's "Now & Forever Wedding Planner" is full of helpful, step-by-step suggestions for coordinating the perfect wedding. From cover to cover, the planner includes budget worksheets, question suggestions for a photographer, reception hall contacts, florists and others. The planner can help keep frazzled brides organized and organized brides from becoming frazzled. Inter-Mountain Print Services Director Joyce Becker collected all of the information into the simple, easy-to-use book. She calls the guide, "a must have in wedding planning."

"Every element of your wedding tells a little about who you are," Becker said. "We offer this guide as a gift. It is designed to walk you through each step of planning and preparation using a timetable with every detail spelled out."

Inside the planner are two very special and specific pages. After getting engaged, you might want the whole world to know and the engagement announcement form in the front cover is a simple fill-in-the-blank worksheet that you bring, with a picture, to have printed on the Society page. After the big day, a similar form at the end of the planner allows you to announce that you are now husband and wife.

Let The Inter-Mountain's "Now & Forever Wedding Planner" be an important part of your wedding, from beginning to end.



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